The City of Gahanna is committed to fiscal accountability and transparency with its budgetary and financial information. The Finance department oversees city operations including cash management, debt administration, income tax administration, utility billing, accounts payable, accounts receivable and payroll processing. The City of Gahanna has consistently demonstrated strong financial management and has maintained an AA1 rating by Moody’s Investors Service. Additionally, the City has been recognized by the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) for Excellence in Financial Reporting and has received the Distinguished Budget Award.
Capital Needs 2020-2024 Presented to Council for Review and Recommendations
The Capital Needs Assessment is a critical component of the City’s long-term financial management and forecasting process. In the spring and early-summer of each year, City staff review and update the prior year’s Capital Needs Assessment and document emerging projects and issues in the five-year planning horizon. The updated Capital Needs Assessment is shared with City Council and the public in advance of the budget process, in order to provide ample time to discuss the identified projects and determine which projects should be included in the annual budget request. On July 22, 2019 the updated Capital Needs Assessment was introduced to City Council for review. Click here to view the complete document.
Finance Department Adds Updated Financial Documents
The Finance Department invites you to view two newly added documents.
The City of Gahanna Capital Needs Assessment has been added to the Budget portion of our webpage and is available for viewing here.
The Finance Department Comprehensive Annual Financial Report has been added to the Financial Publications portion of our webpage. The most recent copy of this report maybe be viewed here.
We invite you to explore all publications that are contained in our updated webpage.