City Secretary

An Officer of the City

The City Secretary is an officer of the city, appointed by the City Council. The position of the City Secretary is a statutory position required by state law.In addition to statutory duties, the city secretary serves as the director of the Office of the City Secretary, which oversees election administration, records management, public information, and the appointment process of boards and commissions. The Office of the City Secretary also provides an administrative aide for the City Council.

Records

The Office of the City Secretary is the administrative agency responsible for the care and maintenance of all of the City of Lucas records. This office houses all legal transactions, minutes, agendas, deeds, ordinances, resolutions, contracts, franchises and a vast array of other historical and regulatory information. The city secretary is designated as the city’s records management officer by both state and city ordinance.

The City Secretary is responsible for developing and administering a records retention and destruction policy as required by state statute.

FAQs

You can find past and future City Council meeting agendas and minutes on the Agendas and Minutes page.

The City of Lucas holds General and Special elections as required by the City Charter. For more information on upcoming elections please visit the Elections page.

The City is required to provide information under the Texas Public Information Act.  To request information simply complete the Open Records Request Form and submit it to the City.

The City Secretary can answer any questions related to participating in a City Council meeting.

For more information and contact information please visit the City Secretary page.

The Home Rule Charter was adopted by special election held on May 10, 2008.

For more information please view the Home Rule Charter page.

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