Executive Order 2013-01
Citywide Green Stormwater Infrastructure Goal & Implementation Strategy
Directing City departments to coordinate to develop an implementation strategy for managing 700 million gallons of stormwater annually with green stormwater infrastructure approaches by 2025.
Executive Order 2012-02
Creation of the Community Police Commission
Relating to effective and constitutional policing, creating the Community Police Commission and establishing functions and prescribing duties consistent with the Settlement Agreement and Memorandum of Understanding entered into between the United States and the City of Seattle.
Executive Order 2012-01
Compliance with Accessibility Standards
Affirms the City's commitment to local, state and federal accessibility standards and requirements, including recent amendments to federal ADA standards and regulations as they pertain to Title II and Title III entities.
Executive Order 2010-05
Outreach to Women and Minority-Owned Businesses
Requires departments to increase contracting with, and purchasing from, women and minority-owned businesses (WMBEs) by expanding outreach efforts, creating new opportunities, and establishing direct accountability.
Executive Order 2010-04
Consulting contract review
Requires departments to obtain authorization prior to awarding any new consulting contract or consulting contract amendment.
Executive Order 2010-03
Senior-level salary review
Requires departments to obtain authorization for any salary offer for executive, manager, and strategic advisor positions.
Executive Order 2010-02
Requires departments to obtain authorization prior to initiating any hiring process to fill position vacancies.
Executive Order 2010-01
2010 salary freeze for senior-level personnel
Eliminates 2010 salary increase for executives, managers, and strategic advisors. A salary increase of 2.0% was originally scheduled for January 6, 2010.
In compliance with ordinance 123166, the number of furlough days for affected employees is reduced from ten to seven days. Ten unpaid furlough days are equal to 3.8% of salary savings; seven days equals 2.7% savings. As a result of this order, the salary savings for affected employees will be 4.7% in 2010, with base salaries reduced by 2.0% entering 2011.