Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway today issued the State Auditor's monthly report detailing local government compliance with financial reporting laws. Cities, towns and villages in Missouri are required to file annual financial reports with the State Auditor's Office within six months of the end of their fiscal year.
Of the 24 local governments that were required to submit financial reports to the State Auditor's Office in October, 11 submitted their financial reports on time, and 13 did not.
The 11 local governments that submitted financial reports on time are the cities of Ashland, Beverly Hills, Hornersville, La Belle, La Grange, Palmyra, Perry, Princeton, Trenton, the town of Grand Falls Plaza, and the village of Wentworth.
The 13 local governments that did not submit financial reports on time are the cities of Alma, Carl Junction, Charleston, Higbee, Kansas City, Linn, Portage Des Sioux, Portageville, Risco, St. James, and the villages of Gentry, Ionia, and Truxton.
This report also includes information on 22 additional local governments with reports due in September or earlier that submitted late financial reports or other related documents to the State Auditor's Office in October.
Reports received are searchable online. A complete list of the local governments that submitted financial reports or related documentation in October is included in the full report, along with a list of local governments that failed to file required financial reports. The complete monthly report is available online here.