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CVTRS Reports
City, Village, and Township Revenue Sharing (CVTRS)

During 2014, the Michigan Legislature changed the former Economic Vitality Incentive Program (EVIP) to the City, Village, and Township Revenue Sharing (CVTRS) Program and adjusted the associated reporting requirements.  Like EVIP, CVTRS requires local units of government eligible for revenue sharing funding from the State to meet certain eligibility requirements in order to receive funding. Revenue sharing is an important source of revenue for the City. The City has previously met all reporting requirements contained in EVIP and has received full funding all three years.

For its 2014 Fiscal Year, the State has required eligible communities to file with the Department of Treasury the following documents in order to receive CVTRS funding:

Two reports previoiusly prepared by the City pursuant to the former EVIP program and still of interest are:

ACT 51 Reports

Based on recent legislative changes, the City, along with other recipients of distributions from the Michigan Transportation Fund are required to annually certify transportation employee related expenses and share for public review certain transportation related financial data.  Click on the following link to review: Act 51 - 2014 Report