City of Worthington Recognized with Financial State Award of Distinction
The City of Worthington was recognized by Auditor of State Keith Farber with the Auditor of State Award with Distinction for its clean audit report and exemplary financial record keeping.
“This award recognizes the hard work of fiscal offices to keep clean, accurate records,” said Auditor Faber. “Their efforts go a long way toward making Ohio more efficient, effective, and transparent.”
The Auditor’s Office presents the Auditor of State Award with Distinction to local governments and school districts upon the completion of a financial audit. Entities that receive the award meet criteria of a “clean” audit report.
City of Worthington Achieves Highest Possible AAA Bond Rating
The City of Worthington has been awarded a AAA Bond Rating by S&P Global Ratings, citing the City’s very strong financial management and stability. AAA is the highest bond rating a municipality can receive, with just a small percentage of cities achieving the highest score.
- 7-28-2021 News Release
- Read the full S&P Global Ratings report here
- More information about S&P Global Ratings
About the Finance Department
The Finance Department is responsible for the receipt and disbursement of public monies received by the City of Worthington.
As part of the City of Worthington's commitment to transparency and open government, the City makes financial reports, annual budget documents, and presentations available online for public review. Residents are encouraged to review the information to more fully understand the financial health of the city, as well as the key objectives and goals behind the City's budget decisions.
For a more detailed overview of the City’s finances, view the 2019 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report.
Where do your Property Tax dollars go?
View the Resident's Guide to Understanding Taxes here.