Financial, Budget, Debt, and Cash Management

    Ensure cost efficiencies and accountability.

  • Timely and objective reports and analysis to support financial decisions, including monthly close and year-end close packets for each fund.
  • Trend analysis and forecasting to provide a foundation for the annual budget development process.
  • Manage accounting processes (not reserved to Controller and Treasurer) and oversee accounting transactions, including budget adjustments, accounting close packets, and reconciliations while applying current standards, laws, and regulations along with "best practices."
  • Cash management and fund balance management to ensure availability of adequate funds to meet all County disbursements.
  • Create short-and long-term projection analysis for planning purposes.
  • Maintain fund balance in the General Fund of at least 60 days of average budgeted General Fund operating expenditures per the County's Fund Balance Policy.
  • Avoid tax anticipation notes to meet current obligations of County government.
  • Manage the budget process for all departments.
  • Meet or exceed revenue targets for General Fund budget as adjusted.
  • End year at or below General Fund expenditure budget as adjusted.
  • Manage the financing for the prison and various other capital projects.
  • Meet or exceed benchmark short-term investment rates for cash balances.
  • Issue and redeem debt according to debt policy.
  • Create a comprehensive budget document that provides useful information to citizens.
    View current and prior budget documents as well as up-to-date policy information.