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Form 800 Series

The State of California's Fair Political Practices Commission instituted a new regulation effective February 7, 2009 defining how a public agency may distribute event tickets and passes for a public purpose. This required the County to adopt a Conflict of Interest Code.

In order to fully implement the requirements of the new regulation, the Board of Supervisors adopted the code.  The code acknowledges the obligation imposed by the new regulation that the County post certain information regarding the distribution of gifts on the County website.

There are three types of Form 800 disclosure filings that are required by the Political Reform Act.

FORM 801 - GIFT TO AGENCY REPORT [Title 2, Div 6, CA Code of Regulations 18944.2].

This form is used by local government agencies to disclosure payments made to the agency when the payment provides a personal benefit to an official of the agency.  The forms are filed with the Elections department and are required to be posted on the County's web page for public inspection.

Blank Form 801 [ link to FPPC ]
Posted 801, 802 and 803 forms

FORM 802 - TICKETS PROVIDED BY AGENCY REPORT [ Title 2, Div 6, CA Code of Regulations 18944.1].

This form is used by local government agencies to disclose the distribution (to an agency official) of tickets or passes that allow admission to facilities, events, shows or performances for entertainment, amusement, recreational, or similar purposes.  The forms are filed with the Elections department and are required to be posted on the County's web page for public inspection.

Blank Form 802 [ link to FPPC ]
Posted 801, 802 and 803 forms

FORM 803 - BEHESTED PAYMENT REPORT [GOVERNMENT CODE 82015(b)(2)(B)(iii)].

This form is used by all elected officials to disclose payments made at their behest, principally for legislative, governmental, or charitable purposes.   Although the regulation has been in existence for many years, the Fair Political Practices Commission recently adopted the Form 803 to make compliance with the regulation easier.  The forms are filed with the Elections department and are required to be posted on the County's web page for public inspection.

Blank Form 803 [ link to FPPC ]
Posted 801, 802 and 803 forms