Township Audits

In accordance with the Home Rule Charter, an audit of all Township funds and accounting procedures is performed each year by independent certified public accountants. Auditing is a vital part of accounting and an important tool that is required by law to ensure transparency and objective analysis for the general public. These audits are conducted to ascertain the validity and reliability of information and to provide an assessment of the accounting system's internal controls, accounting procedures, and operational practices. The primary goal of the audit is to express the Township's financial position and provide an opinion regarding the Township organization and the financial system based work done on a test basis.


2020 Township Audit [PDF]

2019 Township Audit [PDF] 

2018 Township Audit [PDF]

2017 Township Audit [PDF] 

2016 Township Audit [PDF] 

2015 Township Audit [PDF] 

2014 Township Audit [PDF] 

2013 Township Audit [PDF] 

2012 Township Audit [PDF] 

Special Audits

2019 Financing Discussion by PFM Finance [PDF] 

2017 Liquid Fuels Audit  [PDF]