The Finance Department consists of three divisions: Finance Administration, Financial Services, and Revenue Services (Water Department).
Finance Administration is charged with the following:
Collecting, investing, and safeguarding all public funds; maintaining market transparency by providing continuing disclosure with the help of our Investor Relations Provider - Digital Assurance Certification or, DAC, see Budgets and Financials for more information and a link to the DAC website; Preparing routine financial reports and special reports as required by the manager, mayor, council, departments, and authorities; Assists the City Manager in compiling and preparing the annual operating and capital improvement budgets; Supervisory review over purchasing operations, revenue collecting operations, and accounting operations.
Financial Services is responsible to the Finance Director for keeping records of all financial transactions and for:
Preparation of retiree pension payments; making determinations on the propriety of disbursements in accordance with the law and approved appropriations; all aspects of purchasing, printing and disposal of property; preparing monthly financial reports for City Council, preparing the City budget, working with external auditors; and making sure all cash is balanced by account and funds are invested.
Financial Services houses a printing facility that provides forms, copies of reports, brochures, pamphlets, door hangers, agenda books, budget books and many other requested printed and copied materials for all departments.
102 SW 5th street
(City Hall Annex)
Monday - Friday 8:00 to 5:00 Closed for Lunch (12 - 1)