Top 20 Fiscally Healthy Cities of Inland Empire: Eastvale Leads the Pack

By: Sharjeel Sohaib

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Nov 5, 2022

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Financial comparisons and calculations, sometimes known as risk indicators, were used by the State Auditor’s office to examine economic issues. As per the high-risk fiscal health for the 2020–2021 fiscal year, the City of Eastvale is ranked No. 1 out of all cities in the Inland Empire. It is the city with the lowest fiscal risk in the Inland Empire.

Key Takeaways:

  • Out of all cities in the Inland Empire, the City of Eastvalewas ranked number one. 
  • The top 20 cities with the most substantial financial standing are Calimesa, Twentynine Palms, Rancho Mirage, and La Quinta, among others. 

Top 20 Cities of the Inland Empire Starting from the Best

The Inland Empire of California is a region that has been looking to become more fiscally healthy in recent years. It is a great place to live, and you’ll like the Fiscally Healthy Cities of the Inland Empire list. The government of California ranked different cities of IE based on their financial and economic stability. 

Following are the top 20 best financially strong cities in Inland Empire:

  1. Eastvale
  2. Calimesa
  3. Twentynine Palms
  4. Rancho Mirage 
  5. Yucca Valley
  6. La Quinta
  7. Palm Desert
  8. Temecula
  9. Canyon Lake
  10. Menifee
  11. Rancho Cucamonga
  12. Yucaipa
  13. Needles
  14. Big Bear Lake
  15. Murrieta
  16. Chino Hills
  17. Moreno Valley
  18. Jurupa Valley
  19. Fontana
  20. Highland

Risk Indicators to Identify the Fiscal Health of Cities

The cities are ranked depending on different risk indicators stated by the government. 

  • General Fund Reserves
  • Debt Burden
  • Liquidity
  • Revenue Trends
  • Pension Obligations
  • Pension Funding
  • Pension Costs
  • Future Pension Costs
  • OPEB Obligations
  • OPEB Funding

At the moment, California is concentrating its efforts on assessing the dangers that California’s cities face.

The regional high-risk government program assesses waste, fraud, and mismanagement in Californian cities. The program is divided into two parts:

  1. Interactive Dashboard

Every year, critical financial information about Californian cities is gathered and analyzed. This information is then used to create an interactive dashboard showing which communities may have financial difficulties. 

Residents of California, state and municipal authorities, and interested parties can access a data-driven view of each city’s economic health through this accessible interface.

  1. Audits

The government conducts preliminary evaluations to better assess those cities’ risks after compiling a list of the cities experiencing financial difficulties. These initial evaluations help them decide whether to ask the Joint Legislative Audit Committee for permission to audit the city. 

If an audit results in the designation of a city as high risk, the city must submit a remedial action plan and give updates every six months on the plan’s implementation. 

When the government’s professional opinion leads them to believe that the city has taken adequate corrective action, the auditors will remove the high-risk label.

City of Eastvale: The City with Lowest Fiscal Risks

The California State Auditor devised a process for analyzing if a local government agency is at risk of financial distress as part of the high-risk local government audit program.

The California State Auditors have named the City of Eastvale as one of the Inland Empire’s top cities for low-risk fiscal health. 

From high to low risk, cities are ranked according to financial risk indicators. These outcomes go above and above Eastvale’s expectations, and it is anticipated that the city’s financial standing will improve as more firms move to the area.

Wrap Up!

As part of the high-risk local government audit program, the California State Auditor established a method for determining if a local government agency is in danger of financial trouble. Cities are classified from high to low risk based on their fiscal risk. 

Californian cities are ranked according to how financially and economically stable they are. One of the best cities in the Inland Empire for low-risk financial health is the City of Eastvale. 

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