Finance

The WRCOG Finance Department is responsible for budget management, payroll, purchasing, assets, accounting, debt management, investments, and financial reporting. Above all, the Finance Department values integrity, accountability, and transparency, and is committed to providing the highest quality support services in the most efficient and cost-effective manner to its member jurisdictions.

Financial Documents


The Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) for WRCOG contains financial statements that have been prepared in conformity with the United States generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) prescribed for governmental entities. The Agency's Annual Fiscal Year Budget consists of funding information for the Agency's various departments.

Salary & Stipends


WRCOG currently supports its member jurisdictions with 24 full-time employees. WRCOG provides stipends to its Executive Committee and Administration & Finance Committee members for regular meeting attendance, and to members who are appointed to represent WRCOG at various other agencies.

Budget Amendments


The most recent Agency Budget Amendment approved by the WRCOG Executive Committee is provided: