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City Secretary's Office

Due to a shortage of Vitals paper we cannot issue long-form birth or death certificates. We can still issue short-form certificates. Long-form certificates can be obtained from Brazos County.

The City Secretary is an officer of the City, appointed by the City Council. The position of City Secretary is a statutory position required by State law and the City Charter. In addition to the statutory duties of the position, the City Secretary serves as a member of the City's Management Team and oversees the functions of the City's Secretary's office,  Vital Statistics operations, Records Management Program, and Council Services.

The City Secretary's Office provides citizens with public information and implements requests for city records; attends and prepares official minutes of the city council meetings, conducts city elections, coordinates boards and commissions appointments, provides staff support to Mayor and City Council, and manages the City Council and City Secretary budgets of $463,366.

Mission Statement

"Our Mission is to support, facilitate and strengthen the City of College Station legislative process; and to exceed customer expectations through increased interaction, expanded services, technological improvements, and continuous learning."


CONTACT US


Office Hours are Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

P.O. Box 9960
1101 Texas Avenue
College Station, Texas 77842

Phone: 979.764.3500
Fax: 979.764.
6377

Tanya McNutt Tanya D. Smith
City Secretary
tdsmith@cstx.gov
Ian Whittenton Ian Whittenton
Deputy City Secretary
iwhittenton@cstx.gov
Yvette Dela Torre Yvette Dela Torre
Deputy Local Registrar
ytorre@cstx.gov
Lisa McCracken Lisa McCracken
Administrative Support Specialist
lmccracken@cstx.gov
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Brooke Linsenbardt
Historic Records Archivist
blinsenbardt@cstx.gov

Last updated: 11/10/2017 1:16:33 PM