City Clerk / Finance Department
We, at the City of Quincy, are committed to open government and encourage our citizens to attend the City Council meetings and contact our staff for information that can’t be found on our website.
The Finance Department serves two separate roles within the City of Quincy: City Clerk and Finance.
The Clerk’s office provides support and assistance to the Mayor, City Council, City Administration and the citizens of Quincy in an efficient, professional and courteous manner. We create the online City Council agenda packets; maintain the minutes, ordinance and resolution permanent files; take payments for utility bills, yard sale permits, dance permits, right-of-way permits, and other money as needed; main City records are maintained in accordance with the Washington State Records Retention Schedule.
The role of the Finance Department is to present sound financial information to the City Council, Mayor, Management, and to the citizens of Quincy. This information helps Council make informed decisions to improve the quality of the City, making it a more desirable community to live in. The Finance Department works hand in hand with the Public Works, Police, Building & Planning, and Recreation Departments. We work to promote efficient and effective use of public resources within these departments as well as for the City as a whole.
Specifically, the Finance Department is responsible for:
- Annual budget
- Financial records
- Annual financial report
- Utility Billing
- Accounts Payable
The Finance Department is temporarily located in the Public Services Building at 115 1st Avenue Southwest. We hope to move into the new City Hall in late 2018 or early 2019.