Quarterly reports describe revenues and expenditures at three-month intervals within the fiscal year.
Late in each calendar year, Metro issues its Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, which provides information on Metro’s operations and finances. The annual report is used by legislators, creditors, investors, and the public. It contains within it the “Report of Independent Auditors” by outside certified public accountants who audit Metro’s financial records and transactions.
The CAFR also includes the Single Audit, an audit of federal grant programs, as required by Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circular A-133.
The Popular Annual Financial Report provides the Metro Council, staff and the public with summary information about the financial position and activities of Metro. The report is designed to concisely present the financial position and results of operations as measured by the financial activity the agency as a whole. It is not audited by an independent auditor and is only intended to present high level summarized information.
Note: The links provided on this page are for general informational purposes. The information provided does not purport to include every item which may be of interest, nor does it purport to present full and fair disclosure with respect to any of Metro's bond programs within the meaning of applicable securities laws. Investment decisions should be made only after full review of the Official Statement and other relevant matters in connection with a particular bond issue. Projections of future results are statements of opinion based on the most recent information available at the time, which is believed to have been accurate. Such projections are subject to risks and uncertainties, which may cause actual results to differ materially from those set forth herein.
Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports
Popular Annual Financial Report