The Auditor's office received The Auditor of State Award With Distinction for the year 2017. This is the third year
The Auditor's Office participates in the Government Financial Officer's Association (GFOA) Excellence in Financial Reporting program and has received a Certificate of Achievement each year since 2008. This certificate is awarded for our Comprehensive Annual Financial Report. This report must satisfy both generally accepted accounting principles and applicable legal requirements.
The City of Wadsworth continues to demonstrate a sound and conservative approach in financial management as recognized by Standard & Poor's AA rating. See Credit Rating.
To report a tip on fraud or potential fraud, email CityAuditor@wadsworthcity.org or call 330-335-2742. Feel free to provide the information anonymously. If you choose, you can leave your name and phone number.
To report a tip on fraud or potential fraud to City Council, call their 24-hour number, 330-335-2716 and leave a message on their voice mail. If you choose, you can leave your name and phone number.
Additionally, the Ohio Auditor of State's Office maintains a system for the reporting of fraud, including misuse of public money by any official or office. The system allows all Ohio citizens, including public employees, the opportunity to make anonymous complaints through a toll free number, the Auditor of State's website, or through the U.S. mail.
Auditor of State's fraud contact information:
Phone: 866-FRAUDOH (1-866-372-8364)
Ohio Auditor of State's Office
Special Investigations Unit
88 East Broad Street
P.O. Box 1140
Columbus, OH 43215
State of Ohio Auditor Website (search for Fraud Center)
If you have questions regarding City Income Tax, please contact the Income Tax Officer.
If you have a question about an Account Payable, please contact the Accounts Payable Clerk.