Transparency and Disclosure


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Transparency and Disclosure

Napa County staff members are committed to conducting our business in a manner that is accessible and transparent to our residents. The information below refers primarily to Countywide disclosure and transparency activities or submittals that are required by law. For documents pertaining to a particular Department or program, please visit their web pages.

Submit a Public Records Act (PRA) request (helpful; not required)

The California Public Records Act (Statutes of 1968, Chapter 1473 (California Government Code §§ 6250 through 6276.48) was passed by the California State Legislature and signed by the Governor in 1968 requiring inspection and/or disclosure of governmental records to the public upon request, unless exempted by law. Simply put, it is California's version of the federal Freedom of Information Act.

Read the Conflict of Interest Code

The Conflict of Interest Code deals with disclosure requirements for employees who make or participate in the making of decisions which may forseeably have an effect on their economic interests. It lists which employees must file disclosures and what types of information they must disclose.

Form 806

Form 806 is used to report add'l compensation that elected officials receive when appointing themselves to positions on committees, commissions or boards for public agencies, special districts, or joint powers agencies or authorities.

Most recent Form 806 Board of Supervisors (for previous forms, please contact the Clerk of the Board)

Most recent form 806 City Selection Committee