Finance Report – December 2019

Click here to be taken to the December 2019 Financial Report, which includes information for all funds and departments.

Total water shut-offs for non-payment during the month was 25.

To date, the Public Safety Fee has brought in $90,742.46. At this rate, we will be on target to meet revenue projects for the current biennium.

Additional financial updates will be provided at the Council Goal Setting meeting, scheduled for January 15th.

Finance Report – October 2019

Click here to be taken to the Octoberber 2019 Financial Report, which includes information for all funds and departments.

Total water shut-offs for non-payment during the month was 18, a decrease of 14 from the prior month.

Transition with staff still continue in the Finance Department as we navigate the day to day duties with one less staff person. Recruitment is currently underway for the City Recorder/Management Analyst position, so I am hopeful that we can get someone on board soon.

The City of Sandy received our 28th Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting from the Government Finance Officers Association this month. Thank you to the Finance staff for their hard work in ensuring we accurately and timely record all financial activity.

Finance Report – September 2019

Click here to be taken to the September 2019 Financial Report, which includes information for all funds and departments.

Total water shut-offs for non-payment during the month was 32, an increase of 1 from the prior month.

The Public Safety Fee was successfully implemented this billing period, with a total of $22,635.66 in revenue received as of September 30th. 

Finance Report – August 2019

Click here to be taken to the August 2019 Financial Report, which includes information for all funds and departments.

Total water shut-offs for non-payment during the month was 31, an increase of 8 from the prior month. This number fluctuates monthly, but is typically on the high end every other month, with customers who routinely find themselves on the shut-off list.

Finance Report – July 2019

Click here to be taken to the July 2019 Financial Report, which includes information for all funds and departments.

Total water shut-offs for non-payment during the month was 23, an increase of 15 from the prior month. This number fluctuates monthly, but is typically on the high end every other month, with customers who routinely find themselves on the shut-off list.

As previously mentioned, Finance Department staff continue to manage the municipal court process while our Court Clerk is out. Unfortunately, the Court Clerk has decided to resign from her position to focus on her family, so the department is looking at ways to restructure the current staff, and fill in gaps where needed. Additional information on staffing levels and potential recruitment to come.

Finance Report – June 2019

Click here to be taken to the June 2019 Financial Report, which includes information for all funds and departments.

Total water shut-offs for non-payment during the month was 8, a decrease of 16 from the prior month.

Finance Department staff continue to manage the municipal court process while our Court Clerk is out. It has been a great learning experience for us to dig deep into court and gain a better understanding of the overall process.

The budget for BN 2019-2021 was adopted on June 3rd! The Finance Director and City Manager appreciate the work that department directors put into to creating their budgets, and thank the Budget Committee and Council for the thorough review and discussion related to the budget.

The department is working diligently on year end tasks, and are looking forward to the new fiscal year. The annual audit will take place in August, and the department expects it to go very smoothly. More information to come as we get further into the summer months.

Last, but not least, Karey Milne and Tyler Deems represented the Finance and Administration departments at the Longest Day Parkway. There was a great turnout and quite a bit of interest in our branded coffee mug and hat raffle!

 

Finance Report – May 2019

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Total water shut-offs for non-payment during the month was 24, an increase of seven from the prior month.

The Court Clerk is out on maternity leave and the finance staff have been pulling double duty to work the front counter and administer all municipal court functions. Things are going well, and overall it’s been a pretty smooth transition. Citation numbers are up, and revenue has been coming in strong the past three months.

The second Budget Committee meeting was held on May 6th at 6:00 pm. This meeting included information on the City and the Urban Renewal Agency. The proposed budget documents can be found here.  



Finance Report – April 2019

Click here to be taken to the April 2019 Financial Report, which includes information for all funds and departments.

Total water shut-offs for non-payment during the month was 17, an increase of one from the prior month.

The Court Clerk is out on maternity leave and the finance staff have been pulling double duty to work the front counter and administer all municipal court functions. Things are going well, and overall it’s been a pretty smooth transition. Citation numbers are up, and revenue has been coming in strong the past two months.

The first Budget Committee meeting was held on April 29th at 6:00 pm. The City Manager delivered the budget message and the major drivers that impacted the budget. Department Directors provided the committee with information on their individual budgets. The next meeting will be held on May 6th at 6:00 pm.

Finance Report – March 2019



Click here to be taken to the March 2019 Financial Report, which includes information for all departments.

Total water shut-offs for non-payment during the month was 16, a decrease of one from the prior month.

Department Directors have submitted their proposed budgets to the City Manager for review. These budgets have received minor tweaks, and are in the process of being placed into the formal budget document that will be presented to the Budget Committee.

The first Budget Committee meeting will be held on April 29th, followed by a second meeting on May 6th.

Budget Committee applications will be accepted until April 5th. Once the postings close, the final application list will be forwarded to Council for appointment (which will take place during the April 15th Council meeting).

Finance Report – February 2019

Click here to be taken to the February 2019 Financial Report, which includes information for all departments.

Total water shut-offs for non-payment during the month was 17, a decrease of three from the prior month.

The Finance Department finalized a Plan of Action related to the Fiscal Year 2018 audit. Additionally, the department implemented a new Administration of Federal Awards policy, which outlines how any award with Federal funding is selected, awarded, and administered.

Department Directors have received their budget worksheets, and are working on drafting their proposed budgets for their departments. These proposed budgets will go before the Budget Officer (City Manager) for review. Once the Budget Officer has finalized these budgets, the final proposals will go before the Budget Committee.

Speaking of Budget Committee, we still have openings! If you know someone who has interest in serving, please direct them to the City’s website to complete an application.