What Is The TPA
The Taxpayer Protection Act (“TPA”) requires the City to track and maintain information related to contracts, purchase orders, permits and various other City transactions. In short, the TPA aims at preventing “play for pay” situations by preventing gifts, future employment, campaign contributions and other public benefits to City Council members and other City officials who approve the grant of a public benefit.
In accordance with the TPA requirements, all information compiled by City offices in compliance with Section 1705 (a) and (b) of the Charter shall be posted on the internet so that records are available to the public in an easy-to-use and timely manner. In addition to the posted internet reports, hard copy/printed versions of the reports may be requested from the City Clerk’s Office located at City Hall.
Additional TPA information available:
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City Council Reports
City Department Reports
- Water and Power TPA Report
- Transportation TPA Report
- Public Works TPA Report
- Planning TPA Report
- Plannin Non-Profit TPA Report
- City Manager TPA Report (Mermell)
- City Manager TPA Report (Beck)
- City Manager Non-Profit TPA Report (Beck)
- City Clerk TPA Report
- City Attorney TPA Report
- Assistant City Manager TPA Report (Rodriguez)
- Assistant City Manager TPA Report (Gutierrez)