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City of Algonac
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City of Algonac
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City of Algonac
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City of Algonac
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Business of the Year - Scoreboard 'N More
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Citizen of the Year
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Dr. Megan Welcome
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City Clerk

The City Clerk of the City of Algonac is appointed by the City Manager and the appointment requires approval of the City Council of the City of Algonac.

Sam Boelke 
City Clerk

The city clerk is in the office Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays
810.794.9361 extension 215






The City Clerk is the keeper of the records.  All meeting minutes, agendas, packets, and other correspondence are under the care responsibly of this office.

City Clerk is also the Freedom of Information Act Coordinator for the City. Upon receiving a Freedom of Information Act Request, the Clerk has five (5) business days to respond to the person requesting the information and inform them of the cost of filling the request.  Following the links to all the recently adopted documents being used by the City of Algonac to facilitate the Freedom of Information Act Requests.

Please click on the links below for Freedom of Information Documents for the City of Algonac:



The City Clerk helps prepare all agendas and packets for the City Council, Planning Commission and Dangerous Buildings Commission meetings with the City Manager. 


The City Clerk keeps a record of all members of each board and commission inclusive of the date their terms end.  Anyone wishing to serve on one of the boards  may submit a letter to the City Clerk stating these wishes so that when a  vacancy comes up on one of the boards, the Mayor will have  that letter on file  to consider for appointment.  Other than  City Council, which are elected members, all board and commission members serve voluntarily for the City.

The current list of Boards that the City keeps are as follows:

  • City Council
  • Planning Commission
  • Zoning Board of Appeals
  • Board of Review
  • Library Board
  • Housing Commission
  • Dangerous Buildings Commission
  • Elections Commission

Attention Residents
In order to be a registered voter a person must:

1) Be a United States Citizen
2) At Least 18 years old by Election Day
3) A resident of Michigan
4) A resident of the city or township where they are registering to vote

If you're unsure if you're registered or where you might be registered - contact the Michigan Voter Information Center.  There you can look yourself up, see a sample ballot, track the status of your absent voter ballot. 

To register, fill in this form, Michigan Voter Registration Form, and return to your local clerk.