Federal Single Audit Report

About the Federal Single Audit Report

The federal Single Audit is required by the United States Government for any entity that expends more than $750,000 of federal funding in a fiscal year. The Single Audit is a rigorous, organization wide audit of the City to ensure that the federal funds are expended in accordance with the federal government's requirements and the purposes of the funding. The Single Audit Report is prepared by the City's external auditors and filed with the Federal Audit Clearinghouse. There will not be a single audit in the fiscal years in which the City did not receive a significant amount of federal funding. 

Fiscal Year 2021 Federal Single Audit Report

The City of Webster Groves is required to file a Single Audit Report for Fiscal Year 2021 due to the receipt of federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES) funding.

Past Fiscal Years Federal Single Audit Reports