Financial Services


  • Budget development and administration
  • Accounting to include payroll, vendor payments, and financial reporting
  • Revenue collections, cash management, and investments
  • Debt administration
  • Purchasing and contracts administration
  • Warehousing, inventory ordering, distribution and control
  • Cashiers
  • Grants Administration and Community Improvements (SHIP/CDBG)

Frequently Asked Questions


CAFR stands for Comprehensive Annual Financial Report . A CAFR is a set of financial statements for a state, municipality or other governmental entity that comply with the accounting requirements established by the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB). It must be audited by an independent auditor using generally accepted government auditing standards.

The CAFR consists of three sections: Introductory, Financial and Statistical.

The Introductory section orients and guides the reader through the report. The Financial section presents the entity’s basic financial statements as well as notes to the statements and the independent auditors’ report. The Statistical section provides additional financial and statistical data, including data about financial trends that may better inform the reader about the government’s activities.