Dashboard, Citizens’ Guide, EVIP


As part of Public Act 63 of 2011, the City of Stanton is participating in the Economic Vitality Incentive Program.  Below you will find links to the City’s Dashboard and Citizens’ Guide


Tenant 1: Accountability and Transparency

City of Stanton Dashboard

The Performance Dashboard should include those financial and operating measures that are most important to the government and its citizens. Meeting this criterion will require the local unit to report on measures such as fiscal stability, economic strength, public safety, quality of life and other measures the local unit select that are relevant to the local unit’s strategic goals and objectives.  Click on the above link to view the City’s performance dashboard.

City of Stanton Citizens’ Guide

The purpose of the Citizens’ Guide is to provide a more transparent understanding of local unit finances by the citizens. The intent is to provide a simple graphical presentation of the most important financial measures, in a manner that can be easily understood by the average citizen. While the local unit has flexibility regarding the contents of the Citizens’ Guide, it must include recognition of its unfunded liabilities. The local unit has the latitude to create the guide in a manner best suited for the local unit. Click on the above link to view the City’s citizens guide.

Tenant 2: Consolidation of Services

The City has developed a report detailing the ongoing cooperation agreements and consolidation efforts efforts the City maintains. This report also proposes several new areas of possible cooperation and consolidation.

City Cooperation, Collaboration, and Consolidation Plan

City Manager shared Service Agreement

County-Wide Public Works Mutual Aid Agreement

Tenant 3: Employee Compensation

By a unanimous vote of the City Commission, the City has opted out of this part of EVIP.

Tenant 4: Projected Budget

2012-2014 Projected General Fund Budget with indebtedness