Transparency in Government Spending

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Brian-DalkeIt's the goal of the City of Goodyear to provide taxpayer value and we want to make it an open and transparent process. The information available to you will give you an understanding as to how tax dollars are invested to develop and maintain your City projects, programs and services.Our hope is to make this new feature a benefit for you, so please send us your feedback. 

Sincerely, 

Brian Dalke, City Manager 

City of Goodyear

 

City and Town Budgets: 

Your Input Matters! 

Every year by mid-July, each of our Arizona cities and towns are required by law to adopt a balanced budget that is open to citizen input and participation.

Every resident can have a voice in deciding what the budget will be spent on and how it will be paid for in the months before it is adopted.

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The City is currently developing the budget for Fiscal Year 14-15, which will begin on July 1, 2014. 
There will be a number of work sessions with the City Council between March and May as the budget development process progresses. These work sessions are a great way for you to be informed and weigh in on the priorities and direction for the City for next year. 

Highlights of information are posted below, including links to meeting presentations, videos, and minutes. Future meeting agenda items can be found on the Meetings & Agendas section of the city’s website.

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Reports & Links:

Annual Budgets 

Annual Development Impact Fee Report 

Annual Financial Reports (CAFR) 

Arizona Department of Administration General Accounting Office 

Capital Improvement Program 

Monthly AP Summary and Detail Reports

Monthly Expenditures 

Monthly Revenues 

Property Valuation and Taxes

Quarterly Financial Summary 

User Fee Schedule