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The Finance department oversees all of the city's financial operations, which include the municipal income tax, city budget, annual appropriations, accounts payable, debt and investment management and payroll.
The City of Gahanna is a conservative, well-run city with the City Council and Administration mindful of all financial decisions. This is demonstrated by the Moody's Bond Rating of Aa1 and the City having one of the lowest real estate tax millage of 2.4 mills and an income tax rate of 1 1/2%.
Finance Department News
Jennifer Teal has received approval from Gahanna’s City Council to add Assistant City Administrator to her current role as Director of Finance. Teal officially began her duties as Assistant City Administrator on Monday, March 16, 2015. The position was unanimously approved during the March 2nd City Council meeting.
During the December 15 Council meeting, the City’s 2015 budget was unanimously passed by Gahanna City Council. The 2015 budget will fund pool operations for Hunters Ridge Pool and Gahanna Swimming Pool through the City’s use of excess General Fund balance.
The City of Gahanna has released its first Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) for 2013. Click here to view a copy of the full report.
The City of Gahanna is committed to keeping communication lines open with residents. In our continuing efforts to provide timely and factual information, we have created this guide to help you understand how the City’s finances are structured.
The City of Gahanna has refinanced bonds from 2005, the total cash savings throughout the life of the bonds will be $1.06 million. From 2014 to 2030, the City will see an average annual cash savings of $58,000 to $62,000.