Below are our reports in progress. Depending on the scope of work, some audits can require a significant amount of time, and we do not report findings and recommendations to the public until audits are complete. Find out about the audit process here.
The purpose of this audit is to evaluate the effectiveness of the City’s management of City-owned property. The audit will determine whether the City is engaging in effective oversight with respect to property management of City-owned property that is leased to outside entities. The scope of the audit includes real estate and lease activities under the purview of the Property Services Division in the Economic Development Department over the past three years.
The assessment and collection process of property taxes are primarily conducted by County entities. The City Auditor’s Office recognizes the importance of this revenue, as property taxes are one of the largest sources of revenue for the City. The purpose of this audit is to review the City’s role and responsibilities and evaluate the appropriateness of the internal processes over receiving and recording property tax revenue.
The Homeless Services Bureau within the City’s Health and Human Services Department provides a comprehensive response to homelessness such as outreach, medical and mental health support, emergency shelter beds, and various other basic need services to individuals experiencing homelessness. The City has agreements with numerous organizations that provide direct services to homeless individuals. The purpose of this audit is to review the performance of select service providers that provide direct services to homeless individuals.
The objective of this audit is to evaluate the City’s Construction & Demolition Recycling (C&D) Program refundable deposits which are held to encourage the use of green building techniques for new construction and promote the reuse of recyclable materials for demolition and construction projects. The audit will include an analysis of the C&D Program deposits to identify potential funds available for City use. Furthermore, the audit will review the C&D Program’s deposit records and listings, historical and current applications, and processes related to operations.