The Clerk is responsible for the maintenance of official City records, Secretary to City Council and City Boards and Commissions, Notary Public services, registration of voters, Chief of Elections, Peddler Permits, Passport Acceptance Agent, and FOIA Coordinator.
The City Clerk’s Office is committed to maintaining the integrity of city government in the City of Milan and ensuring an informed citizenry by providing access to City government through open and accessible meetings and accurate recording of the City Council proceedings; by protecting and preserving City documents and records; to conduct fair and democratic elections; and by providing excellent service to the public.
Presidential Primary Ballots are available!!
Voters can cast their vote and absentee vote in person on Election Day at the polling location OR 9 days leading up to Election Day at the early voting site inside Milan City Hall starting on February 17.
See "Election Information" tab for details or contact the city clerk.
|City Clerk: Lavonna Wenzel
|Election Specialist: Susan Trudeau