Seattle Municipal Code Table of Contents

Title 4  PERSONNEL

This title is intended for those provisions of the Code which relate to City employees.
  • Chapters:
  • 4.04      Personnel Regulations
  • 4.08      Public Safety Civil Service
  • 4.10      Limited Duty Assignments—Pregnancy
  • 4.13      Exemptions from Civil Service Systems
  • 4.14      Executive Recruiting
  • 4.16      Code of Ethics
  • 4.18      Enforcement of Federal Immigration Laws
  • 4.20      Compensation and Working ConditionsGenerally
  • 4.21      Standby Duty
  • 4.24      Sick Leave
  • 4.26      Family and Medical Leave
  • 4.28      Funeral Leave
  • 4.30      Documentation of Eligibility for Certain Uses of Sick Leave and Funeral Leave
  • 4.33      Sabbatical Leave Program
  • 4.34      Vacations
  • 4.36      City Employees' Retirement System
  • 4.38      Deferred Compensation Plan
  • 4.40      City Unemployment Insurance Program
  • 4.44      Disability Compensation
  • 4.50      Administration of Benefit Programs
  • 4.64      Defense of City Officers and Employees
  • 4.70      Reimbursement for Use of Personal Automobiles
  • 4.72      Travel Expenses
  • 4.76      Moving and Security Expenses for Certain Employees
  • 4.77      Drug-free Workplace and Drug and Alcohol Testing
  • 4.78      Workplace Violence Prevention Program
  • 4.79      City of Seattle Employee Safe Driving Program
  • 4.80      Affirmative Action Plan
  • 4.86      Seattle Works! Excellence Awards Program
  • 4.88      Service Award Program
  • 4.94      Safety and Performance Awards
  • 4.96      Recognition of Volunteers
  • 4.100    Salary Reduction Agreements
Statutory Reference: for Charter provisions regarding civil service regulations, see Charter Art. XVI.
Statutory Reference: For Charter provisions regarding salaries, see Charter Art. XVII.
Statutory Reference: For statutory provisions on retirement of personnel in first-class cities, see RCW Ch. 41.28; for Charter provisions authorizing the City to provide a retirement system for its officers and employees, see Charter Art. XXII, § 13.
Statutory Reference: For statutory provisions making the State Employment Security Act applicable to political subdivisions, see RCW Ch. 50.44.
Statutory Reference: For statutory provisions on industrial insurance, see RCW Title 51.