Renee Beck, City Clerk
Phone: (925) 973-2538
The City Clerk prepares City Council, Oversight Board, Successor Agency, Geologic Hazard Abatement District, Public Financing Authority, Housing Authority and special meeting agenda and packets of supporting information. The City Clerk maintains all official City records, contracts and agreements. The City Clerk also conducts City Council elections and administers the City's Conflict of Interest Program.
The City Council agenda packet is available for viewing on the City's website the Friday before the meeting. For questions, please contact the City Clerk at (925) 973-2539.
Marriage licenses are available through the
Contra Costa County Marriage Records/Licenses office.
For more information, call 925-335-7900 or click here.
San Ramon Mayor Bill Clarkson,
Councilmember Dave Hudson, Executive Assistant Karen Smith, and
City Clerk Renee Beck can perform
Please contact (925) 973-2530
for additional information or to schedule a marriage.
The San Ramon City Clerk’s Department hosts “San Ramon Government 101” - a class designed to enhance resident's understanding of City Government. One goal is to encourage participation in the City’s Committees, Commissions, and volunteer opportunities. Previous class evaluations elicited these participant responses: “This was wonderful! Greater appreciation for all that it takes to run, and manage, maintain our great City.” and “Great program! I am proud to be a San Ramon resident.”
The next session will begin in Spring 2017. You must be a resident of San Ramon, a minimum of 18 years of age, and able to attend all sessions. Space is limited to 25 participants. Please register for San Ramon Government 101 through the Winter Parks and Recreation Guide which will be available in December 2016. Contact City Clerk Renee Beck at (925) 973-2538 if you have any questions.
San Ramon Municipal Code
The San Ramon, California Municipal Code is kept current by regular supplementation by Municipal Code Corporation and is available on the Municode web site.
FPPC Compliance Information
The Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) was created by the Political Reform Act of 1974 (Act), a ballot initiative passed by
California voters in 1974 as Proposition 9. For further information please go to: http://www.fppc.ca.gov/
CITY OF SAN RAMON POLICIES
Prevailing Wages for State and Local Contracts
Please click on the link below for
California Industrial Relations Prevailing Wage Data:
For further information or questions, please contact:
State of California
Employment Development Department
800 Capitol Mall, MIC 83
Sacramento, CA 95814