Administrative Services

Administrative Services is responsible for Finance and Information Technology. Finance includes Utility Billing, Risk Management, Accounts Receivable and Payable, and Purchasing.  Information Technology includes Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and is responsible for the city's wide area network.


Our mission is to responsibly manage taxpayer dollars and ensure that resources are readily available for those who serve the community.  We are committed to promoting transparency, accountability, and efficiency in our operations. 


The Administrative Services Department strives to achieve and maintain financial stability, while optimizing the use of resources and technology to meet the current and future needs of the community. 

  1. Accounting
  2. Finance
  3. Management & Budget

The Accounting section maintains commercial accounts payable, receives and records revenues, reconciles the general ledger, reconciles bank statements, prepares monthly financial statements, coordinates the budget process, and prepares schedules in support of the annual audit.

  1. Purchasing
  2. Utility Billing

Purchasing is responsible for coordinating and procuring services and material at the best quality for the lowest price. Savings are realized by purchasing in bulk quantities where feasible. Purchasing coordinates all bids and quotations and processes all purchase requisitions. It is also responsible for the control of the city's tangible property and general supplies inventory, and for the disposition of surplus tangible property.