Administration/City Clerk

MAIN NUMBER & HELP DESK 727-547-4575 ext. 228
CITY CLERK 727-547-4575 ext. 229
cityhall@mytreasureisland.org

NOTICE OF PUBLIC RECORDS CUSTODIAN CONTACT INFORMATION: 

The Office of the City Clerk is the City of Treasure Island’s custodian of public records, where all official records of the City of Treasure Island are routinely created, sent, received and maintained. The location of and contact information for the City Clerk’s Office is: Ruth Nickerson, City Clerk, Treasure Island City Hall, 120 108th Avenue, Treasure Island , FL 33706 cityclerk@mytreasureisland.org

The City of Treasure Island, Florida is a municipality located in Pinellas County on Florida's west coast.

The city government is a commission-manager form of government, consisting of a city commission of five elected officials, one of whom serves as mayor, and an appointed manager. The Commission and Mayor serve as the legislative or policy making body for the City government, approve its annual budget, and all the local laws and ordinances that define how the City operates. The day-to-day administration of the City is the responsibility of the City Manager and his/her staff, who implement city policies and deliver services to the residents. 
There is an educational video that helps explain the role of City Manager vs Elected Official. ClickHERE

cityhallTreasure Island City Manager, Garry Brumback, is the Chief Executive Officer and is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the City. The manager supervises all personnel, handles various administrative duties, and prepares an annual budget for approval by the City Commission. The City Manager maintains an "open door" policy with City employees and the public to enhance communications and maintain a good working relationship.

Treasure Island City Clerk, Ruth Nickerson, is the official custodian of all City records and custodian of the City Seal.  The City Clerk is the primary point of contact for public records requests and certifying official records, as well as ensuring that public records of the City are open for inspection by the public.  The City Clerk provides administrative support to the Mayor and Commissioners by preparing City Commission meeting agendas, recording minutes of City Commission and various City Board/Committee meetings, administering oaths of office, overseeing the codification of ordinances, and advertising legal notices.  The City Clerk also administers the records management and retention program in accordance with Florida Law and is appointed as the Records Management Liaison Officer for the Florida Department of State.  The City Clerk is the City's designated filing officer and supervises all City elections.