Offices of the Auditor and Treasurer

AUDITOR'S OFFICE:
The Auditor serves as the City's Chief Fiscal Officer and is responsible for financial functions specified by the City's Charter and Codified Ordinances.

Specific responsibilities include:
  • Assisting the Mayor with preparation of the City's annual budget.
  • Assisting City Council with the annual appropriations process.
  • Monitoring fiscal compliance with the City's laws and Ohio Revised Code.
  • The Auditor's office processes and disburses payroll and accounts payables.
  • Preparation of the City's monthly financial report and Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR.) For detailed information about City finances, see the CAFR links to the right. 
The Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) has awarded the City its "Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting," each year since the year 2000. The City has also received numerous awards of recognition from the Auditor of the State of Ohio.

TREASURER'S OFFICE:

The Treasurer is responsible for the functions specified by the City's Charter and by Codified Ordinances.

Specific responsibilities include:
  • Receiving monies due to the City, managing the City's cash flow and investing City funds. The Treasurer's Office also works closely with the Auditor's Office in order to ensure City receipts and expenses are accurately recorded. 
  • All banking activities, reconciling city records, to bank statements on a monthly basis. 
  • Maintaining schedules on all debts owed by the City and ensures that principle and interest payments are made on a timely basis on outstanding bonds, notes and loans. 
  • Administering and/or monitoring various Human Resource functions for the City, such as Health & Life Insurance, COBRA coverage, Worker's Compensation claims and associated reporting, the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) administration. 
  • Serving as liaison between the City and the carrier of the City's Property and Liability Insurance policies.
  • Several functions necessary to manage the City's fleet of titled vehicles. 
  • Maintaining records related to real estate owned by the City and easements granted to or obtained by the City.
  • Coordinating the oversight of the City's Tax Incentive Programs as well as the required annual reporting. The City currently offers new or expanding businesses incentives through its' Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) program, an Enterprise Zone program and through Tax Increment Financing agreements (TIFs). 
  • Administering the City's No Interest Water and Sewer Tap-In Fee Loan Program
  • Additionally, the City Treasurer serves as the City's EEOC Coordinator and as the City's Fair Housing Officer. The Treasurer also serves as Secretary to the City's Fair Housing Board.
  • The Treasurer oversees the City's Municipal Income Tax Liaison.

7307 Avon Belden Road
North Ridgeville, OH 44039
Auditor's Office:
(440) 353-0852  Fax:  (440) 353-1542

Treasurer's Office:
(440) 353-0878  Fax:  (440) 353-1588

Helpful Information
Comprehensive Annual Financial Report
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