Brandon Mims, City Treasurer

Brandon Mims is a life-long resident of the City of Compton.  After 15 years of public service, including seven years with the City of Compton, he chose to run for public office in 2021 to help put action to words in our community. Brandon is committed to improving your quality life – on your block – in your neighborhood.  If you ever have any questions about the City Treasurer’s Office or you need assistance navigating City Hall, you can email him directly at


Brandon remains committed to actively engaging social media platforms to inform Residents about their money AND to cultivate new voters in the Compton community.  If you would like more information about our social media outreach please contact Brandon directly on Instagram at @comptoncitytreasurer.


Investment Reports

 Please click below for the latest investment report.

July 2021


August 2021

  • Portfolio Summary
  • Cash Analysis
  • Treasurer Report


If you have general questions about the office, financial inquiries or requests for information related to financial reporting, please feel free to contact one of our Deputy City Treasurers, Claudia Eulloqui or Ralph Salgado


 Contact the City Treasurer

City Treasurer’s Office

205 South Willowbrook Avenue

Compton, California 90220


Phone: (310) 605-5515

Fax: (310) 763-4567



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Treasurer’s Office Operations


The City Treasurer shall be the custodian of all public funds belonging to or under the control of the City of Compton, or of any office, department or agency thereof.  The City Treasurer’s Office takes a best practices approach to money management based on state law and prudent fiscal forecasting and analysis.  The City Treasurer is responsible for all cash operations, including banking, managing the City’s cash liquidity and achieving a reasonable rate of return while minimizing risk. The Treasurer oversees $100+ million cash investment portfolio, including the $30+ million Employee Pension Tax and $20+ million Successor Agency Funding.