Director of Finance & Treasurer
Phone: (705) 739-4232
Fax: (705) 739-4237
This page informs on the department's role in the working structure of the organization, positioned to best serve our community.
The Finance Department provides financial services to City Council, the Public and City Departments. Primary responsibilities of the Finance Department include:
2017 Municipal Study - Prepared by BMA Management Consulting Inc. - Part 1
2017 Municipal Study - Prepared by BMA Management Consulting Inc. - Part 2
The Annual Consolidated Financial Statements of the City of Barrie can be accessed through the links provided below. These statements have been audited by the City's accounting firm and a copy of their audit opinion letter is included with the financial statements. It should be noted that the audit letter reflects only the financial statements as presented and does not relate to any other content found on the City's website.
Any questions relating to these financial statements may be directed to the Deputy City Treasurer at 705-739-4220 ext. 4436.
City of Barrie Water and Wastewater Financial Plan, October 7, 2015.pdf
City of Barrie Long Range Financial Plan and Financial Policies Framework
The Corporate Financial Policies for the City of Barrie can be accessed through the Finance Policies Framework.pdf
2018 Credit Rating
2017 Credit Rating
2016 Credit Rating
2015 Credit Rating
2014 Credit Rating
2013 Credit Rating - Supplementary Analysis
2013 Credit Rating - Summary Analysis
2011 Credit Rating
2010 Credit Rating
2009 Credit Rating
Key Performance Indicators, 2017
It takes a variety of goods and services to keep the City running – everything from road salt, vehicles and uniforms to printing services, office supplies, computers, communications technology and so much more.
The Purchasing Branch works with Departments as a strategic partner, facilitating value-added procurement for all goods and services. To that end, we assist with procurement project management and collaborate as business partners and advisors to our customers.
Purchasing staff are highly dedicated, knowledgeable and trained professionals. Many staff have achieved internationally recognized professional designations and certifications in procurement and inventory management.
Key objectives of the Procurement Branch:
The City of Barrie is one of the founding members of the Georgian Bay Area Public Purchasing Co-operative (GBAPPC). The GBAPPC membership comprises a broad spectrum of public agencies operating within the Georgian Bay area including municipalities, school boards, hospitals, colleges, and various other public entities that share resource efforts to procure similar goods and services through collaborative processes to recognize additional savings.
Additionally, Purchasing oversees two store locations (Operations Centre and Surface Water Treatment Plant) to support the immediate day-today needs of the City’s Operational groups. These store areas primarily maintain inventories of commonly used items to ensure necessary materials and equipment are available to City staff when required.
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