Office of the Ulster County Comptroller

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Ulster County Comptroller
P.O. Box 1800
Kingston, New York 12402
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News

Press Release on 2021 Ulster County Government Facilities & Properties Report

Kingston, NY (July 29, 2021) Ulster County Comptroller today issued the Ulster County Government Facilities & Properties Report. The Report serves as the first publicly available inventory of Ulster County office, highway substations, and park space since 2007.

Media Advisory on Fraud Workshop for Non-Profits on August 4th, 2021

Kingston, NY (July 27, 2021) - NYS Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli’s program, "Don't Get Burned" – Fraud Detection and Prevention for the Nonprofit Sector" prepares non-profit organizations large or small to be pro-active in protecting their finances by fortifying internal controls and assessing potential risks. Taking initiative to safeguard program dollars is especially important during this time of the Covid-19 Pandemic.

Recent Reports

2021 Ulster County Government Facilities & Properties Report

The Government Finance Officers’ Association recommends that government entities provide a “plain language” capital asset report to elected officials and the general public at least once every three years. This report only covers major government facilities and some infrastructure. It does not include equipment and majority of county-owned infrastructure, nor does it include condition ratings, changes in the value of assets or other information recommended for a comprehensive Report on Capital Assets.

2020 Fiscal Stress Assessment Report

Kingston, NY (July 12, 2021) – Ulster County Comptroller’s Office has released the latest Ulster County Fiscal Stress Test results for the year ended 2020. The New York State Office of the State Comptroller (OSC) developed the Fiscal Stress Test as a tool to assist governmental entities toward better understanding their historical and present economic status. According to OSC, “fiscal stress” is the “inability of an entity to generate enough revenues within the current fiscal period to meet its expenditures.” Ulster County has maintained its multi-year status without a stress designation.