financial disclosure statements
San Francisco Bay Area - Online
Bay Area City Council Members and County Board of Supervisors
The California Fair Political Practices Commission in 2010 began putting the statements of economic interests/form 700s for members of county boards of supervisors and city councils in a:
Several Bay Area cities also put online financial disclosure statements for their elected and top appointed officials.
Note: on your browser you may need to delete the cookie for the site nf4.netfile.com (which hosts the disclosure statements) in order to view the forms for the different cities listed below.
The City of Berkeley posts copies of statements of economic interests for many of its officials in searchable database.
Conflict of Interest Code - City of Berkeley - then click on the link at the top right for Form 700s Online
The San Francisco Elections Commission posts copies of statements of economic interests for public officials in San Francisco in a searchable database.
San Francisco Ethics Commission - then click on the link on the left under the Research heading for Statement of Economic Interest...
The City Clerk for San Jose posts statements of economic interests for its officials in a searchable database.
San Jose City Clerk - Statements of Economic Interest - then click on the link in the middle for Online Filing and Pubilc Portal Access, and then the link for Public Access Portal
Free Tickets to Sporting Events and Concerts
The FPPC in September 2010 enacted a rule requiring elected officials to disclose on the Internet free tickets they receive to sporting events and concerts.
The disclosure will be on the website for the agency for which the elected official works.