Pursuant to Chapter 2-71(4), Denver Revised Municipal Code and City Charter Section 9.1.1.E.(iii), (iv), (viii) (xiii), (xiv) and (xv), the following are City Officers:
The mayor, auditor, members of city council, manager of public works, manager of parks and recreation, manager of finance, manager of environmental health, manager of general services, manager of safety, city attorney, manager of human services, clerk and recorder, manager of aviation, manager of community planning and development, mayor's chief of staff, and any person appointed to a position and listed in section 9.1.1.E.(iii), (iv), (viii), (xiii), (xiv) and (xv) of the City Charter. Certified public accountants employed by the auditor shall not be considered officers.
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Elected and appointed official reports
Officer Financial Disclosure Statement (Annual)
All city officers and elected officials, on an annual basis, are required to submit a financial disclosure of relationship to any business or trust in which a person is involved as a director, officer, owner in whole or in part, limited or general partner, employee, stockholder, trustee or beneficiary of a trust.
Officer Gift Report (Semi-Annual)
All city officers and elected officials, on a semi-annual basis, are required to report gifts and the solicitation of charitable donations of any value received from persons with whom the city has an existing, ongoing, or pending contract, business or regulatory relationship and over whom the officer may take direct official action as defined in section 2-52(b).
Officer Disclosure of City Items Report (Semi-Annual)
All city officers and elected officials, on a semi-annual basis, are required to report gifts and the solicitation of charitable donations of any value received from persons with whom the city All city officers and elected officials, on a semi-annual basis, are required to report items received from City agencies. They must report each item or thing received from the City with an estimated value of more than $50.
City Employee Gift Reports
Please Note: Only certain employees need to file the Annual Employee Gift Report by January 31, 2021. If an employee meets the following four conditions, he or she must file an Employee Gift Report:
- the person is an employee of the city;
- the person accepted certain gifts from people or entities (donor) other than the City valued at over $50, including meals, tickets or reduced-price admission to events, conference or travel expenses, items to commemorate a public event, or membership or passes to Denver’s cultural facilities, like the Zoo and Art Museum.
- the gift the person accepted was from someone with whom the city has an existing, ongoing or pending contract, business or regulatory relationship; and
- the person may take direct official action over this donor.
If the employee does not meet any one of these four conditions, they do not need to file an Employee Gift Report.
In order to streamline the data collection and filing procedures, the Office of the Clerk and Recorder will facilitate the collection of the submitted Annual Employee Gift Reports and deliver those reports to the submitter's appropriate appointing authority.
City Agency Gift Reports
Under Executive Order 134, all agencies under the Mayor are required to submit an annual Agency Gift Report for gifts (i.e. money, property, service or a thing of value worth $2,500 or more) during the previous calendar year. The report is due August 1.
Please submit the report to the City Clerk via email or bring it to the Office of the Clerk and Recorder, 201 W. Colfax Ave., Department 101.
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