Financial Reports



Annual Operating Budgets

The budget document is intended to give the reader a comprehensive view of the funding for the City of Round Rock’s day to day operations; scheduled capital improvements expenditures; principal and interest payments for the long-term debt and capitals leases; and an overview of the City’s operations by department.

Current Budget Workbook

Prior Year Adopted Workbooks

Investment Reports and Policy

Quarterly Investment ReportEnded June 2023
Quarterly Investment Report – Ended March 2023
Quarterly Investment Report Ended December 2022
Quarterly Investment ReportEnded September 2022
Quarterly Investment ReportEnded June 2022
Quarterly Investment ReportEnded March 2022
Investment PolicyUpdated and adopted December 1, 2022
Financial PoliciesUpdated & adopted August 24, 2023

Annual Comprehensive Financial Reports

The City of Round Rock publishes its audited financial statements, Management Discussion and Analysis (MDA), and supplement information in its Annual Comprehensive Financial Report (Annual Report). This report satisfies both the general accepted accounting principles and applicable legal requirements.

The following are links to the Annual Comprehensive Financial Reports (Annual Report) of the City.

Popular Annual Financial Reports

The Popular Annual Financial Report (PAFR) is intended to provide information about the City of Round Rock in quick and easy to read format. It is an informational tool which refers to the Budget Book and the Annual Report information but at a much more informal basis.

The links below are copies of the City’s PAFRs.

Check/Expense Registers

These check/expense registers show the date, payee and amount paid for all expenses paid by the City of Round Rock. The current register is less than 120 days old. Prior registers are available for the last three fiscal years.

Monthly Check Registers FY 2022-2023

Annual Check Registers


Round Rock uses debt financing to strategically fund large capital purchases like new road improvements, parks, water lines, trails, fire stations, public safety training facilities, and libraries.  The City’s outstanding General Obligation bonds, revenue bonds, and capital leases are summarized in the City’s Debt Book.


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