Seeking Community Engagement—Ethics and Conduct Code Review

Seeking Community Engagement—Ethics and Conduct Code Review

Riverside – In 2004 Riverside voters approved a charter amendment which required the city to adopt code of ethics and conduct rules applicable to the mayor, city council and members of city boards, commissions and committees. 

The city is required to review the codes annually and is now inviting the public to participate in the process. The city’s Governmental Affairs Committee will hold its annual meeting on September 4, 2019 at 3:30 p.m. in the Art Pick Council Chamber, 3900 Main Street. During the session the committee will solicit input from the Board of Ethics as well as from the public. The council will also accept public comments on the city’s ethics and conduct code during its upcoming council meeting.

Visit the City of Riverside’s website at or call the City Clerk’s Office at (951) 826-5557 for a brochure and a copy of the code.

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