The accounting staff uses standard accounting practices and procedures to ensure that all transactions are properly authorized and recorded, and assets are properly safeguarded, managed, and accounted for.
The Treasurer’s Office focuses on financial policies, analysis, and long-range financial planning to effectively manage the city’s financial resources and preserve the city’s long-term financial health.
Cashiering and receipting of taxes and fees
Greeting the public and responding to community information requests
Managing banking services
Preparing fee ordinance for utility rates, user charges, impact fees, etc.
Preparing insurance endorsements
Preparing monthly water and sewer utility billing
Preparing payments for services, including debt services and compliance to bond covenants
Coordinating annual and special audits
Managing the overall financial condition of the city
Preparing cost allocations plans
Preparing the annual budget
Preparing the annual report
Preparing the financial policies report
Preparing the quarterly financial statement analysis
Providing general accounting services
Providing support services (processing and distributing mail, ordering office supplies, etc.)
Reporting and analyzing to help operating departments achieve their objectives
Reviewing City Council agenda items and other documents for fiscal impact