Part of our job is to assist residents in understanding their local government's revenues and expenditures. We publish a number of reports and provide on-line resources for our citizens to see where the money is coming from and where the money is utilized.
The varied reports are to meet the various requirements of Nevada Revised Statutes and requests by citizens. Specific financial documents or transactions are available for viewing at Reno City Hall located at 1 East First Street. Please make an appointment by calling the City Clerk's Office at (775) 334-2030 or the City Finance Department at (775) 334-2080.
Below are a number of different resources that provide financial information.
State law requires that local governments undergo an annual audit of their financial statements by independent certified public financial accountants. The Finance Department invites you to examine the City of Reno's Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports (CAFR).
Nevada Administrative Code Chapter 268 requires local governments to publish a "statement of the finances of the city" that reports total receipts and disbursements for the most recent quarter and for the fiscal year to date. The Finance Department invites you to examine the City of Reno's most recent quarterly statement.
You may obtain information related to the receipts and disbursement contained in this report by contacting the City of Reno City Clerk's Office in writing at P.O. Box 1900, Reno, NV 89505; by phone at (775) 334-2030; or in person at 1 East First Street, 2nd Floor, Reno, NV 89501.
- 1st Quarter
- 2nd Quarter
- 3rd Quarter
- 4th Quarter
The Monthly Financial/Investment Reports are summaries of the City’s unaudited financial reports. This report is intended to increase knowledge and transparency on the City of Reno’s financial condition.
It is important to understand the information presented in these reports are unaudited. While the City makes every effort to provide accurate and complete information, City financial information is very dynamic in nature, and may fluctuate substantially based on the time of year, and the time between data update cycles and posting of data. The City provides no warranty, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy, reliability or completeness of furnished data.
For official audited financial records please see the City of Reno’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report.
|FY 2020 Reports|
In compliance with NRS 350.013 the City, which issues general obligation debt, is required annually to file a written statement of debt management policy with the Nevada Dept of Taxation. The City believes this policy may be of interest to the citizens of Reno as the policy lists all general obligation debt, the sources of the debt's repayment, and information regarding the assessed valuation of property upon which property tax is imposed.
Questions regarding the Debt Management Policy can be directed to the City's Finance Department by calling (775) 334-2080 or in writing at City of Reno, Finance Dept, PO Box 1900, Reno, NV 89505-1900.
The purpose of an actuarial is to assess the workers compensation liabilities and the post retirement medical liabilities for the City of Reno and provide disclosure information regarding those liabilities.
- Actuarial Report on the Self-Insured Workers Compensation Program of The City of Reno As of June 30, 2016
- Actuarial Report on the Self-Insured Workers Compensation Program of The City of Reno—Fire Department As of June 30, 2016
- Actuarial Report on the Self-Insured Workers Compensation Program of The City of Reno—Police Department As of June 30, 2016
- Actuarial Valuation of the Other Post-Employment Benefit Programs As of July 1, 2015