The revenue management program administers the
Citys treasury and revenue operations in accordance with established fiscal
- Developing and implementing effective
and efficient revenue planning, monitoring, and reporting systems which help
Citys long-term fiscal health.
- Providing quality customer service.
- Protecting the Citys cash assets
from unauthorized use.
Administering meter reading system; coordinating customer service orders (service stops,
starts, and questions); billing and collecting water and sewer service payments;
administering low income assistance programs; and supporting the Citys water
Administering the business tax system, including annual renewals of all City businesses,
issuing tax certificates to new businesses, enforcing the business tax ordinance,
implementing gross receipt verification programs, and providing mandated business tax
information to the State.
- Accounts receivable.
Maintaining organization-wide accounts receivable system, including grant receipts and
transient occupancy tax (TOT) collections.
- Cashier and public counter.
Providing public counter and cashiering services at City Hall as well as accounting for
all bank deposits from other City facilities.
- Revenue forecasts and rate
reviews. Preparing revenue forecasts and monitoring trends; reviewing utility
rates, user charges, and development impact fees, and making recommendations to Council as
- Investments, banking services,
and debt service administration. Managing the Citys investment portfolio in
accordance with adopted policies and plans, including preparing cash flow projections,
coordinating broker/dealer services, identifying appropriate investment vehicles and
timeframes, and allocating interest earnings among funds in accordance with generally
accepted accounting principles; administering the Citys banking services contract;
coordinating project financings; and administering debt service obligations in accordance
with bond covenants.