Finance

The Finance Department oversees customer service, billing, accounting, and payroll administration.

About


In order to ensure that appropriate checks and balances are in place as they relate to the tax money we receive, the Township created its Finance Department in 2011. The Finance Department oversees the overall financial condition of the Township. The staff is responsible for:
  • Accounting functions
  • Accounts Payable
  • Accounts Receivable
  • Financial reporting
  • Sewer and Trash Billing

Budget Information


The Department is also responsible for completing a number of state reports as well as assistance to the manager for preparation of the annual budget.

Audited Financial Statements


An audit is performed annually by a Certified Public Accounting Firm. The audit report is normally available to the public in the late spring or early summer. The State also conducts audits of the Township's Liquid Fuels Fund and Pension Funds on a periodic basis. Any recommendations from these audits are incorporated into the Finance Department's processes and procedures.

Staff


The Finance Department consists of the Fiscal and Administrative Services Director, Finance Assistant, part time finance clerk, and 2 part time customer service representatives.

Department Details


  • 2017 Finance Budget: $148,272.00
  • 2017 Number of Employees: 4