Ticket Policy Report and Tickets Provided by Agency Reports
Purpose, Information and Related Materials
State law requires that public agencies report the distribution of tickets to public officials for entertainment events. The City’s adopted policy provides guidelines under which a ticket or pass distributed by the City to its officials will not be treated as a gift to the official under the Political Reform Act and the Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) regulations. Tickets may be provided to a public official if it is determined that the official will use, or direct the use of, the ticket for a public purpose; or the public official treats the ticket as income in accordance with state and federal income tax laws.
In accordance with the provision set forth by the FPPC and California Code of Regulations, Section 18944.1, the City is required to disclose on its website all complimentary tickets distributed to its officials for public purpose, as well as those which the official will treat as income.
Additional Information and Related Materials:Ticket Recipient Reporting Form
Resolution No. 9320 and Adopted Ticket Policy
2012 Tickets Provided by Agency Reports Form 802
2012 Ticket Policy Regulations Reg. 18944.1
Tickets Provided by Agency Reports (form 802)
Reports posted on this site are formatted as PDF Documents. To view the report, please click on the specified report.
Public Records Request
The Public Records Act Request Form can be used to make a written request for records. The more specific you are, the easier it will be to determine if such records exist in city files. Please note that the California Public Records Act (Government Code Section 6250 et. seq.) applies to writings in city files “containing information relating to the conduct of the public’s business prepared, owned, used, or retained by any state or local agency regardless of physical form or characteristics.” The City will provide those documents to you, unless they are exempt from disclosure under the Public Records Act or other legal reason prevents the documents from being disclosed to the public. Public records may be requested online by accessing the link below. Alternatively, you may download the PDF form below to submit a request.