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Financial Transparency

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The Finance Department strives to meet a high standard of financial transparency by publishing records online. The City of San Angelo received the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for its 2017-18 budget from the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada and the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting Award for its 2016-2017 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report.

This webpage is designed to provide the public with complete financial disclosure concerning the Budget, the Annual Financial Report, the Check Register, and outstanding Debt. Excel copies of the budgets and check registries have been included in the financial information to provide a searchable medium for your convenience.

Adopted budgets

Financial statements 

2018 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 

2017 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

2016 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

2015 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

2014 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

Debt information

Debt obligations and debt service requirements

Revenue and expense information

Traditional finances summary

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Property tax rate (per $100 of valuation)

City of San Angelo $0.7760  

Sales tax rates

City of San Angelo: 1 percent

City of San Angelo Development Corp.: 0.5 percent

Tom Green County: 0.5 percent

State of Texas: 6.25 percent

Total local sales tax rate: 8.25 percent

Hotel occupancy tax

City of San Angelo: 7 percent

State of Texas: 6 percent

Total hotel occupancy tax rate: 13 percent

Contact info

City Council

Elected Police Chief

City Departments


Public information requests

Texas Attorney General Public Information Act made easy

Where do Texas cities get their money?

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