The Florida League of Cities has compiled resources on ethics and civility for municipal elected officials and their employees, in whom citizens have placed their trust.
Florida has very broad laws related to ethics, public meetings and public records, and many cities have adopted additional standards for their officials and employees. Many local governments have also adopted civility pledges to ensure that the public, elected officials and staff follow reasonable rules for public conduct.
This page contains information on ethics and civility publications, training, government agency resources and other tools to assist elected and appointed officials, employees and volunteers.
to learn more about the state-required Continuing Education in Ethics (state law requiring all elected municipal officers to receive four (4) hours of ethics-specific training annually), which is offered at no cost to members through FLC University.