The City of Gillette releases the 2012 Annual Report. The 2012 Annual Report covers highlights from each Department - including information on the Madison Pipeline Project, City Finances, Police Department and Public Works. The report is meant to be an easy to read "snapshot in time," featuring financial and statistical data that highlight the services the City of Gillette provides its customers.
Want to know how many people visited the City Pool in 2012?
Or what the total asset book value of the City was in 2012?
Or how much the Capital Facilities Tax had raised (as of 12/31/2012) to fund the second Madison Pipeline Project?
The 2012 Annual Report provides information on those topics and many others. (For the record, the answers are: 35,443 people visited the City Pool; the City's total asset book value in 2012 was $332,549,460; and the Capital Facilities Tax had raised a total of $34,319,612 towards the total $110 Million to fund the project.)
Administrator Carter Napier initiated the annual report in his first year with the City in 2011. The 2012 report covers similar information and has been expanded to cover information such as:
The Madison Pipeline Project The Optional 1% Sales Tax Water Efficiency Development Services Projects and Statistics
The City of Gillette's Annual Report is available online as well as at various locations around City Facilities.