The Finance Department is responsible for financial accounting and reporting, treasury management, preparing the city budget, preparation of an annual audit with city auditor and administering the payments to city vendors.

Financial Accounting And ReportingThe Finance Department administers the City’s financial accounting system, accounting for all revenues and disbursements of the general government. We maintain a system of financial monitoring, control, and reporting for all operations and funds in order to provide an effective means of ensuring that financial integrity is not compromised. The Finance Department also provides City Council and the Mayor with the necessary resources in order to make sound financial decisions.


Each year all City funds, accounts, financial transactions and financial statements are audited by an independent certified public accountant.

Treasury ManagementThe Finance Department administers the City’s investment programs ensuring the safest and highest return on investments in accordance with City Council policy.


The Finance Department assists the City Manager in preparing the City’s Annual Operating and Capital Improvement Budget, which includes conducting public hearings on budget issues and holding departmental budget hearings. We also provide financial analysis and month to month monitoring to ensure budgetary compliance.

Surplus Property

The Finance Department is responsible for disposing of the City’s surplus property.  The preferred method of auctioning surplus property is the GovDeals website. Please check back periodically for updates.

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