The City of Manhattan Beach offers Campaign Finance Disclosure documents online. Data within the public portal allows the public to view campaign disclosure forms as required by the Fair Political Practice Commission. See data submitted online.
The City of Manhattan Beach offers Statements of Economic Interests online. Data within the public portal allows the public to view asset and income disclosures documents to ensure the avoidance of conflicts of interests. Data will be provided starting April 2018 online.
The City of Manhattan Beach uses a digital archiving system known as OnBase. It is used by municipalities nationwide to retrieve and view electronic documents more efficiently and effectively. The City has various public records, such as City Council Agenda Packets, Minutes, Resolutions, Ordinances and Contracts available to view online.
The City of Manhattan Beach is committed to open and transparent government. The City Clerk's Office provides public records in accordance with the California Public Records Act. It is designed to give the public access to information in the possession of public agencies. The Act also provides that public records shall be open for inspection during regular office hours of the agency. Requests for City of Manhattan Beach records may be submitted online.
The City of Manhattan Beach is here 24x7 to serve its citizens. Help is just a few clicks away. To submit a non-emergency request, choose from the City’s numerous topics. If this is an emergency, requiring immediate attention, please call 911. Requests can be submitted anonymously, but entering an e-mail address allows you to receive a confirmation that the request has been received and allows the City to contact you. Check out the City’s Reach Manhattan Beach solution and select a service request as needed.