Welcome to City of Warren’s Economic Vitality and Transparency dashboard, which contains a layman’s illustration of both the city’s fiscal health, and performance indicators of the services we provide. We are pleased to offer to the public an easy-to-understand analysis of how our local government functions, and how your money is allocated.
These financial and performance measures are the outcome of an initiative Mayor Jim Fouts began in 2008, through the creation of a data-driven program called CitiStat. While balancing economic conditions with effective and efficient delivery of services, CitiStat has been a tool for the Mayor to monitor ongoing city departmental functions, eliminate waste, and quickly make decisions with a timely and ongoing pursuit of his vision and strategy.
With one click on a dashboard module, you will be provided with information about our city, its financial health, results of citizen surveys and useful maps of vital assets. These modules are ever-changing as information unfolds throughout the year.
Fiscal information is based upon audited budgetary documents, and simplified in accordance with Governor Snyder’s mandate by use of the Munetrix database that provides municipal graphs and charts directly from reports filed directly with the State of Michigan.
Performance measures are updated nearly in real-time by QALERT for citizen response and service queries, as well as a custom Data Dashboard created between CitiStat and the Wayne State University Center for Urban Studies. Our dashboard will also contain additional information that is specific to Warren, and of importance to its residents and leaders.
We are also happy to share the results of our bi-annual Cobalt Community Research Citizen Satisfaction Surveys, Michigan State Benchmarking with other communities, and further analysis with our partners at the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments (SEMCOG).
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Munetrix™ is a web based information source designed to give easy-to-understand access to sometimes confusing financial information for municipal governments. The tool allows for building long-term financial forecasts and trend analysis including fiscal indicator scores, best-practice benchmarking and peer group comparisons.
- Fiscal 2012 general fund revenues
- Fiscal 2012 general fund expenditures
- Fiscal 2011 general fund revenues
- Fiscal 2011 general fund expenditures
- Comparison of municipal property tax millage and income tax millage equivalents for selective cities.
City of Warren's Annual Budgets
- 2015 City Adopted Budget
- 2014 City Adopted Budget
- 2013 City Adopted Budget
- 2012 City Adopted Budget
- 2011 City Adopted Budget
- 2010 City Adopted Budget
- 2009 City Adopted Budget
- 2008 City Adopted Budget
Water and Sewer System Annual Budgets
- 2015 Water and Sewer Mayor's Recommended Budget
- 2014 Water and Sewer Adopted Budget
- 2013 Water and Sewer Adopted Budget
- 2012 Water and Sewer Adopted Budget
- 2011 Water and Sewer Adopted Budget
- 2010 Water and Sewer Adopted Budget
- 2009 Water and Sewer Adopted Budget
- 2008 Water and Sewer Adopted Budget
City of Warren's Financial Reports
- Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2014
- Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2013
- Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2012
- Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2011
- Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2010
- Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2009
- Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2008
- Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2007
- Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2006