Section 176.003 of the Local Government Code requires certain local government officers to file this form.
The Local Government Officer Conflicts Disclosure Statement must be filed once the local government officer becomes aware of facts that require the officer to file this statement in accordance with Chapter 176, Local Government Code. "Local Government Officer" is defined as a member of the governing body of a local government entity; a director, superintendent, administrator, president, or other person designated as the executive officer of a local government entity; or an agent of a local government entity who exercises discretion in the planning, recommending, selecting, or contracting of a vendor. By law, this statement must be filed no later than 5 p.m. on the seventh business day after the date on which the officer becomes aware of the facts that require the statement to be filed. A local government office commits an offense if the officer knowingly violates Section 176.003, Local Government Code. An offense under this section is a misdemeanor.
Refer to chapter 176 of the Local Government Code for detailed information regarding the requirement to file this form.
Statements are to be filed with the City Secretary's Office: