We deliver accurate financial services for sound management decision-making and are responsible for financial compliance and guidance, centralized accounting, cash management, business systems solutions, financial and debt management, tax collection and distribution, and the collection of delinquent accounts for various county departments.
This report covers financial statements for the fiscal year ending September 30th.
These quarterly reports summarize the portfolio of investments held by the County.
Central Services Cost Allocation Plans for expenditures for the fiscal year ending September 30th.
Audited financial statements of governmental activities and business-type activities.
The report explains the procedures to be followed by each department's financial liaison personnel.
The County's assets and liabilities, established controls and procedures and guide capital assets reporting.
Annual reports to bondholders cover all of the outstanding municipal bonds issued by the County through the end of the fiscal year on Sept. 30.
These ordinances regulate the sale of bonds, establish the Finance Committee and set the criteria for the underwriting pool.
Financial responsibility for bodily injury and property damage caused by accidental releases arising from operating storage tanks.
We provide the basic financial management system for all County departments, which is used for budgeting, expenditures, payments and receivables. We process credit card payments as a certified PCI-compliant merchant.
We are developing an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) strategy, which will also integrate inventory and the management of debt, grants and risk.
The new Imaging Workflow Application (IWA) will streamline workflow, improve processing cycles, and help eliminate paper files.