The Accounting Division of the Department of Revenue and Finance administers the general ledger; processes payroll records; maintains accounts receivable and payable; controls reimbursements and interdepartmental billings; and is responsible for investing City funds as well as negotiating bond issues.
The City Clerk's Office is responsible for recording City Council meetings; preparing City Council agendas; indexing local laws, ordinances, resolutions, agreements, and deeds; updating and distributing supplements to the City Code; and maintaining current appointments to City boards and committees, City and State financial disclosure statements and executive orders recording of official documents with appropriate agencies, and indexing of City cemetery burials.
The Contract Administration Department prepares and manages the preparation of contract documents for professional and construction services, architectural design, drafting services for civil and architectural design needs, and construction inspection services for architectural construction projects.
The Department of Revenue and Finance is responsible for managing the City's financial matters. Primary functions include: administration, budgeting, planning, accounting, investment, licensing, utility accounting, pension, and grant administration.