Member Services Representative
8331 Utica Ave.
Ph: (909) 944-4162
Fax: (909) 944-8545
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Anyone subscribing to the ideals and purposes of IIMC is eligible for membership. Benefits include all of the Association's services and publications free of charge or at substantial discount.
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Full Members are Municipal Clerks, City Secretaries, Recorders, Legislative Administrators and Directors of Corporate Services and/or an individual who serves a legislative government body (LGB) in an administrative capacity with management responsibilities and whose duties include four of the following:
Additional Full Members
- Custody of the official seal and execution of official documents
- Financial Management
- General Management
- Human Resources Management
- Management of bylaws, Articles of Incorporation, ordinances or other legal instruments
- Meeting Administration
- Records Management
Additional Full Members are fully qualified members from the same organization. This would essentially be Deputy Clerks within the same city, but could be other individuals provided they would qualify under the definition of full member. A city must have one full member before they would be eligible to have additional full members.
Associate Members are individuals serving a legislative body in a capacity not previously defined. In other words, if someone serving a legislative body does not qualify for full membership they would be able to join as an associate member.
Associate members do not have the right to vote, hold office or obtain certification, but they can take advantage of education programs and should they eventually assume the job of Clerk or Deputy, they could then apply for certification. A full member who is in transition (between jobs) would automatically become an associate member until they re-assume the position of Clerk. Associate members also pay a lower fee.
Corporate Members are those companies that find it advantageous to be affiliated with IIMC. They would not have any voting rights nor could they hold office or be certified.