Annual Audits

The county is required to have its financial records audited annually by an independent accounting firm. Once the annual audit is complete, the county issues its Annual Audit Report or Annual Comprehensive Financial Report (ACFR). The ACFR comprises the county’s actual audited revenues and expenditures and presents the county’s financial position at the end of the fiscal year. The ACFR is also useful in the preparation of the county’s budget in subsequent years as it can be used as a model for future predictions of the county’s revenues and expenditures. To view the county’s budget documents, please visit here.

What is in a ACFR or Annual Audit Report?

The ACFR is presented in four sections:

  1. Introductory
    Transmittal letter with a general overview of the organization
  2. Financial 
    Independent auditor’s report, containing management’s discussion and analysis, fund financial statements, combining financial statements and schedules, and more
  3. Statistical
    Additional financial, economic and demographic information
  4. Compliance
    Independent auditor's report on internal control over financial reporting, compliance and other matters


FY 20-21 Audit

FY 19-20 Audit

FY 18-19 Audit

FY 17-18 Audit

FY 16-17 Audit

FY 15-16 Audit

FY 14-15 Audit

FY 13-14 Audit

FY 12-13 Audit

FY 11-12 Audit

FY 10-11 Audit

FY 09-10 Audit

FY 08-09 Audit

FY 07-08 Audit

FY 06-07 Audit

FY 05-06 Audit

FY 04-05 Audit