Secondary Employment Policy and Disclosure Form

Secondary Employment Report

Sec. 602.403. - Moonlighting provisions.

(a) No employee of the City shall have any other employment if that employment could reasonably be
expected to impair independence in judgment or performance of City duties;
(b) No employee of the City shall have any interest, financial or otherwise, direct or indirect, or
engage in any business or activity or incur any obligation of any nature which is in substantial conflict
with the proper discharge of his or her duties in the public interest.
(c) All full-time compensated officers or employees of the City shall disclose any private, non-City
employment upon obtaining said employment or upon becoming an officer or employee, whichever
occurs first.
(d) All full-time compensated City officers or employees shall file the disclosure required in subsection
(c) above with the City Ethics Office, copy to the City's Human Resources Chief and the officer or
employee's department head, on a form approved by the Ethics Office.
(e) All full-time compensated officers or employees of the City shall file an updated disclosure form
whenever any of the information required by the form changes.
(f) All appointed employees, except for those employees appointed by City Council, while full-time
employees of the City, must obtain prior approval from the Mayor, or an individual designated by the
Mayor, before accepting non-City employment or engaging in any work for an employer other than the
City. All employees appointed by City Council, while full-time employees of the Council, must obtain
prior approval from the Council President, or an individual designated by the Council President, before
accepting non-City employment or engaging in any work for an employer other than the City. All
employees appointed by a Constitutional Officer, while full-time employees of the Constitutional Officer,
must obtain prior approval from the Constitutional Officer, or an individual designated by the
Constitutional Officer, before accepting non-City employment or engaging in any work for an employer
other than the City. A registry of appointed persons working non-City employment shall be maintained
by the Constitutional Officers, the Mayor, and the Council Secretary or their designees; and shall be
published on the City website, showing the employee, the outside employment, and the number of
hours spent per year on such employment.
(g) It shall be unlawful and a class C offense for any officer or employee of the City to violate any of
the provisions of this Section.