The City Treasurer is responsible for the following :
- Treasurer's Office
- Sewer & Trash Billing and Collection
- Police and Fire Pension Funds
- Walnut Hill Cemetery Records
The Treasurer is the custodian of all City funds and is elected for a four-year term, as are the Mayor and the City Clerk. The Treasurer is responsible for two departments; the Treasurer's Office and the Sewer and Trash Billing and Collection Department.
The Treasurer's Office receives all monies belonging to the City of Belleville, pays all warrants signed by the Mayor and countersigned by the City Clerk, and keeps a separate account of each fund or appropriation. All monies received by the Treasurer's Office are deposited within 48 hours as part of a checks and balances policy. All bank reconciliations are done in the Treasurer's Office, while all checks are produced in the Finance Department. The City of Belleville expects to receive approximately $111,623,114.00 in revenues in the 2017-18 fiscal year.
Sewer & Trash Billing and Collection
The City Treasurer provides residents with various options for paying Sewer and Trash Bills.
Police and Fire Pension Funds
By state statute, the City Treasurer is the custodian of the Police and Fire Pension Funds.
Walnut Hill Cemetery Records
The City Treasurer maintains Walnut Hill Cemetery Burial Records dating back to 1855.
City Treasurer's Reports
In the interest of transparency, the monthly and annual Treasurer's Reports are available to the public.
The annual Treasurer's Report is filed with the City Clerk and published in the local newspaper every year in October once the annual audit is approved by the City Council. View the most recent report / View all reports