The intent of this report is to capture salary, compensation and benefit information for every compensated employee in the city.
This report is run for employees who received W2's for the indicated calendar years.
The Santa Monica Police Department Call for Service information includes requests for police service made by the public, as well as officer-initiated activity. The Call for Service information provided on the Open Data portal dates back to January 1, 2006 and is updated daily. The Police Department continues to make the Daily Calls for Service Report available on their website.
Maximum Allowable Rent values are based on rents reported by current or past property owners that have not been independently verified. Thus, we provide this information as a convenience only; it is not legally binding on landlords, tenants, or the Rent Control Agency.
The Maximum Allowable Rent values listed presume the owner is in compliance with the Rent Control Charter Amendment (Article XVIII of the City Charter) and the Rent Control Regulations promulgated thereunder. In addition to these Maximum Allowable Rent values, a tenant's rent can include applicable Rent Control registration fees or surcharges (Community College Bond, Unified Schools Bond, Stormwater Management User Fee, Clean Beaches & Ocean Parcel Tax, and School District Parcel Tax).