Access to information related to city finances is an important component of local government transparency. Information is available for the following topics:
- Audited Financial Statements (CAFR)
- SB1600 Annual Report
- Capital Improvement Program (PDF)
- City Budget
- Measure E
- Measure F
- Measure J
- Measure V
- Staff Compensation Report
- General Fund Reserve Policy
- CalPERS and Other Post-Employment Benefits (OPEB) Cost Projections
- Gateway Engineer's Report FY2021-22
- Gibson Ranch Engineer's Report FY2021-22
- North Park Engineer's Report FY2021-22
- Spring Lake Engineer's Report FY2021-22
- Streng Pond Engineer's Report FY2021-22
- West Wood Unit No. 1 Engineer's Report FY2021-22
Financial Transparency Portal
The City of Woodland's financial transparency portal provides the public with improved access to the City’s financial information. This interactive tool, hosted by OpenGov, allows taxpayers and other stakeholders to quickly and easily explore the City’s current and historical revenues and expenditures. At the touch of a button, users can create, analyze, and download customized reports summarizing up-to-date financial information. This resource is a part of the City's ongoing effort to enhance transparency and public engagement in city government.
A few links to get you started:
- What does the City spend its money on?
- Where does the City's revenue come from?
- Where does the City's General Fund revenue come from?
- How have tax revenues performed over time?
- How much does the City collect in Property Taxes?
- How have the City's Operating Expenditures changed over time?
- How have the City's Salaries and Benefits changed over time?
- How have total expenditures changed over time?
- Where does the City spend its General Fund revenue?
- What is the City's Annual OPEB Contribution?
- What is the City's Annual Retirement Contribution?