The office of the City Clerk is committed and dedicated to serving the City Council, the various City departments and the citizens of this community pursuant to state statute and in an efficient, courteous, and professional manner that lends itself to bringing respect and dignity to the City we serve.
The City Clerk performs functions that are largely mandated by law (e.g. Brown Act, Public Records Act, Lodi Municipal Code, Elections Code) and is positioned between the governing body and the citizens.
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Olivia Nashed - City Clerk
Olivia was appointed as the Lodi City Clerk by the City Council in April 2022. She began her career in local government in 2014, working in the Parks and Recreation Department for the City of Tracy. Since then, Olivia’s dedication to public service has expanded to include work in Community Development for the City of Dublin, and then at the City of Manteca, where she served as Deputy, Assistant, and Interim City Clerk just prior to joining the City of Lodi.
Olivia leads the Lodi City Clerk’s Office by overseeing many processes, such as: the compilation and publication of the City Council agenda, contract routing, records management, and submission of Conflict of Interest forms. In coordination with the City Attorney’s Office, she also ensures the City complies with the Brown Act, California Public Records Act, and the Political Reform Act. In her capacity as City Clerk, Olivia also serves as the Elections Official for the City, acting as the liaison between the City and the County during local municipal elections.
Olivia received a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice with a Concentration in Forensic Science from California State University, Stanislaus and is currently studying to obtain her Certified Municipal Clerk’s designation.