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The Clovis Finance Department

Clovis Avenue - Gateway to the Sierras signResidents of Clovis turn to the Finance department for a variety of reasons – to start or stop utility services, license a dog, or start a business. And whatever their need, residents can rest assured they will receive prompt, personal and accurate service. Because, when it comes to dollars and cents, the City’s Finance Department has what counts. 

Understandably, safety and security are top priorities for the Finance Department, which performs all accounting services for the City’s annual budget. A workhorse-reliable, high-quality system has allowed for growth and expansion over the years. 

  • Committed to accuracy, security and timeliness, the Finance Department: 
  • Conducts billing operations for residential and commercial services – water, sewer, and garbage, recycling and green waste collection 
  • Provides timely and accurate financial accounting to the City Council and all city departments 
  • Manages the payroll for 500-plus employees 
  • Oversees bond administration, assessment issues and other treasury functions 
  • Administers business licenses and animal licenses
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Clovis Financial Documents

Budget 

The Budget document has been designed to provide the public concise and readable information about the City of Clovis. The Budget explains the services and objectives, annual spending plan for the fiscal year, debt obligations, and other vital information about the operations of the City.

Financial Statement 

The Financial Statement provides a discussion and analysis of the City of Clovis' financial performance and an overview of the City's financial activities. Please read it in conjunction with the accompanying transmittal letter, the basic financial statements and the accompanying notes to those financial statements.

Five-year Financial Forecast 

The Five-year Financial Forecast represents a continuing effort to analyze the City's long-term fiscal condition based upon a reasonable set of economic and overational assumptions. It is an important management tool used by both the City Council and the City Manager in identifying fiscal trends and issues which must be addressed early in order to assure continued financial success. The set of forecasts contained in the document are not a prediction of what will occur. It is a snapshot in time and an approximate view of what could occur in the future if all of the economic assumptions are realized.

Clovis Budget
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Clovis Budget
 TitleModified DateSize
City of Clovis Budget 2015-166/2/201510.58 MB
City of Clovis Budget 2014-156/2/201522.75 MB
City of Clovis Budget 2013-146/2/201512.25 MB
City of Clovis Budget 2012-136/2/201511.99 MB
City of Clovis Budget 2011-126/2/201517.31 MB
City of Clovis Budget 2010-116/2/201510.17 MB
City of Clovis Budget 2009-106/2/201510.85 MB
City of Clovis Budget 2008-096/2/201513.42 MB
City of Clovis Budget 2007-086/2/201512.93 MB
City of Clovis Budget 2006-076/2/201510.57 MB
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Contact Us

Clovis Finance Department

1033 Fifth Street, Clovis, CA 93612

(559) 324-2130

Open 8 am to 4:30 pm M-F

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