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Last reviewed: October 2012
- The current budget is published and previous budgets are available for the last three years
- The calendar of meetings, agendas and minutes are available and archived at least three years
- Names of elected officials, individual phone numbers, and a physical address is available
- Names of administrative officials, individual phone numbers, and a physical address is available
- Permit applications are available for download and zoning ordinances are available
- The current audit is published and previous audits are available for the last three years
- Bids are posted
- A public records contact is available and public records policies are available in a central location
- Tax revenues are available
- Individual email addresses and a physical address for Council Members are unavailable; only forms are published.
- Awarded contracts are not published and a search for contracts does not generate relevant results.
- Individual email addresses are unavailable for every administrative official.
- Lobbying information including associated memberships and fees are unavailable.
- Tax rates are not available.
|Vivian Stiver||Council member|
|Chad Roberts||Council member|
|Bernard Gatewood||Council member|
|John Eberhart||Council member|
|Lloyd Hilling||Council member|
|Jim Matherly||Council member|
|Patrick Cole||Chief of Staff|
|Laren Zager||Police Chief|
|James Soileau||Chief Financial Officer|
|Michael Schmetzer||Director of Public Works/City Engineer|
|Ryan Rickels||Information Tech Director|
|Antonio Schumate||Purchasing/Risk Management|
|Warren Cummings||Fire Chief|
|Clem Clooten||Building Official|
|Stephanie Johnson||Dispatch Manager|
The total appropriation for 2012 was $32,987,067. The largest expenditure was for the department of public works $6,774,611, followed by police departments $6,552,634, the fire department $6,098,719, and the general account $4,947,120.
In 2010, the Government Finance Officers Association presented Fairbanks with a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting for excellent annual financial reports.
The city of Fairbanks received $191,535,585.27 in federal stimulus funding in 17 contracts and 60 contracts.
- ↑ Wikipedia, Fairbanks, Alaska, accessed July 11, 2013
- ↑ fairbanksalaska.us, Current and archived budgets, accessed October, 2012
- ↑ fairbanksalaska.us, Current and archived meetings, agendas and minutes, accessed October, 2012
- ↑ fairbanksalaska.us, Council members, accessed October, 2012
- ↑ fairbanksalaska.us, Department heads, accessed October, 2012
- ↑ fairbanksalaska.us, Licenses and permits, accessed October, 2012
- ↑ fairbanksalaska.us, Building codes, accessed October, 2012
- ↑ fairbanksalaska.us, Annual financial reports, accessed October, 2012
- ↑ fairbanksalaska.us, Invitations to bid, accessed October, 2012
- ↑ fairbanksalaska.us, City clerk's office, accessed October, 2012
- ↑ 11.0 11.1 11.2 fairbanksalaska.us, Annual Budget City of Fairbanks for 2012, accessed October, 2012
- ↑ Stimulus Watch, Fairbanks, Alaska, accessed July 11, 2013