Warsaw Common Council Discusses City’s Financial Plan

Graph showing Warsaw's net assessed value (by the millions) from 2010-2019. (Data provided by Baker Tilly)

Warsaw’s financial status for the future is looking pretty bright.

That’s according to Jeff Rowe of Baker Tilly, who was involved in creating the city’s comprehensive financial plan. Rowe stated to the common council Monday night that the financial status of the city has improved greatly since the Great Recession.

The city has seen its net assessed value rise 15 percent from $797 million in 2013 to $918 million in 2019.