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Cost of Government
Trend Mintaining Performance Strong Long Term Debt Credit Rating
Trend is Down Performance Improving Cost per Resident
Trend is Down Performance Improving Net Debt per Capita
Trend Mintaining Performance Strong Debt Margin as % of SEV
Trend Mintaining Performance Strong County Property Values
Trend Mintaining Performance Strong Fund Balance as a % of
General Expenditures
Trend Mintaining Performance Strong Unfunded OPEB as a % of
General Revenue
Trend is Down Performance Improving Employee per 1000 Residents
Fund Balance as a Percentage of General Fund Expenditures

Why It Matters

The financial health of a community is important to provide and maintain services. The Fund Balance is one method of measuring financial health, and is a strong contributor to the credit rating of an organization.

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2004
Expenditures: $150,413,036
Fund Balance: $77,650,22
%: 51.62%
2005
Expenditures: $146,669,272
Fund Balance: $73,968,527
%: 50.43%
2013
Expenditures: $160,743,410
Fund Balance: $68,672,936
%: 42.72%
2012
Expenditures: $159,395,803
Fund Balance: $68,662,283
%: 43.08%
2007
Expenditures: $162,135,129
Fund Balance: $70,209,406
%: 43.30%
2008
Expenditures: $164,689,919
Fund Balance: $67,706,280
%: 41.11%
2009
Expenditures: $165,245,542
Fund Balance: $68,500,714
%: 41.45%
2010
Expenditures: $157,392,345
Fund Balance: $68,599,510
%: 43.59%
2011
Expenditures: $158,623,584
Fund Balance: $68,653,550
%: 43.28%
2006
Expenditures: $152,843,534
Fund Balance: $72,215,866
%: 47.25%