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Conflict of Interest Policy

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Conflict of Interest Policy

Our Conflict of Interest Policy was recently updated with a number of changes which will come into effect on June 1, 2019. These changes were made to help you, as a City employee, more clearly understand the policy. The revised policy keeps pace with legislation and best practices across the broader public sector.​

The Conflict of Interest Policy serves to build and protect citizen trust

The City of Calgary’s Conflict of Interest Policy is a resource for all City employees, providing guidance regarding situations that may become a conflict of interest. As public servants, we are expe​​cted to put personal and private interests aside when performing our role. Our decisions cannot be influenced by others, or appear biased.

Should a conflict of interest arise, you can refer to the revised policy and this website to walk through the reporting and disclosure process. Complying with the Conflict of Interest Policy protects your reputation and that of The City.

Each of us is responsible for understanding the policies in the Code of Conduct, including the Conflict of Interest Policy, and behave accordingly. Collectively, our actions allow us to act with integrity and protect the trust we have built with citizens.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

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