Conflict of Interest

Designated County officials and employees, members of County boards and commissions and officials of other local public entities are required to file a Statement of Economic Interests/California Form 700 when assuming/leaving office and on an annual basis.

In addition, the Political Reform Act requires every government agency to review its conflict of interest code biennially to determine whether it should be amended. The Clerk of the Board oversees this biennial review process for designated agencies within San Bernardino County.

Statement of Economic Interests/Form 700 FilingsLink to on-line posting of Form 700 Statements of Economic Interest for County officials in Disclosure Categories 1 and 5 as defined in the County Conflict of Interest Code. PLEASE NOTE: Information has been redacted (removed) from these documents in accordance with Government Code (Section 6254.21), which prohibits the internet posting of certain personal information of specified government officials. Contact the Clerk of the Board to obtain un-redacted documents for these, and other, filers. 
Statement of Economic Interests/Form 700 Filing PortalLink to portal for County employees to electronically file a Statement of Economic Interests/Form 700 
California Statement of Economic InterestsLink to the California Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) , which develops and maintains the Statement of Economic Interests 
San Bernardino County Conflict of  Interest CodeLink to the County’s Conflict of Interest Code, which lists County employees and officials required to file the California Statement of Economic Interests 
The Ethics in San Bernardino County Government ActSections of the County Code stating ethical standards for County officials, employees and members of Boards, Commissions and Committees and penalties for non-compliance. 
Elected Filing Officials (87200 Filers)Link to Elected Officials listed in Government Code section 87200 who file Statements of Economic Interests (Form 700). 
Biennial Review Jurisdictions Contact the Clerk of the Board for a list of the jurisdictions required to submit their conflict of interest codes to the San Bernardino County Clerk of the Board for biennial review.