City Clerk’s Office
The City Clerk's Office preserves and provides public access to the City's official and historical records; provides support to the Mayor, City Council, and City Manager; and facilitates the City's overall legislative process.
The City Clerk also serves as Election Superintendent for Municipal Elections and qualifies all municipal candidates.
Online Contracts & Agreements, Ordinances & Resolutions, as well as City Council related-materials such as Agendas & Minutes are provided by the City Clerk's Office.
The Johns Creek City Code is also available online, as is the City Charter, which was established by state legislation (House Bill 1321), allowing the City's December 1, 2006 incorporation.
Copies of all public records are available through the City Clerk's Office by completing a Request for Public Records and submitting it to the City Clerk's Office.
The City Clerk's Office also facilitates Municipal Elections every four years, working closely with the Fulton County Registration & Elections office.
Joan Jones, City Clerk
A native of Georgia, Jones joined the City of Johns Creek as its City Clerk in November 2006.
She brings 14 years of experience in municipal government to her position, most recently serving as the City Clerk of Jonesboro, Georgia from 2002 to 2006.
Prior to that, Jones provided support in administrative services, accounting, business licensing and finance for Jonesboro.
She holds a Clerk Certification from the Carl Vinson Institute at the University of Georgia and is currently working on her municipal clerk certification with the International Institute of Municipal Clerks.