Accounting Management

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Accounting management is the core component of the City’s financial operations. It provides general and technical accounting support to all City and Redevelopment Agency operations, including general ledger accounting, grants accounting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, cash management, debt administration, cashiering, and financial planning.

  • The Accounting Manager has primary responsibility for the compilation and publication of the City’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) in December of each year. The CAFR is the result of an independent, third-party audit by licensed certified public accountants, and represents a definitive statement of the City and Redevelopment Agency financial positions.
  • While a component unit of the City for financial reporting purposes, separate Redevelopment Agency financial statements are published to facilitate the information needs of interested parties.
  • Glendora, as the recipient of Federal grants, is required to undergo audit by the Federal Government each year. The resulting publication is termed the Single Audit.
  • The State of California mandates annual reporting of a broad range of transaction data for both the City of Glendora and the Glendora Redevelopment Agency. The City’s State Controller’s Report must be submitted to Sacramento on October 1st each year. The Redevelopment Agency’s State Controller's Report is submitted on December 31st each year.
  • The County of Los Angeles requires redevelopment agencies to report information concerning outstanding debt each year. The Statement of Indebtedness is submitted to the County on October 1st each year.