About the Arts Advisory Committee
On May 15, 2017, the City Council passed Resolution 2017-32 creating the City's first public art committee and Public Art Policy. The mission and purpose of the Arts Advisory Committee is to review, commission, consign and/or recommend for selection art for display in public and private places in accordance with the Public Art Policy.
The Arts Advisory Committee is made up of seven members set to serve for 3 year terms:
- Four members shall be Del Mar residents with priority given to those with an art background
- One business owner giving priority to an art-related business
- One Del Mar Village Association representative
- One representative from the Del Mar Foundation
For more information, including a list of current members and agendas/minutes, visit the Arts Advisory Committee information page.
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 http://www.fppc.ca.gov/
. 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.
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 http://localethics.fppc.ca.gov/login.aspx
. Upon completion of the online training, please provide a copy of the completion certificate to the Administrative Services Department.