The City Manager prepares and submits for City Council approval, an annual budget detailing anticipated revenues and expenditures. Per the City Charter Sikeston’s fiscal budget must be approved by June 15 of each year. The City’s annual budget details the projected revenues and expenditures of the City’s General Fund, Sales Tax Fund, SAHEC Sales Tax Fund, Transportation Sales Tax Fund, Economic Development, Essex Fund, Park Fund, Municipal Court Fund, Tourism Fund, 911 Fund, Capital Improvement Fund, and all TIF districts. Copies of the annual budget are also available from the Sikeston City Clerk, and are on file at the Sikeston Public Library. Sikeston’s fiscal year begins on July 1 and continues through June 30.
|CITY OF SIKESTON AUDIT REPORTS
Upon the completion of each fiscal year a certified public accounting firm prepares an independent audit of the City’s financial records. Audit results are submitted to the Mayor and City Council, detailing the City’s financial status and any significant findings.
|CITY OF SIKESTON ANNUAL REPORTS
In January of each year, departments submit a report on operations and significant projects undertaken in the prior calendar year. This information is presented to Council and made available to the public.
|CITY OF SIKESTON 5-YEAR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN
Pursuant to Chapter VI, Section 6.4 of the City Charter, the 5-Year Capital Improvement Plan for the fiscal years 2016 through 2020 is hereby submitted. It should be noted the information presented herein is primarily a needs assessment, as determined by each individual department. This information is to be used as a planning tool for budget preparation, as it reflects anticipated purchases from the Capital Improvement Fund and eligible Public Works purchases from the Transportation Tax Fund.
Capital purchases, as defined by this report, are those purchases of $10,000 or more for assets with a useful life of five years or greater. Cost estimates are based on projected needs, at current costs. With the exception of a new fire station being proposed in FY-18, the projected amounts reflect the planned replacement of vehicles, machinery, and equipment.
|CITY OF SIKESTON EEOP UTILIZATION REPORT
In 1987 the Sikeston City Council confirmed the City's status as an Equal Opportunity Employer with the passage of Resolution 87-07-01 (July 6, 1987). In this policy it states the City of Sikeston is an equal opportunity employer providing employment and promotion without regard to race, color, creed, sex, age, national origin, religion, or physical disability which would not detract from the ability to perform assigned duties.