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City Clerk

 The City Clerk's Office is the "keeper of all information" for the City of Plymouth. The City Clerk's Office is usually the first place people go to with questions. They have a responsibility to:
  • Maintain all official city records, including deeds, contracts, and other legal documents
  • Keep a record of all ordinances, resolutions, and actions by the City Commission
  • Provide public notice of all meetings at three separate locations, which include the Plymouth District Library, Plymouth City Hall, and the Plymouth Community Cultural Center
  • Provide passports as the Passport Services Manager - New Fees Effective 7/13/10 
  • Accepts and processes applications for persons interested in serving on any board or commission in the City of Plymouth
  • Provide licenses and permits as necessary for such activities as solicitors, mechanical amusement devices, peddlers, and taxi cab organizations
  • Provides Notary Public services
  • Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) coordinator for the City of Plymouth
  • Conducts all elections for the City of Plymouth
    • Precinct Locations - The City of Plymouth currently has four precincts. All precincts vote at the Plymouth Community Cultural Center located at:
      525 Farmer
      Plymouth, MI 48170
    • Secretary of State Voter Information Lookup - This website will allow you to see if you are registered as well as where you will vote for the upcoming election
    • Registers and maintains all voting records for the City of Plymouth residents using the State of Michigan Qualified Voter File (QVF) system

2017 Election Dates 
  • November 7, 2017 - General Election

Apply for Passports - Walk in between 8:00 am and 3:30 pm 

Maureen Brodie
City Clerk

201 S. Main
Plymouth, MI 48170

Ph: (734) 453-1234 ext. 234
Fx: (734) 459-5716