Newport Beach City Hall 3300 Newport Blvd, Newport Beach, CA92663 Newport Beach City Hall is the seat of city government. Most departments are located at City Hall, including the City…More Clerk and the Planning and Building departments. The City Council Chambers is also located on the grounds.
Newport Beach City Manager 3300 Newport Blvd, Newport Beach, CA92663 The city manager's office oversees city departments, thereby managing the business of the city. All department heads,…More except for the city clerk and city attorney report to the city manager, who is hired by the city council. The city manager's office prepares and presents to the city council the annual city budget.
Newport Beach City Attorney 3300 Newport Blvd, Newport Beach, CA92663 The City Attorney's office fills a variety of legal roles for the city and City Council. The office advises the council,…More city staff and city boards and commissions on legal issues. It also represents the city before courts in litigation and before administrative bodies, such as the California Coastal Commission. In addition, the City Attorney's office enforces Newport Beach's municipal code in matters such as nuisance abatement and zoning enforcement.
Newport Beach Planning Department 3300 Newport Blvd, Newport Beach, CA92663 The Planning Department oversees development in the city as well as maintenance and revitalization of existing…More neighborhoods. Depending on the complexity of a development, projects may be approved by the Planning Department, Planning Commission or City Council. The Planning Commission consists of seven residents appointed by the City Council to review matters such as use permits, variances, and higher-level planning and zoning decisions.
Newport Beach City Clerk's Office 3300 Newport Blvd, Newport Beach, CA92663 The City Clerk's Office is the custodian of the official records of the city's legislative history, such as minutes from…More meetings, ordinances and resolutions passed. The office also aids City Council members, city staff and the public in locating records and acts as a liaison between the public and the council. In addition, the City Clerk is the local election official. The Clerk's Office plans and conducts municipal elections in coordination with the county.