Office of Financial Planning
County Administration Center
1600 Pacific Highway, Rm 352
San Diego, CA, 92101
Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8:00am to 5:00pm (pst)
Office Phone: (619) 531-5177
Office Fax: (619) 531-6261
Director, Office of Financial Planning
Mission Statement: To provide comprehensive financial planning, policy oversight, advisory services, and administration of community grant programs to ensure stability, integrity, and promote accountability and transparency in government to foster public confidence.
Summary: The Office of Financial Planning (OFP), under the direction of the Chief Financial Officer, formulates and implements the County’s strategic financial planning policies and prepares the County’s annual budget known as the Operational Plan. OFP monitors the budget on a continuing basis, and with the participation of the Agency/Groups and departments, prepares quarterly budget status reports for the Board of Supervisors. In addition, OFP controls all adjustments to the budget, and reviews and signs off on all Board letters to ensure that the fiscal impact has been adequately disclosed. OFP also assists with the year-end financial system closing process and the preparation of portions of the County’s comprehensive annual financial report (CAFR). Finally, the Office of Financial Planning administers the Community Enhancement and Community Projects grant programs on behalf of the Board of Supervisors.
List of Services:
The Operational Plan allocates resources to specific programs and services that support our long-term goals over the next two fiscal years. Both a Proposed and an Adopted Operational Plan are prepared each year.
The Quarterly Operational Plan Status Report to the Board of Supervisors is a tool to evaluate whether the Agency/Group/Departments’ actual revenues and expenditures during the fiscal year remain on target with respect to the budget.
The Neighborhood Reinvestment Program and Community
Enhancement programs provide grants to community organizations
throughout San Diego County that assist in meeting the social,
cultural and recreational needs of County residents or assist in the
promotion and generation of tourism or economic development. All
grants are awarded by the Board of Supervisors.
DISCLAIMER: The following information is provided to you as a matter of convenience and speaks as of the end of the last period to which they relate. There may have been changes in the financial condition or affairs of the County of San Diego since then, the County of San Diego has not undertaken to update the financial statements, or such other documents.