For 12 years in a row, Glendora received recognition for its financial reporting.
The Government Finance Officers Association of the United Stated and Canada awarded the city the Certificate of Achievement, the highest form of recognition for governmental accounting and financial reporting, according to a press release.
GFOA gave the city the award based on its Comprehensive Annual Financial Report.
Cities were judged by an “impartial” panel, basing its criteria on cities’ “spirit of full disclosure” and efforts to communicate financial records to motivate the public to read its Comprehensive Annual Financial Report.
City-hired auditors have consistently presented
Financial Director and Treasurer Josh Betta also received the award for Financial Reporting Achievement.
“Excellence in financial reporting has never been more important than now,” said Betta in a news release. “We’re proud of this recognition and its significance to the City of Glendora.”