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The Finance Department is responsible for:

  • Collection of taxes and other city funds
  • Payment of all city obligations
  • Management and investment of city funds
  • Accounting of all financial transactions
  • Preparation of payroll
  • Purchasing of goods and services
  • Recruitment and screening of employment applicants
  • Data processing
  • Management of city insurance coverage

An independent firm selected by the City Council audits city financial records annually.

Client Service Window

The Department of Finance operates a client service window. Citizens may pay for the following city services at this window:

  • Waste Collection - Bills are sent quarterly and can be paid by cash or check
  • Personal Property Tax Bills
  • 60th Anniversary Greenbelt history books ($36 for Friends of the Greenbelt Museum members and $40 for non-members), 50th Anniversary Greenbelt history book supplements ($10 for members and $9 for non-members), and 60th Anniversary Greenbelt posters