Clerk’s Office Launches Online Access to Legislative Documents

Published on March 07, 2024

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The City of Miami’s Office of the City Clerk is excited to announce the digitization and release of over 45 years of legislative records. Thanks to the dedication of the City Clerk’s Staff and partnership with the City’s Department of Innovation and Technology, the repository which includes City Commission Agendas, Minutes, Resolutions and Ordinances from 1978 to the present and Community Redevelopment Agencies (Southeast Overtown/Park West CRA, Midtown CRA, OMNI CRA and West Grove CRA) Agendas, Minutes, Resolutions and Ordinances from 1995 to the present are now accessible online. The City Clerk’s Office turned to technology to reduce costs, increase transparency and 24/7 access to frequently requested documents, and modernize the delivery of services to citizens.  

Documents previously accessible on microfilm and paper and took hours to locate are now preserved in a searchable database, resulting in more efficient processing of public records requests while creating a more user-friendly experience for residents and employees. Digitization of these important documents reduces the risks of records being damaged from natural disasters and degraded due to frequent handling. 

The City Clerk’s Office remains committed to executing its departmental goal of providing internal and external customers with timely access to its documents while improving operational efficiencies within the office.  Commission documents prior to 1978 will be added to the repository as they complete the quality assurance process. The ultimate goal is to provide access to all Commission documents from 1896, when the City of Miami was incorporated, to the present accessible at the touch of a button. 

To access the City Clerk’s Office repository, visit