Disclaimer Regarding Financial and Operating Data
The City of Thousand Oaks adheres to the highest professional standards in all of its data gathering and processing activities. However, the information posted to the City’s website is not intended for use by investors or potential investors in securities issued by the City. Please refer to the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board’s Electronic Municipal Market Access (EMMA) website for official statements and continuing disclosure filings relating to the City’s debt obligations. Please refer to the City’s Finance page for additional information regarding the City’s Investor Relations policies and the use of information posted on the City’s website.
The Finance Department is responsible for overseeing the preparation and development of the City’s biennial Operating Budget, Capital Improvement Program Budget, and User Fees. These structurally balanced budgets serve as the foundation for the City's financial planning and infrastructure needs of the community.
The City Manager presents the proposed two-year financial budget to the City Council for review and adoption no later than June 30, which is the close of the City's fiscal year. The fiscal year begins July 1 and ends June 30.
See how the City appropriates money through the budget transparency tool: