Meet your Clerk
Lisa is in her first term as Jeffersonville’s City Clerk. She formally served 2 terms on City Council representing District 5 with serving three years as Council President. She has served on numerous boards during her eight years on City Council including Drainage, Planning and Zoning, Solid Waste, Carnegie Library, Board of Public Works, Clark County 9-1-1, and One Southern Indiana Economic Development Council. Lisa is a member with Indiana League of Municipal Clerks and Treasurers (ILMCT).
(Jeffersonville became a Class 2 City in January 2012)
City Clerk Office Staff
Address: Suite 156, City Hall, 500 Quartermaster Court
Ordinance Violation Bureau Phone: (812) 285-6437
Regular Office Hours are:
Monday – Friday: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Traffic/Ordinance Violations Hours are:
Monday – Friday: 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
PUBLIC RECORDS ARE THE CLERK’S TOP PRIORITY Besides the Statutory Duties as City Clerk prescribed in IC 36-4-10 (below), as your City Clerk I also do the following responsibilities not my staff:
- Prepare the Agenda and Packets for the Common Council
- Check all Ordinances and Resolutions
- Responsible for City’s Traffic/Ordinance Violation Bureau
- Attend Board of Public Works and prepares minutes for approval
- Submit claims in the Common Council Budget.
- Submit claims for the Police and Fire Merit Commissions
- Research ordinances, resolutions, minutes in historical books
- Accept closed BIDS for Departments throughout the City for Purchasing of Equipment, Buildings and Sites, Paving etc.
- Plan and direct the maintenance, filing, safekeeping and computerization of all municipal documents
- Record/Video Council meetings.
- Administer Oaths
City Clerk or City Clerk-Treasurer; Election; Fiscal Officer; Term of Office; Immunity
IC 36-4-10-4 Clerk; duties
Sec. 4. The clerk shall do the following:
- Serve as clerk of the city legislative body under IC 36-4-6-9 and maintain custody of its records.
- Maintain all records required by law.
- Keep the city seal.
- As soon as a successor is elected and qualified, deliver to the successor all the records and property of the clerk’s office.
- Perform other duties prescribed by law.
- Administer oaths when necessary in the discharge of the clerk’s duties, without charging a fee.
- Take depositions, without charging a fee.
- Take acknowledgement of instruments that are required by statute to be acknowledged, without charging a fee.
- Serve as clerk of the city court under IC 33-35-3-2, if the judge of the court does not serve as clerk of the court or appoint a clerk of the court under IC 33-35-3-1.
As added by Acts 1980, P.L.212, SEC.3. Amended by P.L.36-1986, SEC.3; P.L.189-1988, SEC.1; P.L.33-1998, SEC.9; P.L.98-2004, SEC.160
You are able to watch previous City Council Meetings on the city’s Vimeo account.