The budget and finances for The City of Napa are managed using a multi-fund accounting system. The General Fund is the City’s primary fund and records all assets and liabilities that are not assigned to a special purpose fund. It provides the resources necessary to sustain the day to day activities of the City including all administrative and operating expenses.
In order to make City financials more transparent to the public, the City has launched OpenGov, the leader in government performance management. This new platform will allow us to collaborate more effectively, make smarter, data-driven decisions and achieve greater transparency to our community. It is an intuitive, easy to use interface that presents financial information visually, with graphs, charts and numbers, not spreadsheets.
The opening chart in OpenGov shows General Fund Revenue and Expenditures for Fiscal Years 2011 – 2018. Use the Filter and View tabs to see information for other funds or by Department.