City Secretary

In April of 2022, the City Secretary's office was awarded the Municipal Clerk's Office Achievement of Excellence Award by the Texas Municipal Clerk's Association, Inc.  Such prestigious award was designed to recognize excellence in the effective and efficient management of resources in a municipal clerk's office and for compliance with federal, state and local statutes that govern standards necessary to fulfill the duties and responsibilities of the office.


Major functions in the City Secretary's office are preserving the records and documents of the City Council, as well as:

  • Acting as Records Management Officer for all City records
  • Assisting the City Council in performing its duties and responsibilities
  • Coordinating codification of City ordinances and annual updates
  • Recording deeds, easements, ordinances, budgets, and liens
  • Overseeing City Secretary, Mayor and City Council budgets
  • Fulfilling Public Information Requests
  • Holding Elections
  • Meeting all of the legal requirements for posting agendas
  • Preparation of proclamations and certificates
  • Publishing legal notices

Contact our office to arrange any ceremonial or official functions involving the Mayor and/or members of the Council.

Liquor Licenses

The TABC made changes to license types, fees and technology starting on September 1, 2021.  Please visit the TABC's website at https://www.tabc.texas.gov/services/tabc-2021-changes/.

The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC) is the state agency that regulates all phases of the alcoholic beverage industry in Texas. The duties of the commission include regulating sales, taxation, importation, manufacturing, transporting, and advertising of alcoholic beverages.

All establishments which manufacture, sell, purchase, transport, store, and distribute alcoholic beverages in the City of Rosenberg must be licensed with the TABC. More information can be found on the TABC's website.

The City of Rosenberg also requires a City permit for these types of businesses that operate in the city limits. City permits are valid for one year from the date of issue. For a cost breakdown, please see our Schedule of Fees. For additional information or questions, contact the City Secretary's office.

Conflict of Interest Forms

Per Texas Local Government Code Sec. 176.009, A local governmental entity that maintains an Internet website shall provide access to the statements and to questionnaires required to be filed under this chapter on that website.  To request copies of statements/questionnaires, please enter a request through our online Public Information Request portal.