Chief Financial Officer
Provides leadership and direction for the Finance Department and provides financial strategic direction for the city organization and operations. The CFO ensures the development, integration, and implementation of the departments’ mission, vision, goals, and objectives, in support of the city’s mission, vision, values, and priorities. Leads, plans, develops, and administers the city’s financial operations to include real estate assessment, accounting, budgeting, capital programming (CIP), financial reporting and management, financial planning and analysis, annual city audit, accounts payable, payroll, the city’s supplemental retirement plan, procurement, and the issuance and management of city debt. Extensive responsibility is exercised over the development of effective procedures and procedural improvements in the city’s financial system.
The CFO is a key member of the City Manager’s senior leadership and financial management and budget teams. Regularly attends City Council meetings and prepares information and reports for presentation to Council and other boards and commissions.