Financial Services & Information Technology
The Financial Services & Information Technology department includes both financial and information technology services.
Financial Services is responsible for long-term financial planning, annual budget development, investment management, general accounting and all statutory financial reporting. The finance team collaborates with other departments to ensure fiscal responsibility and stewardship of the District’s operations and assets.
Financial Services calculates and levies property taxes, generates utility bills, and processes payments for things like licenses and permits. It is also responsible for insurance, risk management, and the City’s employee payroll for approximately 60 full-time, part-time, and casual employees.
The District’s Information Technology team is responsible for all Information Technology systems, ensuring internal and external users have the appropriate technology devices, information, and applications to maximize efficiency.
- Property Taxes
- Utility Billing
- Online Services (for property tax and utility billing)
- Grants in Aid
Visit the District Directory page for the Financial Services & Information Technology department.