Personal Financial Disclosure

Financial Disclosure

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Personal Financial Disclosure (PFD) is a statement, completed and filed, by a public official, an employee or a candidate, disclosing the financial interests of themselves, their spouse and any dependent child(ren). Historically used to disclose any potential conflicts of interest between an individual and their subdivision. A filed PFD statement, also known as a Financial Interest Statement, is available to the public upon written request.

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Reporting Schedule


A calendar of upcoming deadlines for filing your personal financial disclosure statement.

Guide to PFD


Use the guide to complete your personal financial disclosure.

Sample Ordinance


A sample of an ordinance/resolution/policy pertaining to conflicts of interest and personal financial disclosure.

Financial Disclosure

FAQ's

View frequently asked questions regarding PFD and filing requirements.

Educational Resources

View a variety of different resources regarding ethics laws, including publications and training opportunities.