Policy and Procedure # 28: Honorariums
An employee who receives a stipend or honorarium shall surrender it to the City if:
- The employee was authorized to provide the service or assistance to another public agency or private organization.
- The activity was conducted on City time.
The service or assistance provided shall not violate Policy #29, Business Code of Ethics or Section 1.3.104 Gifts, City Code of Ethics.
Employees may not be:
- Required to provide a favor for another employee
- Coerced to make a contribution for an employee gift
Policy and procedure # 36: Bulletin Boards
Each Department shall designate official bulletin boards in sufficient numbers to assure that all employees have daily access to posted information. Each employee is required to read and/or have knowledge of information that is posted on official bulletin boards.
Bulletin boards within common areas of public access are designated official City bulletin boards. Information posted on official bulletin boards must pertain to official City business or activities.
If a department chooses, it may provide bulletin boards mounted in non-public areas, such as cafeterias and break rooms, for the limited purpose of posting announcements or notices of community events and activities and/or announcements of an upcoming event or sale, as well as official announcements. The department may establish further limitations for the posting of such items.
No posted notice or message may promote a personal opinion or a political, illegal or offensive agenda or material.
Electronic Bulletin Boards/Electronic Classified
If a department chooses, it may establish electronic bulletin boards for official use and/or for Postings that are limited to announcements or notices of community events or of an upcoming event or current event or sale. The department may establish further limitations for the posting of such items.
No posted notice or message may promote a personal opinion, political, illegal or offensive agenda or material.
Policy and Procedure # 38: Search and Seizure
An employee may be subject to a search involving work site, a City-assigned piece of equipment or property, and other items within their personal possession in certain circumstances while on City-owned or City-leased property to the extent allowed by law. During such a search, City property in the unlawful or unauthorized possession of the employee may be confiscated.