City Clerk

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City of Hesperia Redistricting 2022

The City of Hesperia is currently in the process of redistricting based on the new Census information. For the City of Hesperia, the redistricting process must be completed by April 17, 2022. For more information on redistricting, please visit this link or click on the Redistricting 2022 tab on the left hand side.

City of Hesperia Redistricting Process

September 14th Special Election

Early Voting in Full Swing!

Early voting has begun for the September 14, 2021 California Recall Election. Casting your ballot by mail or at one of the ballot drop-box location is the best way to avoid lines and crowds at polling places. Please visit one of the mail ballot drop-off locations (www.sbcountyelections.com/Voting/MailBallotDropOff.aspx) for more information about the early vote sites. 

Most mail ballot drop-off locations are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, starting August 17th. To find a location closest to them and its operating hours, voters may use the Mail Ballot Drop-Off locations tool on the Registrar of Voters website. Ballots must be delivered no later than 8 p.m. on Tuesday, September 14, 2021.

The three ballot drop-off locations in Hesperia are:

  1. Jerry Lewis High Desert Government Center - 15900 Smoke Tree St., Hesperia, 92345
  2. Percy Bakker Community Center - 9333 E Ave, Hesperia, 92345
  3. Behavioral Health Center - 11951 Hesperia Rd, Hesperia, 92345

Voter Education Toolkit available

The voter education communications toolkit is now available. To help voters better understand how the State of California and San Bernardino County are preparing for the September 14, 2021 California Gubernatorial Recall Election, this Communications Tool Kit provides a variety of tools to enable organizations to make sure local voters are well informed about how, when and where to cast a ballot. From social media posts, infographics, videos and more, this tool kit covers all of the need-to-know info. 

Toolkit Link https://bit.ly/3gcXHHX

Voter Education Presentations

The San Bernardino County Registrar of Voters is hosting a series of virtual voter education presentations in August to make sure voters are well informed about how, when, and where to cast a ballot. 

The 45-to-60 minute, bilingual (English/Spanish) presentations are scheduled on the Zoom platform and streamed via Facebook Live (www.facebook.com/SBCountyElections). You can register using Eventbrite at (www.sbcountyelections.eventbrite.com).

Presentations include:

  • Brief overview of the recall and voting instructions
  • How voting works: Four easy options for voting
  • Voting in-person
  • How the ROV is ensuring election security
  • How community leaders can get involved and spread the word
  • Key resources to tap
  • Questions and Answers

To learn more, visit ROV online at www.SBCountyElections.com or call 909-387-8300.

Responsibilities

As the official record keeper for the City, the City Clerk's Office serves as the City's informational center and serves the City Council, the various City departments and the citizens of this community pursuant to Federal, State and local statutes.

Additionally, the City Clerk's Office provides administrative, legislative and secretarial support to the:

Accordingly the office prepares City Council agendas and publishes legal notices as required by California law; records all minutes, adopted legislation, policy documents and contracts approved by the City Council, subsidiary districts and agency Boards. 

The City Clerk’s office manages all City elections and Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) administrative filings; administers oaths of office to all City elected officials and Council- appointed commission/committee members; maintains original City deeds and easements; processes public record requests; coordinates various administrative policy matters; maintains the City’s legal library; and accepts and records claims, lawsuits and summons filed upon the City.

The City Clerk’s office also administers the City Council adopted records management program which deals with the active and inactive storage, retention, and destruction of city records in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. To protect and preserve the city’s permanent and historical documents as well as add to the ease of retrieval the Clerk’s office utilizes an optical imaging and electronic storage program.

The Office also processes record requests, receives claims, and prepares proclamations, City Council agendas and publishes legal notices as required by California law, records all minutes, adopted legislation, policy documents and contracts approved by the City Council, subsidiary districts and agency Boards.