CHAPTER 2-156
GOVERNMENTAL ETHICS
Article I.  General
2-156-005   Code of conduct.
2-156-010   Definitions.
2-156-015   Ethics pledge – When required.
2-156-017   Ethics officers.
Article II.  Substantive Code of Conduct Provisions
Part 1.  Duty to Report and Whistleblower Protection
2-156-018   Duty to report corrupt or unlawful activity.
2-156-019   Whistleblower protection.
2-156-020   Fiduciary duty.
Part 2.  Conflicts of Interest and Improper Influence
2-156-030   Improper influence.
2-156-040   Reserved.
2-156-050   Reserved.
2-156-060   Unauthorized use of real or personal city property.
2-156-070   Use or disclosure of confidential information – Exceptions.
2-156-080   Conflicts of interest; appearance of impropriety.
2-156-090   Representation of other persons.
2-156-100   Post-employment restrictions on assistance and representation.
2-156-105   Post-employment restrictions on lobbying.
2-156-110   Interest in city business.
2-156-111   Prohibited conduct.
2-156-115   Time records for aldermanic staff.
2-156-120   Contract inducements.
2-156-130   Employment of relatives or domestic partners.
2-156-135   Prohibited political activities.
2-156-140   Solicitation or acceptance of political contributions and membership on political fundraising committees.
Part 3.  Gifts and Other Favors
2-156-142   Offering, receiving and soliciting of gifts or favors.
2-156-143   Employee-to-employee gifts.
2-156-144   Disposition of improper gifts.
Part 4.  Ethics Training
2-156-145   Ethics and sexual harassment education.
2-156-146   Lobbyist ethics education seminar.
2-156-148   Education program.
Part 5.  Sexual Harassment
2-156-149   Sexual harassment by officials.
Article III.  Financial Disclosure
2-156-150   Statements of financial interest.
2-156-160   Content of statements.
2-156-170   Form for statement of financial interests.
2-156-180   Filing of statements.
2-156-190   Failure to file statement by deadline.
2-156-200   Failure to file financial statements – Elected officials.
Article IV.  Lobbyist Registration
2-156-210   Persons required to register.
2-156-220   Persons or entities not required to register.
2-156-230   Information required of registrants.
2-156-240   Amendment of registration statements.
2-156-245   Failure to register.
2-156-250   Reports of lobbying activities.
2-156-260   Inactive lobbyists.
2-156-270   Failure to file reports.
2-156-280   Termination of lobbying.
2-156-290   Access to information.
2-156-300   Contingent fees.
2-156-305   Retaining and employing lobbyists who have failed to register.
2-156-308   Duty to report persons who have failed to register.
2-156-309   Lobbyists holding elected office.
Article V.  Board of Ethics
2-156-310   Appointment of members.
2-156-320   Political activities of board members and certain employees.
2-156-330   Chair and vice chair.
2-156-340   Removal of members.
2-156-350   Meetings.
2-156-360   Records.
2-156-370   Compensation.
2-156-380   Powers and duties.
2-156-385   Probable cause finding.
2-156-390   Reserved.
2-156-392   Hearing on the merits – Fines.
2-156-395   Reserved.
2-156-396   Request for reconsideration and appeal.
2-156-400   Confidentiality.
2-156-401   Disclosure of confidential information.
2-156-402   Waivers.
2-156-405   Reserved.
2-156-408   Reserved.
2-156-420   Reserved.
Article VI.  Campaign Financing
2-156-425   Contributions on city property.
2-156-430   Reserved.
2-156-435   Anonymous and pseudonymous contributions.
2-156-440   Reserved.
2-156-445   Limitation of contributing to candidates and elected officials.
2-156-450   Reserved.
2-156-455   Cash contributions.
2-156-450   Reserved.
Article VII.  Penalties for Violation
2-156-465   Sanctions.
2-156-470   Reserved.
2-156-475   Reserved.
2-156-480   Reserved.
2-156-485   Other remedies.
2-156-495   Relationship to other laws.
2-156-500   Sanctions applicable to board of ethics.
2-156-505   Training and filing violations – Executive director's authority.
Article VIII.  Miscellaneous
2-156-510   Invalid actions.
2-156-520   Access to list of current contractors.
2-156-530   Annual public hearing on ethics.