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Public Act 63 of 2011, introduced the Economic Vitality Incentive Program (EVIP).

(EVIP - Category One - Accountability and Transparency)

Fiscal Stability
  Prior Current Progress
Annual GF expenditures per capita
$259
$278
Conditions Declining
Fund balance as % of annual GF expenditures
68%
62%
Conditions Stable
Unfunded OPEB liability as % of annual GF revenue
373%
365%
Conditions Improving
Debt burden per capita
$250
$204
Conditions Improving
Employees covered by DC Plan as % of total employment
29%
33%
Conditions Improving

 

Economic Strength
  Prior Current Progress
Planning activities related to new development/redevelopment
44
71
Conditions Improving
Construction value in millions
$35.92
$103.3
Conditions Improving
Building permits issues
714
638
Conditions Declining
Industrial/manufacturing jobs created through incentives
232
75
Conditions Declining
Industrial/manufacturing jobs retained through incentives
887
494
Conditions Declining

 

Public Safety
  Prior Current Progress
Violent crimes incidents
308
296
Conditions Improving
Property crime incidents
1,755
1,672
Conditions Improving
Traffic accidents
1,901
2,119
Conditions Declining
Fatalities as result of fire
0
0
Conditions Stable
Property loss as result of fire $3,226,287 $1,046,323
Conditions Improving

 

Quality of Life
  Prior Current Progress
Miles of sidewalks & non-motorized trails per mile of local roads
2.2
2.2
Conditions Stable
Maintenance cost per acre of developed park land
$2,599
$2,315
Conditions Improving
Maintenance cost per lane mile of road
$4,950
$7,020
Conditions Declining
Commodity rate/100 cubic ft of water
$1.27
$1.15
Conditions Improving
Commodity rate/100 cubic ft of sewer
$2.22
$2.45
Conditions Declining

 

Dashboard Table Legend 1


 

Citizen's Guide to Local Unit Finances (excluding enterprise funds)

By Clicking the down arrow you can change the category of unit finances displayed  

Revenues

1. Where our money comes from (all governmental funds)
Breakdown of where the City's  money comes from

 

3. Revenue sources per capita - compared to the prior year
Graph of Revenue sources per capita - compared to the prior year
2. Compared to the prior year
  2012 2013
% Change
Taxes
$24,347,645
$23,206,226
-5%
Licenses & permits
2,339,895
2,169,417
-7%
from Federal govt
2,649,439
2,106,845
-37%
from State govt
11,027,635
11,065,709
-1%
Local contributions
1,387,771
1,236,173
-11%
Charges for services
1,090,335
790,647
-28%
Fines & forfeitures
1,907,395
2,024,306
6%
Interest & rent
2,146,610
1,758,448
-18%
Other revenue
4,769,234
4,900,190
3%
Total
$50,737,669
$48,257,961
-5%
       

 

4. Historical trends of individual sources
Graph of Historical trends of individual sources
 

Commentary: Property Taxes continue to be the single largest funding source for the City operations providing approximately 50% of all revenue received in governmental funds. The next largest source of revenue is funds received from the State in the form of state shared revenue (sales tax), motor vehicle highway funds (gas tax) and various state grants. Over one-half of the funds received are restricted in nature and may only be spent on the purpose for which they have been collected. Char 4, historical trends of individual sources, reflects the dollars received by each funding source. By clicking the down arrow you can change the category showing.

For more information on our unit's finances, contact Nancy Bazan, CPA at (616)530-7204.

 

(EVIP - Category One - Accountability and Transparency - Continued)

City of Wyoming - Summary of General Fund Actual and Estimated Revenues, Expenditures and Fund Balance

City of Wyoming - Bond Names and Payment Info

City of Wyoming - Bond Schedule as of 06/30/2014