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The Clerk processes the legislative actions of the City Council and codifies the City’s Municipal Code, thereby maintaining the City’s legislative history and archives. View resolutions and ordinances here.
Public meetings are streamed live and can be viewed on our website here. Many meetings are also posted to the City’s YouTube account and can be found here. Subscribe to either page to be notified when new Agendas or videos have been posted and become available.
Please see the approved City Council Meeting Calendar for meeting dates and times.
You may download and complete the Claim form or pick up a copy from City Hall. Claim forms should be signed and either mailed to the address notated on the claim form, or dropped off in person at City Hall.
All vital records (birth, death, and marriage certificates) are maintained by the County of Ventura. Please call the County Clerk/Recorder’s Office at (805) 654-2290 or visit their website.
City Council elections are held in November of even-numbered years, and the nomination period for candidates typically begins in mid-July. Those eligible to run for City Council must be at least 18 years old, registered voters living in Port Hueneme, and not convicted of certain crimes. More information is available here:
County of Ventura Voter Registration Information
There are many opportunities for Port Hueneme residents to volunteer, participate, or help make their city an even better place to live for all: