Martin County Clerk and Comptroller, Carolyn Timmann, today announced the release of the first edition of Martin County Tides, our County’s Popular Annual Financial Report (PAFR) for the Fiscal Year ended September 30, 2020. The goal of this report is to provide a condensed version of some of the financial and demographic detail in our award-winning Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, which provides an in-depth review of the County’s finances.
The Popular Annual Financial Report features an overview of our county, local economy, governmentwide financial statements, a concise review of the government fund, general fund, capital assets, ongoing county projects, the county’s debt, and cash and investments. The PAFR was developed to be used as a tool to help the public in general understand how the county’s public funds are being managed and spent. Additionally, this report will be submitted to the Florida Government Finance Officers Association Award Program, which follows strict review and reporting rules.
“As Martin County’s Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer and Auditor, it is my goal to ensure information about the County’s finances is accessible and transparent to our residents,” said Clerk Carolyn Timmann.
The Martin County Clerk encourages all residents of Martin County to view this report for a better understanding of the County finances. The PAFR is available electronically on our website.