Claims, Public Records Requests, Political Reform Act Disclosures and Gift Policy, Subpoenas, and Summons
Filing a Claim with SHRA
Filing a claim with SHRA is a process regulated by state law, and any claim must be filed within the prescribed timeline. A delay in filing could result in a claim being rejected. Most people generally consult with an attorney not connected to SHRA for assistance in filing a claim as SHRA Legal Counsel is unable to provide legal services or advice to the public on these matters. If you wish to file a claim, print and complete the claim form located at the link below and return it to the SHRA’s Risk Management Department by mail or in person to the address below. Claims filed in person are accepted Monday-Friday from 8am to 5pm except for legal holidays. In lieu of using the form below, your own document may be submitted but it must be complete and comply with applicable law. We are unable to accept forms submitted via fax or email. Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency Risk Management Department 801 12th Street Sacramento, CA 95814.
Public Records Request Procedure
SHRA supports the public’s right to access the records created and maintained by SHRA in the course of their normal business. It is our goal to provide service in a transparent manner, which includes timely access to requested records in accordance with the California Public Records Act (PRA), Government Code Sections 6250 to 6270.
How do I make a Public Records Request?
The Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency uses NextRequest public records request portal. This portal allows you to request, track, and access records requests. This web portal will assist you in communicating with the Agency about what records you seek.
The NextRequest platform is intended to facilitate public access to public records under the California Public Records Act (CPRA). Official records are held by Agency departments pursuant to governing document retention schedules.
SHRA Political Reform Act Disclosures and Gift Policy
The Political Reform Act requires designated Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency (SHRA) Staff to disclose financial interests and gifts that may affect their official actions. The information below outlines SHRA’s policies related to the Political Reform Act.
Disclosures The Political Reform Act requires public officials to disclose assets and income which may be materially affected by their official actions. The Act requires governmental agencies to ensure that their public officials (council, board, and commission members, employees, and consultants) disclose their interests on or before the statutory deadlines. The Agency Clerk is the Official Filing Officer for SHRA, and is responsible for the collection, maintenance, and protection of filing and disclosure documents. Additionally the Clerk is responsible for ensuring that the public has adequate access to these materials as prescribed by the California Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC). Such disclosures that apply to SHRA include the Statement of Economic Interests Disclosure (Form 700), Gift to Agency Report (Form 801), and Tickets Provided by Agency Report (Form 802).
Conflict of Interest Code and Ethics Policy Under the Political Reform Act, all public agencies are required to adopt a Conflict of Interest Code (Code). The Code designates positions required to file the Statements of Economic Interests Form (Form 700), and assigns disclosure categories specifying the types of interests to be reported. In addition, SHRA has adopted an Ethics Policy that describes SHRA’s expectations for ethical and responsible behavior for all staff. Conflict of interest code, Designated Employee list, disclosure categories 2020
Statement of Economic Interests (SEI) Disclosure/Form 700 The Political Reform Act requires public officials to disclose a portion of their personal financial information, so that the public may be confident that the official is not using his/her decision making authority to affect his/her personal financial interests. The Form 700 is a public document intended to alert public officials and members of the public to the types of financial interests that may create conflicts of interests. The filing of financial disclosure forms are managed through the Agency Clerk’s office. If you have questions or would like to view filed statements, please contact Vickie Smith, Agency Clerk, at (916) 440-1363 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Agency Gift Policy/Form 801 and 802 SHRA has an adopted policy which governs the receipt of Gifts, and the Distribution, Use and Reporting of Tickets and Passes Given for SHRA. There are two types of Form 800 disclosure filings that are required by the Political Reform Act that relate to SHRA employees. The policy contains, the following:
• A provision setting forth the governmental purposes of the Agency to be accomplished by the distribution of event passes or tickets;
• A provision requiring that the distribution of any ticket or pass by the Agency to, or at the behest of, an SHRA official to accomplish a public purpose of the Agency; and
• A provision prohibiting the transfer by any SHRA official of any ticket or pass, distributed to such official pursuant to the Agency policy, to any other person, other than members of the official’s immediate family solely for their personal use.
FORM 801 – GIFT TO AGENCY REPORT [Title 2, Div 6, CA Code of Regulations 18944.2]. This form is used by local government agencies to disclosure payments made to the agency when the payment provides a personal benefit to an official of the agency. The policy and filed forms are required to be posted on the Agency’s website for public inspection.
FORM 802 – TICKETS PROVIDED BY AGENCY REPORT [Title 2, Div 6, CA Code of Regulations 18944.1]. This form is used by local government agencies to disclose the distribution (to an agency official) of tickets or passes that allow admission to facilities, events, shows or performances for entertainment, amusement, recreational, or similar purposes. The policy and filed forms are required to be posted on the SHRA website for public inspection.
If you have questions, please contact Amber Alexander, Agency Clerk, at email@example.com.
Legal Document Serving (Subpoenas and Summons)
All legal papers, such as summons and subpoenas, to be served to the Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency should be delivered to:
Agent for Service: Amber Alexander, Agency Clerk or Rachel Fune, Assistant Agency Clerk
Agency Clerk’s Office
801 12th Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
Regular business hours, 8 am – 5 pm, Monday through Friday, and let the front desk know you are a process server. Staff from the Clerk’s Office will be notified and will come and accept the service.
A $15 fee is required for all subpoenas and a notice of consumer form directed to each person whose records you are requesting. Subpoenas will not be accepted without this fee and form attached at the time of service.