Disclosures and Ethics

Statements of Economic Interests - Form 700

The Political Reform Act requires public officials to disclose assets and income that may be materially affected by their official actions. The Act requires governmental agencies to ensure their public officials (including City Councilmembers, board and commission members, certain employees, and consultants) disclose their interests on or before the statutory deadlines.

The City Clerk is the Official Filing Officer for the City of Stockton and responsible for:

  • collection, maintenance, and protection of filing and disclosure documents
  • ensuring public access to these materials, as prescribed by the California Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC). 

City Councilmembers, Planning Commissioners, the Mayor, City Manager, City Attorney, and Chief Financial Officer are identified in Government Code section 87200 and required to file Statements of Economic Interests (Form 700) with the City Clerk's Office. Filings for these officers can be viewed online through the City's NetFile Public Access Portal. 

Current officeholders are:

 Elected Officials

  • Mayor  Anthony Silva
  • Council District 1 - Elbert Holman
  • Council District 2 - Dan Wright
  • Council District 3 - Susan Lofthus
  • Council District 4 - Michael Blower
  • Council District 5 - Vice Mayor Christina Fugazi
  • Council District 6 - Michael Tubbs

 Planning Commissioners

  • Chair Kevin Hernandez
  • Vice Chair Sol Jobrack
  • Don M. Aguillard
  • D'Adrea Davie
  • Christopher Eley
  • Elizabeth Hull
  • Kim A. Tutt

City Officials

  • City Manager - Kurt Wilson
  • City Attorney - John Luebberke
  • Chief Financial Officer - Matt Paulin

In addition, State law requires the filing of campaign disclosure statements by local candidates for elective office, elected officeholders, and committees supporting or opposing local candidates or ballot measures. For more information on campaign filings and to view filed statements, please visit the Campaign Filing System page.

In accordance with California Government Code section 53234, all City of Stockton elected officials and appointed board and commission members must take two hours of State approved local ethics training. The first certification is due within one year of taking office, then every two years thereafter. Compliance is monitored by the Office of the City Clerk. 

Visit the FPPC site in External Links below for more information on their web-based training program.


External Links

FPPC (California Fair Political Practices Commission) - Form 700 Filed by a Public Officials

Government Code Section 87200


This City of Stockton web page last reviewed on --- 3/22/2016