The City Clerk Provides administrative, legislative, and secretarial support to the Mayor and Board of Aldermen, and City Administrator; interacts with the public, department heads, staff, and officials from other cities, maintains continuous communication between City officials and the public, and is also responsible for fulfilling all statutory duties of the Clerk and serves as the custodian of records.
As the custodian of records, the City Clerk maintains meeting minutes, ordinances, resolutions and other vital documents. To obtain copies of open records, requests should be submitting in writing. Contact the Office of the City Clerk for additional information.
Voter registration in the City of Dellwood is administered by the St. Louis County Board of Elections. To register to vote in St. Louis County a person must:
- Be a U.S. citizen;
- Be 17 1/2 years old (18 years old by election day)
- A resident of St. Louis County
The City Clerk is responsible for all Liquor License applications. Those wishing to apply for a liquor license must meet all applicable building and zoning regulations before submitting the liquor license application. Liquor licenses are approved by the Board of Aldermen at their regularly scheduled meetings.