|Name:||G. Bradstreet, Treasurer|
City ordinances require the City Treasurer to collect and deposit money owed the city for various services and taxes. State law also requires the Treasurer to serve on the Police and Fire Pension Board, which oversees and administers the pension fund. The Treasurer receives payments for utility bills, invoices, income taxes, and special assessments. The Treasurer also bills and collects property taxes for the city, schools, county, library, community college and state. The money collected is periodically sent to the other taxing jurisdictions.
In addition to billing and collecting, the Treasurer's division receives, records and deposits all city revenue.
The 2013 Summer Property Taxes are due and payable on or before August 20, 2013. Payments must be received by August 20, 2013. On August 21 a three percent (3%) penalty is automatically applied to any unpaid balance due.