In an effort to enhance transparency in financial reporting, the City of Hudson has launched Open Checkbook, an interactive tool that allows citizens to explore the City budget and transaction data in various graphical formats. Taxpayer Receipt is another application that lets taxpayers to see how their income and property tax money is being used by answering a few simple questions. We encourage citizens to explore these applications to learn more about the City's finances.
OpenGov Financial Tools Portal
Click on the image to explore the City budget and transactions.
The OpenGov Portal tool offers an interactive, visual way for citizens to explore the City budget and transactions. See where the City has spent money by category since the year 2000. Explore the budget allocations for the current year and how revenue has been spent so far. The tool also offers a search option to make it easy to find specific information in financial reports.
Click on the image to see how your income and property taxes are being used
Want to know how much of your tax money goes to road improvements? How much to you pay to the Hudson City Schools? With Taxpayer Receipt, you can estimate how your income and property tax money is being used by the City. Just answer a few short questions and the tool divides the amount you pay into several categories, such as storm water, street and sidewalk construction, or Hudson City Schools.