Description:We keep legislation records at the City Clerk’s office. Council Meetings take place every Wednesday at noon. You can see agendas on Monday after 12 p.m, either online or through our office. You can also get meeting minutes online or at our office after 4 p.m. on Friday.
Description: A company that is going out of business needs to file an application for Closing Out Sales three days before the start of the event. The application needs to include an inventory of all of the company’s goods and a $1000 bond.
Elected Officials and Special Municipal Employees are statutorily required to file their disclosures directly with the City Clerk. The link below will support this process through the Ethics Disclosure electronic filing system:
Description: You can file a claim if you were injured or your vehicle was damaged by a road or sidewalk defect on a City street, or you were in an accident with a City-owned vehicle. Learn how to file a claim.
Description: If you practice medicine in Boston, you need to register with the City Clerk. This includes, physicians, optometrists, podiatrists, electrologists, and osteopaths. Learn how to file a medical registration.
Related fee: There is a one-time registration fee of $100.
Description: Utility companies need to let the City Clerk know about potential locations for poles. The City Clerk will tell businesses and homes in the area about the plans, and then the City holds a public hearing on the proposal.
Description: The trustees of an association or trust need to file a Declaration of Trust with the City Clerk. If the trustees make changes or amendments to the trust, they need to file those changes with us.
Related fee: $100 for a new Declaration of Trust; $100 for any change to a Declaration of Trust