Financial reporting is critical to the Town's fiscal and asset management. Those charged with financial analysis and reporting deliver accurate and timely communication by processing, analyzing and preparing data. The Finance Department prepares various reports to provide honest, direct communication to internal customers and the public.
In accordance with Colorado law and the Town of Castle Rock Home Rule Charter, the Town contracts an independent firm annually to perform an audit of financial statements. Finance staff presents this audited financial information in an Annual Financial Report in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.
The Popular Annual Financial Report, titled the Financial Report to the Community, provides an overview of the Town's financial position. Finance staff designs this report as a readily accessible and easily understandable version for the general public and other interested parties without a background in public finance.
Pursuant to CRS Section 29-1-803, the following reports detail the allocation of impact fees and system development fees collected during the most recent fiscal year. View the summary report (PDF) of the most recent fiscal year. View available datasets.