The Citywide Accounts Receivable Billing System manages a variety of invoice types which originate in various city departments. Billings and Collections serves as the primary department for the issuance of invoices and for answering billing questions. The City Treasurer's Office receives the actual payment for all types of invoices.
Invoice types initiated by various city departments include invoices for damage to city property, weed abatement, demolition or boarding, false alarms, police reports, advertising fees, trash pickup, DUI fees and a variety of other fees charged for city services rendered.
Billing questions should be directed to the Department of Finance. Other service questions should be directed to the department rendering service. A contact name and telephone number should be listed on each invoice.
Invoices are issued with a due date of 30 days. A penalty of the larger of 10% of the invoice amount or $10, whichever is greater, plus interest at the rate of 10% is charged if the invoice is in arrears.