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The City Finance Committee establishes guidelines for city budgeting and accounting, reviews and comments on city budgets to city officials to improve upon and use sound financial procedures. It also conducts studies of municipal revenues and expenditures, and advises and makes recommendations annually to the governor and the general assembly concerning city budgets and finance. Lastly, it acts as the appeal board for decisions rendered by the director of the department on rate limit appeals by cities.




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Please click here to obtain a list of excess funds that are available. Please review the list to determine if you are owed money. You can click here to see the Procedure for obtaining the Funds. If you are eligible to receive funds please send your requests will all of the necessary documents to baltimorecitycollections@baltimorecity.gov. The city does not provide forms or legal advice pertaining to the requests for excess funds.


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The Finance Department is composed of six divisions: Accounting, Budget, City Clerk, City Treasurer, Information Services, and Purchasing. We strive to provide services to internal customers through support of both the City and County for information technology and purchasing. In addition, we seek to provide consistent, reliable and timely information in regards to City finances.


Information & ServicesGeneral InformationWhat services are provided by the Finance Administration Division?Finance Administration is responsible for setting goals for the department and the organization related to the City of Culver City finances, setting the strategic vision to reach those goals, and providing support and financial guidance to elected leaders, City Management and other departments, as well as managing all aspects of the Finance Department.


The requirement for a business tax certificate and payment of business tax is a uniform requirement for nearly all cities in California. It is the business owner's responsibility to determine the city's requirements for taxes, fees, permits, zoning, signage, etc. before starting business. A business is responsible for payment of business tax from the date that they started doing business. If they are delinquent in paying tax, then they are required to pay late payment penalties in addition to the tax obligation.


The Department assists the City Manager with the annual operating and capital improvement budgets and in developing and maintaining the city's long-range financial projections. The Finance Department provides a number of financial support services to the City Council, City Manager, and other City departments.


The Finance Department is responsible for providing quality service to the City's customers, which includes the preparation of the City's utility bills, monthly statements, parking citation reminders & business licenses. The Finance Department also manages the City's finances, including accounts payable, accounts receivable, investments, purchasing, cash receipts and payroll.


The purchasing agent is responsible for project bidding, vendor negotiations and relations, large purchases, bid comparisons, and monitoring of general city purchasing activities. This function ensures that the city is paying the lowest cost for the greatest value, saving the city hundreds of thousands of dollars per year. More Information


Administration: 703.385.7850Provides direction and management to the Finance Division, develops and implements the city's financial policies and procedures, and responds to public inquiries concerning financial operations.


Budgeting: 703-385-7876Maximizes city resources by identifying cost saving measures and making improvements to the budget process while developing and monitoring the city's annual operating and capital budgets.


The City of Naples Finance Department is responsible for all financial operations of the city and ensuring citywide internal controls and accountability. The Finance Department has three main functions/operating divisions:


The Finance Department is responsible for the proper accounting and reporting of all financial activities of the city. The department functions to provide financial information needed for policy and administrative decisions. The financial information is used:


The Finance Department prepares the city's Annual Budget & Capital Improvements Program, and Annual Comprehensive Financial Report (ACFR). The City Manager's proposed budget must be submitted to the City Council between the 10th and 15th of April. The City Council holds a series of meetings, work sessions, and public hearings to discuss the budget. Residents are encouraged to become involved in the budget process by attending the work sessions and addressing their comments to Council at the public hearings.


The city is also required to conform to the reporting requirements of the State of Maryland. In addition, the City Charter requires that "the financial books and accounts of the city shall be audited annually by an independent certified public accountant selected by the Council."


Finance Administration is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Finance Department. The Chief Financial Officer reviews operations to ensure compliance with federal, state, and local laws, as well as, City regulations and financial policies. Administration manages the annual operating and capital budgets, long-term financial plan, business enterprise system, citywide cost allocation study, fixed asset inventory, financial reporting, and annual audits.


The Finance department manages all of the City's finances, including the big things like our treasury and debt management. We also handle transactions like accounts payable, payroll, licensing and cashiering, risk management, financial reporting and information technology.


We value openness and transparency, so we invite you to view our financial data at unioncity.opengov.com or you can visit the Transparency Portal on this website where you will find our biennial budget and other financial reports.


The City Council adopts a biennial city budget and a five year capital improvement plan to ensure optimal maintenance and efficiency of city services. You can find the current budget and an archive of past budgets in our Transparency Portal.


The Procurement Division manages the City's procurement functions, including coordinating the activities involved with procuring materials, equipment, supplies, and services for the operation of city government. This division also manages all aspects of the bid process and is the point of contact for potential bidders.


The City has two sites where financial information can be accessed, Camas Open Budget and Camas Open Spending. This will allow the City to share financial information through an "open data" portal. These portals help to foster engagement and make City finances more transparent with its residents.


The Department administers the city-wide budget and plays a key role in every financial transaction of the City. Services provided by the department include budgeting, fiscal oversight, accounting, accounts payable and receivable, payroll, fixed assets, revenue collection, utility billing, business licensing, dog licensing, financial reporting, debt management, cash handling, investments, and purchasing. 041b061a72


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