Traditional Financial Information

Financial Summary

The following summary data is from the government-wide Statement of Activities in the City’s Annual Comprehensive Financial Report. The government-wide Statement of Activities reports the results of the City’s operations on an accrual basis of accounting. Revenues are recognized when earned and expenses are recognized at the time the liability is incurred.

  Fiscal Year 2020
Per Capita
Revenues & Transfers
   
Governmental Activities:
   
Ad valorem tax
$47,132,177 $432.06
Sales tax
$25,146,874 $230.52
Franchise Fees
$6,470,968 $59.32
Program Revenues
$33,415,417 $306.32
Other revenue
$5,717,192 $52.41
Transfers
$4,511,513 $41.36
Total Governmental Activities
$122,394,141 $1,121.99
     
Business-type Activities:
   
Program revenues
$46,292,411 $424.36
Other revenue
$892,039 $8.18
Transfers
($4,511,513) ($41.36)
Total Business-type Activities
$42,672,937 $391.18
     
Total Revenues
$165,067,078 $1,513.17
     
Expenses:    
Governmental Activities
$89,718,548 $822.45
Business-type Activities
$29,253,319 $268.17
     
Total Expenses
$118,971,867 $1,090.61
     
Changes in Net Position
$46,095,211 $422.55
A graph showing the revenues and expenditures per capita for fiscal years 2014 through 2020.
A graph showing the property tax rate per $100 valuation for fiscal years 2013 through 2020.
A graph showing the full time equivalent employees for fiscal years 2014 through 2020.

General Financial Page (XLS)

Financial Information

  • Annual Comprehensive Financial Report - This report provides a quantitative look at the operating success, financial health, and compliance of the government report units. It includes a balance sheet, a statement of changes in financial position, a statement of revenues and expense, and a comparison of budgeted to actual expenses and revenues.
  • Annual Budget (Electronic Version) - A budget serves as the financial plan for the City. It shows proposed spending and revenue in broad categories by department or by account type.
  • 5-year Capital Improvement Plan - A five year plan of capital investments that reflect the needs identified in the City’s master plans along with reinvestment in the City’s aging infrastructure.
  • Quarterly Reports - Included in this category are the quarterly financial reports, investment reports and 4B Investments.
  • Long Range Financial Forecast - The purpose of the forecast is to provide long-term context for annual decisions that will be made in the formulation of the annual budget and 5-year capital improvement plan.
  • Check Register - A check register is a listing of all payments incurred during a quarter by the City. The check register includes payment date, payment amount, description, and payee.