Financial Services

The city's Financial Services Department serves as the backbone of municipal fiscal management, comprising three critical subdivisions: the Collector, the Treasurer, and the Assessor. The Collector's office is instrumental in processing payments and fees, diligently handling the intake of city revenues from various sources such as local taxes, licenses, and permits. The Treasurer's office manages these collected funds, overseeing the city's cash flow, conducting debt and investment activities, and safeguarding municipal financial assets, ensuring fiscal responsibility and stability. Simultaneously, the Assessor's office plays a pivotal role in property valuation, meticulously evaluating real estate and personal property to establish fair and equitable tax assessments in accordance with state laws. Together, these offices ensure the streamlined operation of the city's financial mechanisms, contributing to sustainable urban development and long-term economic health.