Accountability and financial transparency are hallmarks of a well run government, which is why the Richardson City Council has made government transparency one of its priorities.
On this page you will find links to financial information and online databases that provide information on how City tax dollars are budgeted, spent and invested. As technology improves, we will continue to look for ways to make both the information and the way it is presented as clear and informative as possible.
You can select any of the links to the left to see a report. Each of these links is briefly explained below.
In May 2010, Richardson voters approved a $66 million bond referendum
to raise money for a variety of facility and infrastructure improvement projects.
The 2010 Bond Tracker
allows anyone to track the progress of projects approved by voters and provides direct contact information to project managers for questions. The program also provides the financial commitment made to construct each project.
Here you'll find the proposed/adopted budget for the current fiscal year along with City Council presentations related to the budget.
Find information about your City Council, including contact information and links to agenda packets and other documents provided at each City Council Meeting and Worksession. Also, sign up for the City’s weekly E-Mail Newsletter.
This database provides information on the City’s check and electronic disbursements and credit card payments. There is also a tab which shows actual payroll disbursements for each pay period.
Detailed information is provided about each payment, such as the vendor the payment was made to, the amount of each payment, the department and the name of the account to which the payment was charged.
There is also a search feature and the information can be downloaded to a spreadsheet file.
Allows you to view or download a copy of the City’s Financial Policies, Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR), and Independent Auditors’ Report on Federal Awards.
The City of Richardson's financial policies are adopted by the City council and were developed within the parameters established by applicable provisions of state statutes and the City of Richardson City Charter. The policies are intended to assist the City Council and City staff in evaluating current activities and proposals for future programs.
The CAFR is the City’s official annual financial statements which are prepared in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. These financial statements are audited by the City’s Independent Auditor and include the Independent Auditor’s Report
The Independent Auditors’ Report on Federal Awards in Accordance with OMB Circular A-133 is the result of a separate audit of the City’s federal grant programs. This audit is performed by the City’s Independent Auditors when the City has $500,000 or more of federal grant expenditures in a fiscal year.
Provides access to the City’s Investment Policy and Quarterly Investment Report.
The Texas Public Information Act gives the public the right to request access to government information. The request must ask for records or information already in existence. The "Open Records" link directs you to the City Secretary's webpage, where you may complete and submit a request for records.
Payroll – Pay Plan
Provides a searchable/downloadable list of positions and pay ranges approved for City positions.
Payroll - Salaries
Provides a database of current salaries for each position that is authorized in the City’s budget.
Provides information about current local tax rates.
Pursuant to Sec 76.201 of the Texas Property Code, the City of Richardson provides the names of those persons/entities for whom the City of Richardson is holding unclaimed property. (This list is updated quarterly.)