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Fiscal Year 2016 Recommended Budget

Mayor Sarno's Recommended Budget for Fiscal Year 2016 totals $594.9 million, a 2.2% increase from the Adopted FY 2015 budget.

Download the FY16 Recommended Budget

FY16-20 Capital Improvement Plan

Download the FY16-20 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP)

Open Checkbook

The City of Springfield 's checkbook is now available to the public. The Open Checkbook includes data for the current fiscal year to date, updated weekly, in an interactive spreadsheet format.  More about the Open Checkbook

OTPS Checkbook (Other Than Personal Services)

Payroll Checkbook

Bond Rating Presentations

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno traveled to Boston with members of the City’s Finance Division on May 20, 2010 to meet with major bond rating agencies Standard and Poor’s and Moody’s Investors Service to present the City’s financial condition and outlook regarding the City’s credit and pending issuance of Qualified School Construction Bonds.

Presentation to Standard & Poor's (PPT)
Standard and Poor's response
Presentation to Moody's (PPT)
Moody's response
Read the press release

Contact Information

Office of Management & Budget

Timothy J. Plante  
Chief Administrative and Financial Officer (CAFO)

(413) 787-6215

Finance Department

Jennifer Winkler 
Budget Director

(413) 886-5007

Assessor's Department

Richard J. Allen
Assessor, Chairman


(413) 787-6164

Information Technology

Andrew Doty
Chief Information Officer


(413) 750-2400


Procurement

Lauren Stabilo
Chief Procurement Officer


(413) 787-6290

Treasurer/Collector

 

 

 

 

Stephen Lonergan
City Treasurer/Collector

Peter Sygnator
Assistant Collector

Gilbert Nieves
Assistant Treasurer

(413) 886-5387


(413) 787-6115


(413) 787-6130

*The Auditors Department does not report directly to the Chief Financial Officer.









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