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Finance - Budget & Accounting

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Review the 2015 Popular Annual Financial Report (PAFR) to learn about St. Louis County's financial position at the end of its fiscal year, December 31, 2015. The PAFR serves as a simplified, condensed version of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR).

 

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  • Accounting: The St. Louis County Auditor's office performs accounting functions, reports on county financial data and maintains accounting records. It processes vendor payments, receipts in deposits, handles the cash/investments and processes payroll.  Learn more about Accounting...
  • Business Planning: Each St. Louis County Department has a Business Plan that guides them for the next three to five years.  These plans will be updated on an ongoing basis and the most recent copies will be featured on this webpage.  Learn more about Business Planning... 

  • Capital & Operating Budget: The St. Louis County Board adopted the 2016 Budget on December 15, 2015.  The 2016 Budget Book is available online at this link 2016 Budget. Work on the 2017 Budget is in progress.  The County Board will consider a preliminary maximum levy for 2017 on September 13 and public meetings will be held in December to receive public input on the 2017 Budget. Learn more about the Operating Budget... and the Capital Budget... 

  • Government Performance: St. Louis County utilizes best practices in performance management and measurement.  Annually, the County Board adopts the standard set of government performance measures proposed by the Minnesota State Auditor's Performance Measurement Program. Government Performance...

  • St. Louis County Fee Schedule: As part of the annual budget process, the St. Louis County Board reviews fees charged by county departments. In compliance with state statutes, a public hearing is held before the schedule is approved by the board.  2016 Fee Schedule...