Finance and Administration Director: Shawn Boyle
The Finance Department is responsible for all financial systems, procedures, internal control processes and reports that disclose the fiscal condition of the City to management, elected officials and the City's citizens. The Finance Department has five major areas of responsibility:
Generally this area of responsibility entails the accurate and timely reporting of historical and prospective financial information to both internal and external parties of interest. Specifically, the Finance Department is responsible for the following:
The Treasury function consists of maintaining and managing the City's investment and debt portfolios as follows:
The Revenue Collection function entails the billing for user services such as utilities as well as invoicing for any monies due under contractual agreements. The revenue cycle also includes collections for all amounts due and past due. Specifically, the Finance Department manages the following three areas under Revenue Collection:
The Cash Disbursements function handles the City's obligations for goods received and services rendered by vendors and the services rendered by employees in accordance with contractual obligations, as well as state and local guidelines, policies and procedures. Specifically, the Finance Department manages the following two areas under Cash Disbursements:
The Finance Department is responsible for safeguarding the City's assets including our "fixed assets". Specifically, we perform the following:
The mission of the Finance Department is to maintain the financial integrity of the City through effective fiscal oversight. This is accomplished by the development and implementation of sound financial policies and practices.