The Finance Department is responsible for providing the financial management of all City funds and maintaining the fiscal integrity of the City. Major activities include: Managing the City's investment portfolio; obtaining financing for capital requirements; financial analysis and reporting; budget management; revenue management, including billing and collection for utilities, licenses and other revenues; information services; purchasing; transit operations; and central duplicating and printing.
Operations and Accounting:
The Finance program provides leadership for and plans, coordinates and monitors the activities of the Finance Department in accordance with established fiscal policies. Program goals are to develop and maintain effective and efficient financial planning, reporting, and accounting systems in order to support the operating departments in achieving their program objectives; provide quality service to the City's citizens; and safeguard the City's assets from unauthorized use. The program is responsible for managing the City's investment portfolio, payroll, accounts payable, debt financing and servicing. It also administers revenue billing and collections, including utilities, business and other licenses, transient occupancy tax, utility user's tax, and other miscellaneous receivables. Finance also includes accounting, reporting and purchasing.
Eureka Transit Service (ETS) is a fixed route bus system which operates Monday through Saturday, serving the City of
Dial-a-Ride/Dial-a-Lift is a specialized door-to-door transit system which operates on demand. The service is provided to those individuals who are physically unable to use the regular bus system. Certification with the assistance of physician is required. Service operates Monday through Friday 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and Saturday 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
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