The Accounting, Purchasing, Billing and Tax Collections sections of the Finance Department are located on the first floor of Town Hall. The Finance Department administers a 18.1 million dollar budget. The 6 employees assigned to this department provide management of the Town funds and investments; maintain the accounts payable process; prepare the Comprehensive Annual Finance Report and numerous other State and Federal mandated reports; plan and administer debt policies and debt issues; coordinate the risk management program; purchase materials, supplies and equipment for all Town departments; bill monthly customers for electric, water, sewer and refuse services; bills, collect and issue privilege license; and collect property taxes. The department also prepares invoices for the town’s water, sewer, and street assessments.

Major functions of the Finance Department are:

  • Accounts Payable
  • Purchasing
  • Payroll
  • Annual Budget
  • Comprehensive Annual Financial Reporting
  • Investments
  • Collections
  • Utility Billing
  • Miscellaneous Billing
  • Assessment Billing
  • Privilege License Billing
  • Property Tax Collection

The Revenue and Collection section is available to collect payments for electric, water, sewer, garbage, business licenses, property tax, assessment billing, stormwater management and miscellaneous billing. The staff provides assistance for customers with regards to electric, water, sewer and assessment collections, bill inquiries, taxes and customer service. The hours of operation are 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. A drop box is located next to the drive through window for after hour payments. Credit cards (Mastercard and VISA) are acceptable forms of payment.