The Finance Office is responsible for the administration of the city’s centralized fiscal activities, including the uniform accounting and financial system, financial reporting, system support for the centralized financial applications, cash investment management, cash receipts, special assessments, fixed assets accounting and reporting, revenue collection, and expenditure control.
Budgets & Financial Reports
The Finance Office provides a Budget Book each year outlining the upcoming financial resources and appropriations. The Long Term Capital Plan provides a list of capital improvement infrastructure and equipment purchases requested for future years.
2020 Budget Book
2019 Budget Book
Long Term Capital Plan Book:
The Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) gives an overview of the city financial position as of the end of the fiscal year.
Comprehensive Annual Financial Report:
The Cash Management & Investment Report outlines the investments, what financial institutions hold those investments as of the end of the fiscal year, and the cash position of each fund. View the most recent Cash Management and Investment Report.
Anyone wishing to conduct a raffle must meet the requirements and fill out the Application of Notice of Intent to Hold Bingo Game or Lottery. An example of a lottery would be selling changes to win such as 50/50 tickets or raffle tickets. All applications must be submitted to the Finance Office at least 30 days prior to the first date of sales.
The Finance Office is responsible for all city run elections on odd numbered years. The next City Election is scheduled for June of 2019. Petitions, ward maps and instructions are available at the Finance Office in City Hall for anyone interested in running for City Office.
If you have any questions, please contact Kristen Bobzien, City Finance Officer at 605-882-6203.