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The Public Records Act is codified in Government Code Section 6250 et.seq. The entire Government Code is available online. To submit a request to access any of the City's public records, please email the City Clerk.
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The City Council meets on the first, second, and fourth Tuesday of each month, unless a special meeting is called by City Council. View the meeting calendar online.
Agendas are posted by the end of the day on the Wednesday before each City Council meeting. View the Council agendas and minutes.
City Council meeting minutes are available on our Council agendas and minutes page.
The public can attend City Council meetings or view them on Concord Cable TV channel 28 (Comast), 29 (Astound), or AT&T U-verse (99). Meetings are also streamed live from the City of Concord website. View live or archived City Council meetings
All of the City Boards and Commissions are listed on our website on the Boards and Commissions page along with information about how to apply. Community residents interested in serving on a board or commission may obtain an application online during the recruitment period. Board members and commissioners are selected by the full City Council through a competitive process.
View current vacancies and more information about how to apply.
Birth, death, and marriage certificates and marriage licenses are issued by Contra Costa County. Please contact the Contra Costa County Clerk Recorder's office by calling 925-335-7900 or see their website for more information about obtaining a certificate.
Please contact the City Attorney's Office at 925-671-3393.
All conflict of interest statements (form 700) for elected officials are available on the Fair Political Practices Commission website.
The Public Records Act defines "public records" as "any writing containing information relating to the conduct of the public's business prepared, owned, used, or retained by any state or local agency regardless of physical form or characteristics."
The Municipal Code is a published compilation of City laws and their revisions organized according to subject matter (arranged by title, chapter, and section). The Municipal Code is updated periodically as new ordinances are adopted by the City Council.
The Ralph M. Brown Act is codified in Government Code Section 54950 et seq. The entire Government Code is available online.
The Political Reform Act is codified in the Government Code Section.
You can register to vote on the State of California's website.