Join for City Secretary Support and Networking
Our TexasMunicipalClerks Google Group is an excellent resource for Texas municipal clerks/city secretaries and other municipal officials or employees connected with the city clerk's office and interested in obtaining the Texas Registered Municipal Clerk certification. Since 2000 this question-and-answer electronic mailing list and internet forum (formerly on Yahoo! Groups until that platform's closure) has been a great resource for peer support, assistance, and mentoring. The Texas Municipal Clerks office also periodically makes TMCA and TMCCP annoucements to the group.
Join the members-only TexasMunicipalClerks Google Group*
(You will need to have, or create, a Gmail account to join; this is free. You can later automatically forward your Gmail emails to a work email and receive emails there.)
- *Only current TMCA members may join the Google Group. Please state your name and TMCA ID number in the "Reason for Joining" field (contact us if you need your ID number).
- *You will need to create or have a Google account to join the Group (Google accounts are free).
Please contact our Group managers if you need assistance joining.
Our Google Group is moderated by the TMCA Technology Committee:
Chair Stephanie Storm, TRMC, City Secretary, Wylie
Roxanne De Leon, TRMC, City Secretary, Elmendorf
Ann Franklin, TRMC, City Secretary, Bastrop
Gladis Sanchez, TRMC, Open Government Analyst, La Porte
Please contact our Group managers if you need assistance with your subscription.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who can read the TexasMunicipalClerks Google Group messages?
Anyone who is a member of the Group can view the online message board and/or receive the Group emails. Please consider it a public forum, and post professional correspondence accordingly.
Create a rule for your incoming Google Group emails
If you would like to limit the number of Group emails coming directly to your email inbox, you may wish to set up a rule to direct them to a folder instead so that you may view them later. Microsoft offers a guide to creating rules in Outlook.
I'm going away on vacation—how do I turn off the emails while I'm away?