FPPC Information Updated: Apr 5, 2022
Public Official Appointments - Form 806
The Fair Political Practices Commission has created Form 806 - Agency Report of Public Official Appointments to be used to report additional compensation officials receive when appointing themselves to positions on committees, boards, or commissions or committees of a public agency, special district, and joint powers agency or authority. This form is completed by the agency and posted on its website, and is updated as changes occur. To view the form Click Here.
Statements of Economic Interests - Form 700
The City Council Members are elected officers identified in the Government Code section 87200 and file statements of economic interests with the City Clerk's Office.
What is the gift limit?
The gift limit was $500 from any single source in calendar year 2020. The gift limit increased to $520 for calendar years 2021 and 2022.
Mayor, City Council Member, Planning Commissioner, City Manager, City Attorney, and Finance Director.
Copies of the Form 700s filed by the City officials above may be viewed by clicking here.
Campaign Statements - Form 410, 460, 470, 496, 497
To Access Electronic Campaign Disclosure Forms Click Here
The Political Reform Act (Gov. Code §§ 81000-91014) requires detailed disclosure of the role of money in California politics. This includes the disclosure of contributions and expenditures in connection with campaigns supporting or opposing local candidates and ballot measures.
Campaign disclosure filings are public documents. Any member of the public may inspect and obtain a copy of any statement. Campaign statements contains financial information provided by candidates and committees. It can answer questions about who is contributing money, who is receiving money and how it is being spent. Click on the link above to research campaign contributions and expenditures, reviewing campaign statements filed by candidates and committees. Campaign disclosure forms viewed online are beginning in 2017. You can view forms filed prior to 2017 (if any) by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Campaign Contributions Limit Regulations
Prior to January 1, 2021 the City of Santa Fe Springs did not have any campaign contribution limits. Pursuant to AB 571, beginning January 1, 2021 a state campaign contribution limit of $4,900 per election will be applied by default to all cities and counties in California unless the city has not already enacted a contribution limit.
Fair Political Practices Commission
City of Santa Fe Springs