In this section, you will find relevant information regarding the City’s financial operations over the most recent five years. This information is presented in the form of charts, summaries, visualizations and metrics, to facilitate the understanding of public spending and enhance financial transparency. The Financial Summary contains the underlying data for the visualizations. You may access additional financial information in an interactive format from our transparency portal here.
Governmental activities are principally supported by taxes and intergovernmental revenues. These include general government, public safety, streets maintenance, parks maintenance, and community development. Business-type activities are functions that are intended to recover all or a significant portion of their costs through user fees and charges. These include water, sewer and drainage utilities.
Cibolo is one of the fastest growing communities in Texas. Ad valorem tax revenue has grown 46% over the last 5 years to $13 million in fiscal year 2022, while the impact per capita has only increased 24% in the same time period. Sales taxes have doubled over the last 5 years, with the benefit per capita increasing 69.3%
The property tax rate for the City of Cibolo over the last 5 years is shown below.
You will also find other useful information including, open records request, financial documents, such as, adopted budgets, check registers, quarterly investment reports, and downloadable data. For any additional information, please fill out an open records request by clicking on the link located on the left menu, or by calling City Hall.
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