The Finance Department ensures the financial stability of the city by managing all financial functions in an efficient, cost-effective and responsive manner. The finance department oversees long range strategic financial planning and provides city departments and the public with timely and accurate financial information, while assuring clarity and accountability.
Revenue & Capital Fund Reports
Section 130.09 of the Administrative Code requires the Department of Finance to submit a monthly financial report to City Council and the Controller, showing the financial condition of the various funds of the City, inclusive of the authorized, year-to-date, and monthly expenditures and revenues. To promote full transparency, copies of the monthly report are available below.
Vendor Balance Reports
Section 171.06 of the Administrative Code requires the Department of Finance to annually publish a list of all persons, firms, corporations, associations or other business entities doing in excess of Five Hundred ($500.00) Dollars in business with the City during the past year. These reports are available below
American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 Reports
Under the Interim Final Rule, states, territories, metropolitan cities, counties, and Tribal governments will be required to submit one interim report and thereafter quarterly Project and Expenditure reports through the end of the award period on December 31, 2026. The interim report will include a recipient's expenditures by category at the summary level from the date of award to July 31, 2021 and, for States and territories, information related to distributions to non-entitlement units. Recipients must submit their interim report to Treasury by August 31, 2021. Non-entitlement units of local government are not required to submit an interim report. These reports are available on the ARPA page.
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