The City Clerk is a charter officer and department director who is appointed by and serves under the administrative direction of the City Manager. The City Clerk is the custodian of all City records. She is responsible for providing administrative support to the Mayor & City Council; superintending the City's elections; superintending the City's special activity permitting process; attesting and countersigning all contracts, bonds, and other legal documents; serving as the liaison between appointed volunteer board members and the City Council; drafting ordinances, resolutions, and proclamations; administering the City's records management program; and providing training for employees on a variety of topics, including Sunshine Law and Public Records Law.
(Staff pictured from left to right: Sally Goltzman, Cathy Wysor, Kevin McKeown and Deborah Adams)
Cathleen A. Wysor, City Clerk
Kevin McKeown, Assistant City Clerk
Sally Goltzman, Administrative Assistant
Deborah Adams, Records Technician
General Contact Information:
City Clerk's Office
City Hall, Fifth Floor
900 E. Strawbridge Avenue
Melbourne, FL 32901
Office: (321) 608-7220
Contact the City Clerk’s Office To:
- Serve on a City Board
The Clerk’s Office serves as the point-of-contact for citizens wishing to serve on City boards and committees by recruiting, receiving and processing applications and conducting board member training.
- Apply for a Special Activity Permit
The Clerk’s Office issues special activity permits for events ranging from parades and festivals that require street closures, to special requests for banners and temporary signs.
- Obtain an Animal Permit
An animal permit is required for animals (except for domestic dogs and cats), reptiles, or fowl that are kept outside of a residence.
- Run for City Council
The City Clerk serves as the qualifying officer for City elections.