Accounts Receivable

With the exception of property and other related taxes, Accounting processes and monitors receivables related to the following:

  • Capital projects
  • False alarms
  • Refuse disposal
  • Sheriff local services
  • Special tax assessments
  • Water and sewer user fees
  • Other miscellaneous receivables

Accounts receivable is responsible for:

  • Accessing penalties and finance charges when necessary
  • Carrying out billing and reporting activities according to specific deadlines
  • Investigating and resolve customer queries
  • Maintaining accounts receivable customer files
  • Monitoring customer account details for non payments, delayed payments and other irregularities
  • Periodically reviewing receivable aging reports
  • Processing approved adjustments
  • Reconciliation of accounts
  • Sending out past due notice reminders when required
  • Maintaining up-to-date billing system