Accountability and Transparency

Economic Vitality Incentive Program (EVIP)

Units of local government receiving statutory revenue sharing, such as the City of Reed City, have to meet certain requirements to be eligible to receive a percentage of the total revenue sharing appropriated. This is known as the Economic Vitality Incentive Program or EVIP. One requirement is to make available for public viewing a Citizens Guide to Finances and a Performance Dashboard.

You may download the documents from the kiosk below. The purpose of the Citizen's Guide to Finances is to provide a more transparent understanding of City finances by the citizens. The Performance Dashboard includes financial and operating measures most important to the City and its citizens.

For more information, contact Reed City offices.

Accountability and Transparency Documents

Download these documents to learn about City of Reed City finances. These documents are presented as required by the State of Michigan Economic Vitality Incentive Program (EVIP). If you have questions, please contact City offices.

2018 Audit Report
Public Act 202 of 2017 Penssion Report
Citizens Guide
Projected Budget
Dashboard 2018
Debit Service Report

City Budget Resolution

The Reed City Council passed the 2017-2018 City Resolution.

City of Reed City Master Plan

Prepared by the Reed City Planning Commission and adopted in April, 2005.

Drinking Water Supply Cross Connection Control Program

In accordance with the State of Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, Resource Management Division, The City of Reed City proclaims this cross connection control program as a continuing effort to maintain pure, clean safe potable drinking water.

Resolution Establishing a Brownfield Redevelopment Authority

As adopted by the City Council in 2005.

EVIP: Consolidation of Services Certification Form

Dated January 28, 2014

EVIP: Proposed Service Consolidations Plan

Updated, as of February 10, 2014