We release many reports on the City of Philadelphia’s financial status. You can read a full description or download documents by following the link to the report. For information about COVID-related spending, view the COVID-19 appropriations trackers.
Budget documents and reports
- Five Year Financial and Strategic Plan outlines the goals and vision for the City, as well as its revenues, spending, and performance analysis.
- Supplemental Budget Documents include infographics and updates.
- Budget in Brief summarizes the annual budget.
- Operating Budget Detail provides detailed information on each City department or agency’s operating budget.
- Six Year Capital Program and Budget outlines infrastructure investments.
- Quarterly City Managers Report (QCMR) is a summary report on the finances and management of the City of Philadelphia.
- Overtime Spending Action Plan explores personnel costs attributed to overtime.
- Monthly Expenditure Reports outline departmental spending.
Financial statements and related documents
- Annual Financial Report (AFR) provides a picture of the City’s financial condition.
- Annual Comprehensive Financial Report describes the City’s financial position and results of operations.
- Annual Report of Bonded Indebtedness and Other Long Term Obligations breaks down the City’s outstanding bonded debt.
- Supplemental Report of Revenues and Obligations contains statements of the City’s revenues, obligations, appropriations, and capital project authorizations.
- Schedule of Financial Assistance contains information on assistance that the City receives from other governments.
- Subrecipient Audit Guide implements the City’s single audit requirements. The guide focuses on organizations that receive financial assistance under an award from the City of Philadelphia.
- Municipal Pension Fund Audited Financials contain audited financial statements of the City of Philadelphia Municipal Pension Fund.
- Philadelphia Water Department Financial Report presents the financial condition of the Water Fund separately from the financial condition of the City and its other funds and units.