Finance

Dana ChanceyDana Chancey
Finance Director

 

Julie-Dinkins
Julie Dinkins

City Clerk

linda-j
Linda Jones
Purchasing Manager

Our Mission
We provide the financial information necessary to operate the City of Waycross in a fiscally sound manner.

 

The Finance Division is responsible for all aspects of the financial record keeping system of the City. This begins with detailed realistic budgets approved by the Commission followed by accurate financial reports comparing budgets to actual with explanations for all significant variances. Additionally, financial resources are identified to provide the shot and long term operations of all departments.

The Division consists of:

  • Finance Director
  • City Clerk
  • Cashiers
  • Business licenses
  • Purchasing
  • Warehousing
  • Water, Sewer, Garbage and Yard Trash Billing
  • Financial Reports
  • Data Processing

For our Financial Reports please click here

 

City Clerk
The City Clerk is the official custodian of the records of the City including minutes of Commission meetings, ordinances and resolutions. The City Clerk also updates the Code of Ordinances of the City. These are available on line at this link.

The City Clerk approves all business licenses issued by the City.

The original minutes of all meetings since the City was incorporated in 1874 are available at City Hall. Person interested in historical research can contact the City Clerk.

Cashiers
Cashiers are responsible for the proper recording of all cash receipts primarily from the utility billing system for water, sewer, garbage and yard trash services.

Business Licenses
Applications for new business licenses are available here. Businesses operating in the City pay an occupation tax based on the gross sales of the business and the type of business. New licenses require the approval of the Code Department. Renewals are issued on an annual basis.

Purchasing
The goal in purchasing is to provide a cost effective and efficient procurement system for the management, acquisition and control of supplies and services. Formal bids are items/services that will reach or exceed the cost of $5,000.

All annual bids are awarded during the month of June for the new budget year with begins in July and include boots, chemicals, concrete, fire extinguisher services, fire uniforms, janitorial supplies, mosquito spray, oil/lube, patchwork/paving, police uniforms and printing.