The Political Reform Act of 1974 (California Government Code Section 81000, et seq.) requries certain state and local government officials and employees to publicly disclose certain personal assets and income. They must also disqualify themselves from participating in decisions that may affect their personal economic interests. The Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) is the state agency responsible for interpreting the law's provisions. Redding Municipal Code Chapter 2.90 details the City's Conflict of Interest Code and contains a list of designated positions and disclosure categories. Copies of completed forms for all City filers are available in the Office of the City Clerk.
In compliance with the Political Reform Act of 1974 and regulations adopted by the California Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) in 2009, the Redding City Council adopted City Council Policy 220 entitled "Distribution of Tickets and Passes" via Resolution No. 2010-22 on February 16, 2010. In accordance with FPPC Section 18944.1 provisions, ticket disclosure forms(CA Form 802) are posted on this website within 30 days after the distribution of tickets occurs.