Fair Political Practices Commission Reporting
The City Clerk serves as the local filing officer for Conflict of Interest Statements and Campaign Finance Reports in accordance with the Political Reform Act.
Public officials involved in making or participation in the making of governmental decisions are required to file Conflict of Interest Statements upon assuming office, annually, and when leaving office. View the City of Citrus Heights Conflict of Interest Code (PDF).
Effective January 1, 2013, Government Code Section 87505 requires city and county clerks who maintain a website to post a list of names and position titles for each of the elected officers identified in Government Code Section 87200.
|Vice Mayor||Jeff Slowey|
|City Council Member||Bret Daniels|
|City Council Member||Porsche Middleton|
|City Council Member||Steve Miller|
|City Manager||Christopher W. Boyd|
|City Attorney||Ryan R. Jones|
|Finance Director||Ronda Rivera|
|Planning Commissioner||Jack Duncan|
|Planning Commissioner||Marcelle Flowers|
|Planning Commissioner||Tim Schaefer|
|Planning Commissioner||Janelle Ingle|
|Planning Commissioner||Michael Lagomarsino|
|Planning Commissioner||Andrew Van Duker|
|Planning Commissioner||Tom Scheeler|
Campaign finance statements are required of candidates, City Council members, political action committees, and individuals making or receiving $2,000 or more to support or oppose candidates or measures.
All statements are public documents and may be viewed upon request by contacting the City Clerk's Office at 916-725-2448 or via email the City Clerk. View the Statements of Economic Interest of the City of Citrus Heights Council Members on the Fair Political Practices Commission website.
View current candidate and committee campaign statements on file with the City Clerk's Office.