The Housing and Community Development Commission has 9 members ( Roster ). All members shall be residents of the City of Anaheim and shall not hold any paid office or employment in the City government. Commission members may serve up to 2 consecutive 4-year terms and may not concurrently serve on 2 or more City boards and commissions.
The City of Anaheim offers Economic Development support through its dedicated Economic Development Team, which is an interdepartmental team of staff that serves as a one-stop business resource. Collective business services and resources include site selection assistance, utility rebates and incentives, workforce hiring and training assistance, and streamlined development processes.
View a list of business license applications you can print off, fill out and bring to the building office or mail.
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View our online business guide, we have information about permits, programs, getting started, home businesses, licenses, site selection, and zoning.
The Office of the City Clerk is responsible for a myriad of functions and is comprised of three core functions: official records, elections and passport services. Responsibilities include maintenance of the city's legislative history, City Charter and Municipal Code; administering special and general municipal elections; coordinating and administering all activities of Council meetings in compliance with the Brown Act and related Government Codes; administering the city-wide Records Management Program; managing and coordinating Council appointed boards and commissions; and ensuring compliance with the Political Reform Act and AB1234. The City Clerk is also the custodian of the City seal and is appointed by and reports to the City Council.
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