Who does the City Attorney work for?
Under the City Charter the City Manager, City Attorney, City Clerk, and City Treasurer are each directly appointed by the City Council and serve at the pleasure of the Council. The City of Anaheim, acting through the City Council, is the client of the City Attorney. The City Attorney, by law, also represents all City officers and employees relating to their acts which are within the course and scope of their employment or official duties.

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1. What is the difference between the City Attorney and the District Attorney?
2. How do I contact the District Attorney?
3. Who does the City Attorney work for?
4. Can the City Attorney represent private citizens who do not have funds to hire a private attorney?
5. Should I report possible crimes or code violations to the City Attorney's Office?
6. I believe I have been damaged by the actions or negligence of the City or 1 of it's employees and wish to file a claim for money damages. How do I do that?