21 S. State Street
Westerville, Ohio 43081-2119
Phone: (614) 901-6440
Fax: (614) 901-6448
Office Hours: Monday through Friday from
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
The Finance Department ensures that city operations conform to generally accepted financial accounting and management principles. This department has oversight responsibilities for cash management, debt administration, income tax administration, utility billing, accounts payable, accounts receivable and payroll processing.
The City of Westerville has strong financial operations, as recognized by a rating of Aaa from Moody’s Investors Service, an AAA rating from S&P and an AAA rating from Fitch. Westerville’s financial position can be attributed to the conservative nature of City Council and the administration, coupled with the considerable growth seen over the last several years. Westerville also continues to benefit from a strong local economy. Taxable resources, including assessed property valuations and income levels, continue to show consistent growth.
|Westerville Credit Rating Reports|
|Standard & Poor's June 2018 Report|
|Moody's Investor Service June 2018 Report|
For 34 consecutive years, the Government Finance Officers Association has awarded a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting to the City for its comprehensive annual financial reporting. The GFOA award, earned by less than 2% of the nation's government entities, demonstrates a constructive spirit of financial disclosure to the community it serves.
The City's 2017 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report can be viewed HERE.
Past Annual Financial Reports for Viewing
- 2016 Annual Financial Report [PDF]
- 2015 Annual Financial Report [PDF]
- 2014 Annual Financial Report [PDF]
- 2013 Annual Financial Report [PDF]
2018-2022 Financial Plan
A complete summary of all projected operating and capital needs of the City for the next five years and includes estimated revenues from all sources. Also included in this plan is a compilation of narratives concerning the programs and priorities of various operating departments and divisions of the City.
2019- 2023 Capital Improvement Plan
A comprehensive look by year and by fund of key facility, equipment, and infrastructure investments proposed over the next five years. Click links below for plan summaries, general capital improvements, electric, water, sewer, fire, parks and recreation department capital project plans for each of the five years.
- CIP 2019- 2023 Volume 1: Intro, 2019 Projects & Appendices[PDF]
- CIP 2019- 2023 Volume 2: 2019 – 2023 Projects [PDF]
- CIP 2019- 2023 Volume 3: Reserve Projects [PDF]
Capital Financing & Debt Policy
The capital financing and debt policy provides comprehensive guidance for future decisions regarding financing of capital projects including the appropriate use of debt. The City’s legacy of financial stability is built upon a conservative approach to spending as well as a long-term commitment to full and timely repayment of debt.
- EFT form - The City can now process payments to vendors through EFT. If you are interested in this payment option please complete the EFT form and submit to the Finance Department by fax, mail or email.
- W-9 form