City Hall is open for business. We respectfully ask that anyone conducting business wear a face covering and follow CDC guidelines for social distancing.
About the City Clerk/Treasurer
The City Council appoints the City Clerk to oversee the record-keeping and accounting functions. The responsibilities of the City Clerk include:
- Preparing the City Council's agenda and giving public notice of City Council meetings
- Recording the minutes and official actions of the City Council
- Archiving the City's official records
- Recording the City's financial transactions and preparing the financial statements
The City Council appoints a municipal court judge for a term of two to four years. Judge Jimmy Henson is Inman's current municipal court judge.
The City's municipal court has jurisdiction over cases arising under all City ordinances and over all offenses that are subject to a fine not exceeding $500.00 or imprisonment not exceeding 30 days, or both, and that occur within the municipality.
Municipal court is held in the courtroom at City Hall. The court convenes on the second Tuesday of each month at 9:00 am and the fourth Tuesday of each month at 2:00 pm. The municipal court judge sets the dates and times for jury trials, as needed.
The City Clerk/Treasurer also serves as the Clerk of Court, a responsibility that includes maintaining all court records; receiving payments for tickets and fines; handling jury-related matters; and managing the court calendar.
Effective April 2017, the City holds elections for Mayor and members of the City Council in odd-numbered years on Election Day in November. Elections are staggered for four-year terms. The next election will occur in November 2019.
The Spartanburg County Voter Registration and Election Commission conducts the elections for City Council.
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Information & Resources
Birth Certificates and Death Certificates
May be obtained from the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control
May be obtained from the Spartanburg County Probate Court
Real Estate and Property Tax Records
May be obtained from the Spartanburg County Register of Deeds Office
Robin Henderson, City Clerk
Mandy Shaw, Assistant City Clerk
How can I pay my ticket?
You can pay your ticket in person at City Hall or over the phone with a credit or debit card. (We're currently not able to take payments online). Cash, money order, and credit/debit cards are the only forms of payment for tickets. An additional 3% convenience fee is added to all credit/debit cards.
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