If you ever wondered how much a city or county employee makes, a new tool provides answers.
The list includes everyone from a library clerk to the San Diego City Attorney to the San Diego County Sheriff. It doesn't name names but it gives a salary range for thousands of positions.
In August, the state controller announced new requirements for cities and counties to submit wage and compensation data to his office.
Eighty-three percent of cities and counties complied with these new reporting requirements.
The site, launched yesterday, offers information on 594,000 public employees and contract workers throughout California.
Take a look at a few numbers from San Diego.
The City Attorney's salary ranges from $73,000 to more than $291,000. The minimum and maximum listed for Fire and Police Chief ranges from $59,000 to more than $224,000.
The city's Lifeguard Chief makes up to $172,000.
In fact, most city deputy director positions had this range -- including deputy director for the city's golf courses, libraries and environmental services.
Department Directors also had a similar range. For human resources, the maximum salary exceeds $224,000.
A list of cities and counties that failed to submit information can also be found on the website. Those places could face a penalty fine of $5,000.
The controller says they'll continue to update the website once a week, as more salary reports come in.