FINANCIAL TRANSPARENCY PORTAL

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In an effort to provide enhanced transparency resources, the City has partnered with OpenGov - an interactive tool designed to help the public understand the City's finances. OpenGov allows citizens to explore budget and actual expenditures online in various graphical formats selected by the user. 

OpenGov Button v.2

BUDGET AND EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL DATA

Explore the City's financial data by budget and actual amounts. Users can view, filter, and analyze data in multiple formats. Data may also be downloaded for offline analysis. 

OpenGov Pie Chart            OpenGov Bar Graph     

                        OpenGov Table

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE TRANSACTIONS

Explore the City's transaction detail. Users can view, filter, sort and search for individual transactions paid through Accounts Payable. 

 AP Invoices Table

New to OpenGov? See the User Guide for assistance and tips on using OpenGov.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Click on one of the FAQ's below to be taken directly to the answer in OpenGov:

What are the City's budgeted expenses by department?

What are the City's General Fund expenses by department?

What % of the General Fund goes to Salaries and Benefits?

How much does the City spend on Salaries and Benefits?

What are Burbank Water and Power's total expenses by fund?

How much is appropriated and spent on Capital Projects?

How much does the City spend on overtime by department?

What are the City's General Fund expenses per capita?

What are the City's General Fund revenues per capita?

What are the City's General Fund expenses by department to date? 

What are the City's General Fund revenues by category to date? 

How much has the City spent on Salaries and Benefits to date?

How much has the City spent on overtime to date?

How much has the City spent on Capital Projects to date? 

How much does the City spend on Police and Fire Services? 

How have the City's Tax Revenues changed over the prior years?

 

 

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