Elimination of the Sunset on the Temporary Sales Tax FAQ Available Here
The FAQ is intended to provide educational and factual information regarding the elimination of the temporary sales tax sunset. In June 2012, the Glendale City Council approved an increase to the city’s sales tax. Revenue generated from this tax is for the main budget (General Fund) which provides funding for services such as public safety, code compliance, libraries and parks and recreation. On June 24, 2014, the City Council passed an ordinance to remove the sunset and make the sales tax permanent. Click here to view the FAQ
The debt management plan of the city is an analysis of the City’s overall debt structure. This is a plan that is updated on an annual basis and provides City Council and Management with valuable information for planning purposes. Click here to download the Debt Management Plan (pdf)
City of Glendale Finance Department
Finance is responsible for providing financial information to residents, City Council, bondholders, grantor, auditors and other city departments.
The Accounting Division provides accurate and timely financial information and analysis to all internal and external customers. The following financial report for 2008 has not been updated for developments subsequent to the date of the independent auditor’s report.
Have you ever considered doing business with the city of Glendale? It takes a wide variety of products and services to keep our city running. There are universal needs that any organization requires plus needs specific and unique to individual city departments. The city provides general information and guidance for businesses in determining opportunities for doing business with the city. Click here to learn more>>