Ethical Practices Board
The Ethical Practices Board (EPB) was created to promote high ethical standards and conduct and foster a healthy ethical culture throughout Minneapolis City government. The EPB came about after the passage in 2003 of the City’s Ethics in Government Code. The Code establishes the EPB and outlines the powers and the duties of the EPB, which include issuing advisory opinions and investigating complaints from City employees and members of the public that the Code has been violated.
The Code sets forth some specific standards below which no City official or employee should violate and, as importantly, sets forth aspirations for ethical conduct that go above and beyond the minimum requirements of the Code.
The regularly scheduled meeting for the Ethical Practices Board is at 3 p.m. on the third Tuesday of January, March, May, July, September and November in City Hall, Room 321, 350 South 5th Street.
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Last updated Sep 18, 2018