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Ethics Commission

The Ethics Commission is responsible for the impartial and effective administration and implementation of the provisions of the Charter, statues and ordinances concerning campaign financing, lobbying, conflicts of interest, and governmental ethics. The Commission serves as an advisory body and does not have the ability to conduct investigations.

Mission Statement

The Ethics Commission strives to advance public trust and confidence in the City’s government through education and the development of policies and processes that promote each of the City’s values of Accountability, Fairness, Impartiality, Diversity, Transparency, and Integrity.

City of Long Beach Disclosure Reports & Ethics Portal

You can view information on how the City of Long Beach complies with the Political Reform Act, as well as look up regulations from the Fair Political Practices Commission, view Economic filings for the City of Long Beach and submit referrals for Political Reform Act violations.

Recent Updates

At its meeting on March 9, 2021, the Ethics Commission approved the Commission's 2021 Annual Report.

Ethics Commission 2021 Annual Report

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