Budget & Finance
About the Finance Department
The Finance Department is responsible for maintaining the City's accounting and financial systems. The department is also responsible for oversight of utility billing and human resources. Responsibilities include:
- Debt and cash management
- Financial administration
- Grant reporting
- Utility Billing and Collection
- Accounts Payable and Purchasing
|**Adopted Budgets||Most Recent (PDF) | View All|
|**Annual Financial Reports||Most Recent (PDF) | View All|
|Quarterly Investment Reports||Most Recent (PDF) | View All|
|Monthly Check Registers||Most Recent (PDF) | View All|
|Monthly Financial Reports||Most Recent (PDF) | View All|
**Previous reports are available by contacting City Hall.
In compliance with Texas Local Government Code, Chapter 176, we require certain contract vendors for the sale or purchase of property, goods, or services with the City of Cibolo to file a Conflict of Interest Questionnaire. You may download the form (PDF).
In 2015, the 84th Legislature passed HB 1378 (codified under Texas Local Government Code § 140.008) in order to increase local government debt transparency across the state. Political subdivisions must annually compile certain debt obligation data from the preceding fiscal year and either report the information to the Comptroller of Public Accounts for posting on the Comptroller's Internet website; or post the information on the political subdivision's own Internet website and make it available for inspection by any person. The City of Cibolo has done both. Download Cibolo's debt obligation report (PDF). The Comptroller's Local Government Debt Transparency Page includes debt obligation data for many local governments in the State.
House Bill 3693, which was passed by the Texas Legislature in 2007, requires governmental entities to publish consumption and payment information regarding the various utility services used. Download the City of Cibolo's Utility Consumption Report (PDF).