Finance Department

The core mission of the this department is to develop, track and maintain all expenditures and revenues. All while providing accurate financial records and excellent customer service for business license applicants.

Doing Business with the City

2021 Procurement Card Audit & Corrective Action Plan 

Additional updates anticipated for the Corrective Action Plan as information becomes available.


Stonecrest's Budget

Proposed 2020 Millage Rate

The City Council of the City of Stonecrest, Georgia has announced its intention to transfer the DeKalb County millage rate for Parks & Recreation service to a City millage rate which would result in a City of Stonecrest property tax. The proposed rate is 1.438 mills.

1 - Implement Stonecrest Millage Rate 

2- Stonecrest Millage Rate Q&A (July 6, 2020) 

3 - Schedule for 2020 Homestead Exemption  


Annual and Budget Reports

Department Highlights

Award presentation to finance department of Stonecrest Georgia In the photo (l-r) Michael Harris, City Manager; Audrey Mays, City Accounts Manager; James Pence of Mauldin and Jenkins; Mayor Jason Lary.

Stonecrest's Finance Department Receives Top Award

The Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting was awarded to the City of Stonecrest by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) for its comprehensive annual financial report (CAFR). The Certificate of Achievement is the highest form of recognition in the area of governmental accounting and financial reporting, and its attainment represents a significant accomplishment by a government and its management.

In conjunction with the GFOA award, Mayor Jason Lary and City Manager Michael Harris presented an Award of Financial Reporting Achievement to City Accounts Manager Audrey Mays at last night's city council meeting. Mays and Harris worked on the CAFR with representatives from Mauldin and Jenkins, the city's external auditing firm. 

"I feel great. The CAFR is a great recognition, especially for our first year. We were in total compliance with the high standards set by the Government Finance Officers Association. Usually, cities don't do CAFRs until they are about five years old. We intend on doing a CAFR every year as we have set our standards high," Mays said.

The CAFR was judged by an impartial panel to meet the program's high standards which include, demonstrating a constructive "spirit of full disclosure" to clearly communicate its financial story and motivate potential users and user groups to read the CAFR. - 1/29/19


Gia Scruggs
Finance Director

Audrey Mays
Senior Accountant

Malcolm Whichard, CPPB, GCPA
Procurement Manager

Mia Wilson
Revenue Manager

Helpful Resources

Monthly Financial Reports