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Opportunity to Serve on the City's Finance Committee

The City of Del Mar is recruiting for volunteers to serve on the City's Finance Committee. For more information, please visit:

The deadline to apply is June 23, 2017. 

About the Finance Committee

The nine-member Finance Committee reviews the annual budget, quarterly financial reports, and the annual audited financial statements and the city’s investment policy. The Committee also researches and reports on financial issues of interest to the City Council. Examples of some of the Finance Committee’s reports include:

  • Analysis of Law Enforcement Alternatives
  • Long-Range Financial Planning 
  • Establishment of a Pension Reserve 
  • Analysis and Recommendations on City Financing Capacity for the City Hall Project 
  • Review of the Budget and Financial Statements 
  • Review of Rates and Charges 
  • Analysis and Development of New Revenue Sources 
  • Analysis of Underutilized City Property
For more information, including a list of current members and agendas/minutes, visit the Finance Committee information page.

Ready to Apply?

Interested citizens should complete a Citizen Interest Form and submit it to the City of Del Mar’s Administrative Services Department. There are multiple options to complete the form:

Forms should be submitted to City of Del Mar, Administrative Services Department, 2010 Jimmy Durante Blvd., Suite 120, Del Mar.  

Volunteer Requirements 

Form 700
The Political Reform Act (Government Code Sections 81000-91015) requires certain individuals to publicly disclose their personal assets and income by completing a Form 700 to ensure there are no financial conflicts of interest created by their new appointment. Forms 700s are filed annually in April and upon assuming or leaving office.

For information about the Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) Form 700 please go to The Assuming Office Form 700 must be filed within thirty (30) days of assuming office or ten (10) days for Planning Commission or Design Review Board appointments. The Form 700 should be filed with the Administrative Services Department. 

Ethics Training 
Assembly Bill 1234 requires members of City boards, commissions, and committees complete two hours of ethics training after being appointed and every two years.   Free ethics training is provided by the FPPC, and can be accessed online at Upon completion of the online training, please provide a copy of the completion certificate to the Administrative Services Department.  
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