Finance and Administrative Services


 

Jose A. Gomez
Assistant City Manager / Director of Finance and Administrative Services

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The Finance and Administrative Services Department manages the recording and reporting of financial transactions of the City and its related entities and is responsible for safeguarding the City's financial resources in accordance to the law. The department provides administrative support to the City Council and City Manager and provides the following services to the general public and City employees:

  • Accounting
  • Accounts Payable
  • Accounts Receivable
  • Billing
  • Business License
  • Payroll
  • Purchasing/Warehouse
  • Technology Services
  • Water Billing Services



 Request for Proposal

Due Date

Size 

RFP for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Consultant

June 29th, 2015

155KB

      Questions and Answers for the ERP Consultant RFP - 06-16-2015     61KB
 
 RFP for Storage Area Network (SAN) device 

July 9th, 2015

208KB

      Questions and Answers for the SAN device RFP - 06-22-2015

66KB

      Questions and Answers for the SAN device RFP - 06-23-2015

65KB

      Questions and Answers for the SAN device RFP - 06-24-2015

65KB

      Questions and Answers for the SAN device RFP - 06-25-2015

58KB

      Questions and Answers for the SAN device RFP - 06-25-2015 Addendum 2

70KB



 City Budget Reports

 Size

 City's Approved Budget for Fiscal Year 2014-15 and 2015-16

 11 Megabytes

 City's Approved Budget for Fiscal Year 2013-14

  8 Megabytes

 City's Proposed Budget for Fiscal Year 2012-2013

13 Megabytes

 City's Proposed Preliminary Budget for Fiscal Year 2011-2012

 23 Megabytes

 City's Proposed Budget for Fiscal 2010-2011

 24 Megabytes

 City's Proposed Preliminary Budget for 2009-2010

 27 Megabytes

 City's Revised Budget for 2008-2009

 23 Megabytes

 City's Proposed Budget for Fiscal 2007-2008 and 2008-2009

 24 Megabytes


Investment Policy

Size

FY 2015-2016 Investment Policy

192 KB

City Audit / Financial Reports

 Size

 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for 2014-2015

2.2 Megabytes

 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for 2013-2014

  2.1 Megabytes

 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for 2012-2013

  2.2 Megabytes

 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for 2011-2012

  3.0 Megabytes

 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for 2010-2011

  1.7 Megabytes

 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for 2009-2010

  5.2 Megabytes

 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for 2008-2009

6.2 Megabytes

 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for 2007-2008

5.2 Megabytes



City Single Audit Reports

 Size

 2013-2014 Single Audit Report

857 KB

 2012-2013 Single Audit Report

  169 KB

 2011-2012 Single Audit Report

  177 KB

 2010-2011 Single Audit Report

  181 KB



 City Child Care Audit Reports

 Size

2013-2014 Child Care Audit

1207 KB

 2012-2013 Child Care Audit

  197 KB

 2011-2012 Child Care Audit

  160 KB



 City Housing Authority Reports Size
2014-2015 Low and Moderate Housing Assets Fund Financial Statement as of 06/30/2015 754 KB
 2013-2014 Low and Moderate Housing Assets Fund Financial Statement as of 06/30/2014 752 KB


 Successor Agency Schedules/Reports

 Size

 ROPS 15-16A (July - December 2015)

1001KB

 Admin Budget (January - June 2015)

 218KB

 ROPS 14-15B (January - June 2015)    

1016KB

 Resolution 2014-001 Admin Budget (July - December 2014)

 210KB

 ROPS 14-15A (July - December 2014)

211KB

 Oversight Board - Resolution 2013-019

232KB

 ROPS 13-14B (January - June 2014)

76KB

 ROPS 13-14A (July - December 2013)

69KB

 Low/Moderate Housing Fund Due Diligence Review Report

897KB

ROPS III (January-June 2013)

23KB

ROPS II (July-December 2012)

14KB

 ROPS I (Jan-June 2012)

24KB

 EOPS

16KB






Redevelopment Updates

The State’s action to eliminate redevelopment agencies on February 1st has created a devastating impact on cities across the state, but especially so, for Santa Fe Springs. The loss of this funding source equaled to $32 million and created a $13.4 million gap in the City’s operating budget.

The links below will provide an overview of the process the City has undergone to stabilize the City organization, and plan for the future of this community. 


 Budget Adjustment Recommendations in Response to Elimination of Redevelopment
 City Council Meeting Agenda Report - Feb. 16, 2012 
 City Council Study Session - Feb. 4, 2012 - Redevelopment Elimination PowerPoint Presentation