The City and County of Denver requires that it's Officers, Employees, and Candidates file a financial disclosure report. Below you will find details for each type of report including downloads and due dates for the report to be filed.
City and County of Denver ordinances require that each elected official and city officer file an annual financial disclosure report by August 1 for the previous calendar year.
This disclosure form must be filed with the Office of the Clerk and Recorder. Financial disclosure reports for elected officials and city officers are public documents; however, these reports are not posted online. The subject official is entitled to be notified whenever a disclosure report is requested. The name of the requester is kept confidential. Request these through the City Clerk, firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 311 inside Denver (720-865-8400 outside Denver boundaries) and ask to be transferred to the City Clerk.
Denver city employees must report the sources of gifts of $25 value or larger as a result of their employment with the city from anyone pursuing business with the city. This includes tickets to sporting, recreational, educational or cultural events, and lodging, parking or travel expenses, including from the City of Denver. Sponsorships, scholarships and grants are not considered gifts.
The deadline to file annual disclosure reports is August 1 for the prior calendar year. This form is filed with the employee's home agency and is kept on file there.
Candidates for the elected positions listed above are required to file a financial disclosure within 15 days of becoming a candidate. Candidates must file those forms online. Find candidate disclosures and other campaign finance reports here.
City departments and agencies are required to file an annual gift report by August 1 for the previous year for gifts of $2,500 value or greater. This is required by Executive Order 134.The agency reports below are listed according to the calendar year that the report covers.
City Council rule (Rule 11 (d)) requires Council members to file a donation report with the Clerk and Recorder by February 1 of each year. These reports list donations that members make during the prior calendar year from their Council budget. The reports below are listed according to the calendar year that the report covers.
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