A report of the City of Peoria's complete financial results to its governing body, constituents, legislative and oversight bodies, investors and creditors
Provides a summary of all administrative investigations and specific administrative matters within the Peoria Police Department, including use of force, possible violations of Department policies, and other matters regarding discipline, grievances, inspections and audits
Provides information on Peoria's water cycle, as well as a summary of the thousands of tests and measurements performed by the city to confirm the safety of the drinking water provided by the City
Includes organizational chart of the Peoria Police Department, crime statistics for the city, and a summary of the Department's activities in the previous year
A ten-year, financially balanced plan for addressing Peoria's present and future infrastructure needs; updated each year. The first year of the program is appropriated by the City Council as a capital budget, while the other nine years of the program are used for planning purposes
The general plan provides a framework for the future development of Peoria, as defined and driven by extensive community participation. The Plan is dynamic and intended to be periodically updated. The Plan is used by the City to evaluate land use changes, and to review building and development regulations. It also provides a basis for Peoria's Capital Improvement Plan.
Includes financial statements for the District, a special purpose political subdivision under the Arizona Constitution. The District's purpose is to acquire or construct public infrastructure in the Vistancia (a master-planned community) area of Peoria. The District can levy taxes and issue bonds independently of Peoria. The Peoria City Council serves as the District's Board of Directors, but the city of Peoria has no liability for the District's debt. This report is intended as the District's report to its Board and other interested parties.
Includes profiles of Peoria and its government; an overview of its financial planning practices; a summary of the city's finances; detailed discussion of the city's revenue sources; an overview of the performance of the city's departments; a project listing for the city's capital improvement plan; and schedules, which summarize the city's financial activities in numeric format
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