The Finance Department is composed of three divisions: Financial Services, Billing and Collection and Accounting.

Financial Services establishes and maintains sound fiscal policies for the Town; prepares the Town’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) and manages the annual audit; prepares and monitors the annual operating and capital budget; cash management and investments; debt management; assists departments with the procurement of goods and services; and oversight of the Finance Department.

Billing and Collection is responsible for billing and collection of user charges for water and sewer including the registration and connection of new customers, reading of the meters; billing and collecting of taxes including real estate, personal property, business license and meals tax; delinquent account collection; daily reconciliation and deposit of receipts; and customer support services.

Accounting is responsible for accounting functions and internal financial reporting; payroll processing; accounts payable processing; general ledger and bank statement reconciliations; coordination of capital project funding and loans; fixed asset accounting and coordination of the annual inventory update; and preparation of reports for federal, state and local agencies.