The Political Reform Act of 1974 requires public officials to disclose assets and income which may be materially affected by their official actions. The Act requires government agencies to ensure that their public officials (City Council and Commission Members; Employees and Consultants) disclose their interests on or before the statutory deadlines. The City Clerk is the Official Filing Officer for the City of Chino Hills, and is responsible for the collection, maintenance, and protection of disclosure documents. Additionally, the City Clerk is responsible to ensure that the public have access to the materials as prescribed by the California Fair Political Practices Commission.
Conflict of Interest Code
Statements of Economic Interests
In accordance with Government Code Section 87505, unredacted copies of Statements of Economic Interests, Form 700, of elected officials can be obtained from:
City Clerk’s Office
14000 City Center Drive
Chino Hills, CA 91709
Click here to view redacted copies
Fair Political Practices Commission
1102 Q Street, Suite 3000
Sacramento, CA 95811
The City of Chino Hills’ elected officials are:
Art Bennett, Council Member
Brian Johsz, Council Member
Ray Marquez, Council Member
Cynthia Moran, Council Member
Peter Rogers, Council Member
In accordance with California Government Code Section 53234 (also referred to as AB 1234), all City of Chino Hills elected officials and appointed commission members are required to take two hours of State approved local ethics training. The City has also chosen to require all Department Heads, Manager, and Supervisory employees to adhere to the same regulations. The first certification is due within one year of taking office, and then every two years thereafter. Compliance is monitored by the Office of the City Clerk. To assist officials with the training requirement, visit the Fair Political Practices Commission's (FPPC) website for more information on the FPPC web based training program.
Form 806 - Agency Report of Public Official Appointment
Form 806 is used to report additional compensation that public officials receive when appointing themselves to positions on committees, boards or commissions of a public agency. Each agency must post on its website a single Form 806 which lists all the paid appointed positions. When there is a change in compensation or a new appointment, the Form 806 is updated to reflect the change. The form will be updated promptly as changes occur.
Form 806 - Public Official Appointments