Cathy Smith, City Clerk
Phone: (906) 485-1091, Ext. 203
Jodi Champion, Deputy Clerk
Phone: (906) 485-1091 ext. 207
Fax: (906) 485-6246
100 E. Division Street
Ishpeming, MI 49849
City Hall is open Monday – Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
CITY CLERK- GENERAL FUNCTIONS & DUTIES:
- The City Manager shall appoint a City Clerk for an indefinite term, subject to approval by the Council.
- The Clerk shall be Clerk of the Council, shall attend all meetings of the Council, and shall keep a permanent record of its proceedings.
- Administers City elections and maintains voter registrations in QVF
- Chair of the City Election Commission
- Maintains a record of all ordinances, resolutions, and actions of the Council.
- Custodian of all papers, documents and records pertaining to the City of Ishpeming, custody of which is not otherwise provided for.
- Certify, by signature all ordinances and resolutions enacted by the Council.
- Freedom of Information Act Coordinator
- Perform other duties as directed pertaining to general management of city government.
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT REQUESTS
To submit a FOIA request to the City of Ishpeming, please click here for the forms.
Questions can be directed to the City Clerk’s office, at 906-485-1091, ext. 203 or via email to email@example.com
It’s time to get REAL – REAL ID
A message from Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson
Your Michigan driver’s license or identification card may not get you through airport security after May 3, 2023.
May 3, 2023 is when the federal government will fully enforce the post-9/11 REAL ID Act, and standard state-issued driver’s licenses and identification cards will no longer be accepted to board domestic flights within the United States, or when entering certain federal facilities, such as military bases or nuclear power plants.
Many people already have a REAL ID document, such as a valid U.S. passport, a DHS Trusted Traveler Card or an Enhanced Driver’s License. A full list of acceptable REAL ID documents is available at TSA.gov. Those who don’t can make their Michigan license or identification REAL ID-compliant by visiting a Secretary of State branch office and presenting the required documents. And, if you make an appointment, you’ll be in and out in 30 minutes or less.
Here’s what you need to do to get a REAL ID:
- To schedule an appointment at one of our branch offices visit gov/SOSAppointments. You can make your appointment at any branch in the state, and you don’t need to have a renewal mailer to do so. Some branches fill up fast, so book your appointment a few weeks in advance of when plan to travel. Your REAL ID license or state ID card will be mailed to you.
- Bring your driver’s license or state identification card.
- Bring your certified birth certificate, with a raised seal or stamp issued by a governmental agency; your valid, unexpired U.S. passport; or an approved citizenship or legal presence document. (Faxes and photocopies won’t be accepted.)
- If your name differs from what is on your birth certificate, bring certified documents for every time your name has changed, such as marriage licenses or court orders.
There’s no additional fee to turn a license or state ID card into a standard REAL ID if it’s done during your normal renewal time; otherwise a duplicate card fee of $9 or $10 will be charged.
For more information, visit Michigan.gov/RealID.