Financial Reports

Campbell Financial Reports

The City is required annually to have an audit of its financial records performed by an independent certified public accountant. Accordingly, after the close of its fiscal year, the City publishes an Annual Comprehensive Financial Report (ACFR) containing information on the its financial position and results of operations for the past fiscal year and any budgetary variances. The ACFR is prepared to conform to the highest standards of public financial reporting as set forth by the following organizations:

  • Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB)
  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and its Committee on
    Governmental Accounting and Auditing
  • Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada
  • California Society of Municipal Finance Officers

The City’s ACFR has received awards for excellence in financial reporting from National and State organizations.  See Awards.

The ACFR for the most recently completed fiscal year is normally published in December. Previous year’s reports are also available from this page.

Annual Comprehensive Financial Reports

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Debt Management and Disclosure Policy

Debt Management Policy
The City's Debt Management Policy which was approved on February 18, 2020 can be found on this webpage.

Debt Disclosure Policy
The City's Debt Disclosure Policy can be found on this webpage.  The purpose of this Policy is to ensure that the City is in compliance with all applicable federal and state securities laws regarding debt disclosure.  

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Notice to Investors
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