Boards & Commissions

Citizen Comment & Conflict of Interest Forms

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Citizen Comment Forms for Addressing Advisory Boards & Commissions

To address an Advisory Board on a posted item, complete the Citizen Comment Form and return it to the Board Liaison prior to the discussion of the item at the Advisory Board meeting. These forms are provided to you at the Advisory Board meeting.

If you would like to address the Advisory Board regarding an issue that is not posted on the agenda, please fill out the Request to Address Form and submit it to the Board Liaison no later than one week prior to the Advisory Board meeting.

To find the Board Liaison’s contact information, please click on the Advisory Board that is of interest to you.

Conflict of Interest Forms for Advisory Board & Commission Members

According to the City’s Ethics Ordinance, an Advisory Board Member must file a Conflict of Interest Affidavit Form with the City Secretary’s Office.  Section 2.20.030 in the Code of Ordinances relates to the Disclosure of Interest and Recusal —

1.  A City official who has a substantial economic interest in the outcome of the matter under consideration shall disclose that the official has a substantial economic interest and shall recuse himself/herself from discussion of and voting on the matter. The City official shall also promptly file an affidavit with the City Secretary disclosing the nature and extent of the conflict, and the affidavit shall be included in the official minutes of the body.

2.  A City official having a substantial financial interest in the outcome of a matter under consideration shall disclose that the official has a substantial financial interest and recuse himself/herself immediately from voting and from the discussion of the matter. The City official shall also promptly file an affidavit with the City Secretary disclosing the nature and extent of the conflict, and the affidavit shall be included in the official minutes of the body.