Form 700


Consistent with state regulations, each person identified in the County of Napa Conflict of Interest Code (PDF) as a "public official identified in California Government Code Section 87200" or as a "designated employee" shall file with the Election Division a Statement of Economic Interests (Form 700). The intent of the Form 700 is to ensure that decision makers are not using their authority to affect personal financial interests.

The Election Division collects and maintains Form 700s, as well as provides public access to them. These forms are filed on an annual basis, and upon assuming or leaving office. The County uses an electronic filing system called eDisclosure for conflict of interest disclosure statements. Access to the public portal to review forms, and for individual to file forms may be found via the links below:

County of Napa Disclosure Docs eRetrieval (public portal to view forms)

County of Napa eDisclosure System (for Form 700 Filers)

Statements filed prior to the 2018-2019 filing period are available at the Napa County Election Division or by contacting (707) 253-4321.

87200 Filers

Following are the County of Napa officials identified in Section 87200 of the California Government Code.

Supervisor District

  • Supervisor District 1 - Joelle Gallagher
  • Supervisor District 2 - Ryan Gregory
  • Supervisor District 3 - Anne Cottrell
  • Supervisor District 4 - Alfredo Pedroza
  • Supervisor District 5 - Belia Ramos


  • District Attorney - Jennifer "Allison" Haley
  • Napa County Treasurer-Tax Collector - Robert G. Minahen
  • Chief Executive Officer - Ryan Alsop
  • County Counsel - Sheryl Bratton

Planning Commissioners

  • Planning Commissioner - Kara Brunzell
  • Planning Commissioner - Dave Whitmer
  • Planning Commissioner - Heather Phillips
  • Planning Commissioner - Andrew Mazotti
  • Planning Commissioner - Megan Dameron

The Statement of Economic Interests is due annually on April 1st. The period covered is the prior calendar year.

Statements of Economic Interests for some state and local government agency officials can be viewed in electronic format on the Fair Political Practices Commission's (FPPC’s) website.