Through the Morris County Small Business Grant Program, financial support of up to $15,000 is to be provided for qualifying businesses, business owners and nonprofits that do not exceed $5 million in annual gross revenue and have experienced costly interruptions as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The County is required to adopt a budget and capital budget annually.
The day-to-day operations of the county are reflected in the county budget. The capital budget includes facilities and long-term investments.
The monthly line item budget reports are fluid and subject to change. They include every single line item in the budget and are published on a monthly basis.
Reports prior to March are not available. Reporting begins once the county budget is adopted, which typically takes place in March.
Morris County had its top-ranked Triple-A bond rating reaffirmed and it’s financial stability ranked as better than the federal government, with a stable financial outlook issued this month by Moody’s Investors Services, Inc., and Standard Poor’s, the nation’s two largest bond rating agencies.
The Morris County Online Bid System provides a range of opportunities for participating vendors and municipalities, as well as publicly available bid information for interested citizens.
The Board of County Commissioners must take action to approve the bills to be paid at each meeting. Read Bill Lists
Annually, the County is required to have an annual audit conducted by a Registered Municipal Accountant.
The County is required annually to file an Annual Debt Statement with the NJ Division of Local Government Services by January 31.
The County is required annually to file Annual Financial Statements prepared by management (Unaudited) with the Division of Local Government Services by January 26.