The City of Belleview Finance Department is responsible for the financial reporting and record keeping of the City. This office encompasses Fiscal Oversight and Internal Controls that include: Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Payroll, General Ledger, Capital Assets, Audit, Budget, Cemetery, Cash Management, Customer Service and Garbage/Utility Billing. These Financial responsibilities provide public financial services and transparencies in accordance with established city and financial policies and accounting standards.
The Finance Department falls under the direction of the Finance Director who answers directly to the City Commission and coordinates with the City Administrator. The Finance Department consists of two divisions; the Accounting Division and the Customer Service/Utility Billing Division.
The mission of the Finance
Office is to recommend and implement sound fiscal policies, ensure the
effective and efficient use of fiscal resources, establish controls to
adequately safeguard assets, and to provide the public with reports
which demonstrate fiscal accountability and transparency in accordance
with the highest administrative standards.
The Finance Department develops and implements financial and accounting
policies and procedures. It also provides a sound accounting system for
protecting the City's assets by recording and reporting financial
transactions in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting
Principles, Government Accounting Standards Board pronouncements and
other legally mandated standards.