City of Rockford
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Debt Service 2020-21 - Projected Budget Report Fiscal Year 2020 - Performance Dashboard 2020 - Citizen's Guide Financial Dashboard
About Government Finance
Governmental finance can be broken down into three primary functions:
The City’s annual budget preparation begins in January of each year and ends in May with the adoption of the budget. The City’s fiscal year begins July 1 and ends on June 30. Careful budgeting allows the City to provide the services the citizen’s require, while living within our resources.
2020-2021 Budget | 2019-2020 Budget | 2018-2019 Budget | 2017-2018 Budget | 2016-2017 Budget | 2015-2016 Budget
Annually, after the completion of the fiscal year, the City’s independent auditors complete a review of City finances and operations. The goal of the audit is to receive a “clean audit opinion”. We are happy to report the City has always received a clean opinion.
2020 Audit | 2019 Audit | 2018 Audit | 2017 Audit | 2016 Audit | 2015 Audit | 2014 Audit
Financial Record Keeping/Investments
This area encompasses many functions:
The Finance Department works diligently to provide the lowest cost products and services while protecting the funds entrusted to us.
2020 Retirement System Summary Annual Report
2019 Retirement System Summary Annual Report
2017 Retirement System Summary Annual Report
Public Act 202 of 2017 Pension Report
2016 Retirement System Summary Annual Report
The City of Rockford provides all financial, accounting and record keeping for the North Kent Sewer Authority and the Rockford Area Community Endowment.
North Kent Sewer Authority
About the Department
The goal of the Finance Department is to provide the highest level of service, at the lowest possible cost while protecting and managing the financial activities for the City of Rockford. Our staff performs the following key functions:
The Finance Department is located off the main lobby of City Hall.
Contact City Finance Director Linda Lehman directly at 616-951-7525