The City of Villa Park believes that information regarding employee compensation be readily available to the public, and in an effort to provide the compensation of staff, we have placed the following information on the City’s website. Please note: Villa Park City Councilmembers do not receive compensation.
Currently, the Villa Park staff consists of nine employees: five full-time and four part-time. Other functions and most City services are provided by contract.
Full-Time Employees (Monday thru Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.)
- City Manager/City Clerk Steve Franks
- Senior Management Analyst Kim Chaudhry
- Management Analyst Alyssa Manassero
- Maintenance Supervisor Mike Knowles
- Maintenance Worker Miguel Pola
Part-Time Employees (Hours vary)
- Finance Director Lee Siow
- Building Official Bill Tarin
- Planning Assistant Justin Urbanski
- Staff Assistant Laura Russell
- Staff Assistant Ashlea Houston
All City employees are unrepresented and their salaries and benefits are established by resolution which is adopted annually by the City Council. The City Manager’s Salary and benefits are established separately by contract.
|J.H. Douglas & Associates
||Housing Element Update
|Gruber and Lopez, Inc
||Audit, Tax and Advisory Services
|Rutan and Tucker
||City Attorney, City Attorney Services
||City Engineer, General Engineering Services
|Sage Crest Planning + Environmental
||Planning Director, General Planning Services
|John L. Hunter and Associates
||NPDES MS4 Permit Services
|Orange County Sheriff-Coroner
||Law Enforcement Services
|Orange Country Fire Authority
||Fire Protection, Prevention and Suppression Services
|Republic Waste Services
|City Clerk Management Services, Inc.
||City Clerk Services
|California Yellow Cab
||Taxi Services for SMP Program
Statement of Economic Interests - Form 700
The Political Reform Act ("PRA"), also known as the Conflict of Interest Code, requires designated public officials to file a Statement of Economic Interests ("SEI"), Form 700 (aka Conflict of Interest Statement). The purpose is to disclose assets and income which may be materially affected by their official actions.
To search for Form 700 local statements, click here.
Form 806 – Public Official Appointments
The Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) requires each agency to post a single Form 806 (FPCC Regulation 18705.5 amended March 2012). Form 806 reports additional compensation that officials receive when appointing themselves to positions on other boards, commissions or committees of a public agency, special district, and joint power agency/authorities. Each agency must post a single Form 806 listing all paid appointed positions including the date appointed, length of term and stipend amount. For information about Form 806 visit California's Fair Political Practices Commission website.
Catalog of Enterprise Systems
In compliance with California Government Code Section 6270.5, the City is required to post a Catalog of Enterprise Systems. The catalog is a list of all the City’s major business systems except those that are specifically excluded from publication under the statute. The catalog includes the rough time period over which the data is collected and updated.
Find below, all the documents associated with the City of Villa Park's Transparency.