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The Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO) is the centralized financial management organization for the City of Detroit and is led by the CFO’s Office. The role of the CFO’s Office is to ensure the execution of the CFO’s vision and strategy, oversee financial reform and continuous improvements, improve the OCFO’s functions and build capacity throughout OCFO, and improve efficiency and effectiveness across OCFO and the government.
Detroit investing $45M, including $30M in ARPA funds, to renovate 8 recreation centers, open 3 more
City has programmed over $500M of its $827M ARPA Funds; launches new website detailing status of each initiative
August 2021 Financial Report
July 2021 Financial Report
June 2021 Financial Report
May 2021 Financial Report (Revised August 3, 2021)
September 2021 Financial Report
October 2021 Financial Report
OCFO Mission, Vision, and Values
PAYS is administered by Wayne County Treasurer’s Office. Program will go in affect after April 15, 2020
Department resources available through the City of Detroit OCFO
OCFO Administrative Issuance System (AIS)
The mission of the Office of the Assessor is to locate, identify, and value at current market conditions all real and tangible personal property in the City of Detroit.
Providing strategic data-driven budget management, planning, and decision support to advance the City’s goals and ensure fiscal stability.
The mission of the Office of the Controller is to establish, maintain and enforce the City’s accounting policies, practices, and procedures.
The mission of the Office of Contracting and Procurement is to support the strategic contracting and procurement of materials, equipment and services that are essential to providing governmental se
The mission of the Office of Departmental Financial Services is to serve as a strategic financial partner to City agencies, and assure the effective management and financial integrity of agency ope
Building public, private partnerships to support City priorities.
The mission of the Office of Financial Planning and Analysis (OFPA) is to perform strategic planning, financial and operational analysis, budget preparation and analysis, and other critical analysi
The mission of the Office of the Treasury is to effectively, timely and accurately collect and record all taxes, special assessments, fees and other monies received by the City of Detroit.
This page contains links to various financial reports for the City of Detroit, including its Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, Single Audit, Four-Year Financial Plan (annual budget), and Monthly Financial Reports.
History of the OCFO, including the creation of the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO) as part of Detroit exiting bankruptcy.
The Detroit Future Fund was established in response to impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic and is designed to provide both immediate positive impact for Detroiters and long-term benefits for generations to come.
City Council appropriated funds to maintain City services, offsetting revenue shortfalls caused by the City’s response to the COVID19 pandemic, and investments in IT and cybersecurity infrastructur
The funds appropriated by City Council will address the elimination of commercial and industrial blight through demolition, remediation, and land reuse.
The matching funding is for projects for which public or private leverage dollars may be made available
The funds appropriated by City Council are for grants to block clubs and neighborhood associations;
The funds will be used for Community Health Corps and Targeted employment and wraparound services, including community-based gun violence intervention initiatives
The money will be used for new or expanded improvements for recreation centers
The funds appropriated by City Council is being used for Green initiatives; Parks; Walking paths; Joe Louis Greenway; Streetscapes; and Arts & Cultural investments
The funds appropriated by City Council for home repairs to seniors, low income, and disabled community
The funds appropriated by City Council will create a city locator service to find affordable housing and provide for housing client management and financial and legal counseling services
Funds appropriated by City Council are for foreclosure and homelessness prevention outreach and housing initiatives
City Council appropriated the funds for Skills for Life Employment (Work and Education); Intergenerational mentoring and senior employment; and IT jobs and careers access
City Council appropriated funds for vacant property cleanouts and Alley activation
City Council appropriated the funds for Traffic enforcement; gun violence initiatives; DPD training facility improvements; and EMS bays at firehouses
City Council appropriated funds for devices; internet access; and technology support initiatives
City Council appropriated funds for landlord support; small business recovery programs, including interest reduction and credit support programs; small business capacity building; development stimu