City Clerk

City Clerk

The City Clerk is the records custodian of all documents formally adopted by City Council, seals all official city documents and oaths of office with the City Seal, attends and keeps the official minutes of the City Council, gives public notice of public meetings as required by law, presides over Bid openings and provides summaries of the responses and acts as the supervisor of all city elections.  The City Clerk also serves as Public Information Specialist for the city and is responsible for disseminating information to the general public and media outlets. The City Clerk is an appointed position and reports directly to the City Manager.

The City Clerk’s Office does not handle any requests for copies of official records (i.e. – birth certificates, death certificates, marriage licenses, divorce decrees, property deeds, etc.) or court dates.  Those requests are processed through the Pasco County Clerk & Comptroller’s Office.opens in a new window  Any issues regarding Red Light Camera citations are processed through the New Port Richey Police Department.

Judy Meyers, City Clerk

Judy Meyers brings over seventeen years of experience in local government to her position as City Clerk. Ms. Meyers was appointed as City Clerk in 2016 and has served the City of New Port Richey and its residents since 2013.  Prior to beginning her employment with the City, Ms. Meyers worked for the Pasco County Attorney’s Office.

Ms. Meyers earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Public Policy and Administration from St. Petersburg College in 2015 and also holds an Associate in Arts Degree from St. Petersburg College and a Paralegal Certificate from the American Institute for Paralegal Studies.  Ms. Meyers earned her Certified Municipal Clerk designation from the International Institute of Municipal Clerks in December 2018 and is also an active member of the Florida Association of City Clerks where she currently serves as a member of the Legislative Committee.

Ms. Meyers is also a member of the Pasco County Association of City Clerks and a proud graduate of Leadership Pasco’s Class of 2020.  In addition to her duties as City Clerk, Ms. Meyers also serves as the City’s Public Information Specialist and Program Administrator for the Citizens Academy.



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To make a New Port Richey public records request:

All public records requests shall be submitted through the City Clerk’s office for general city departments or through the New Port Richey Police Department for police records. The City Clerk’s office and New Port Richey Police Department maintain a public records tracking system for processing requests. For convenience and tracking we recommend using our JustFOIA portal.  opens in a new window

Records may also be requested in person, via telephone or email correspondence to the appropriate records custodians as stated in the Chapter 119 Notificationsopens in a new window list.

To view the City’s Public Records Policy click hereopens in a new window.


To request marriage, birth, divorce, or death records:

These records are kept at the County level, and are not part of the New Port Richey archives. You can find these records by performing a search on the Pasco County Clerk’s website.opens in a new window

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