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Finance Director
Tracey Riehm

Phone: 386-506-5700

Office and drive-in hours are
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
except Wednesdays
8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Closed during city government observed holidays.

The City's Finance Department handles all of the financial aspects of the city, including: accounting, payroll, accounts receivable, investments, budget and, purchasing.

The Customer Service Division (386-506-5720) provides for the establishment of water, sewer, garbage and drainage service to our residential and commercial customers.

Customer Service is responsible for utility billing and assisting with problems encountered by any of our 24,000 utility accounts.

Residential developmental impact fees for all new construction or expansion within the City and our service area are also calculated and collected by Customer Service.

Commercial impact fees are calculated by submitting your plans to the Department of Community Development.

To start most services, you can call our office during business hours at 386-506-5720.

A deposit is necessary for all active service and must be paid at the time service is started. For your convenience, the deposit can be paid over the phone by credit card or in the office by cash, credit card, check, or money order.

Developmental Impact Fees and deposits for new service, a sprinkler meter or reclaimed water installation requires a personal visit and pre-payment before we install service.

Important Numbers
Main Number

Customer Service
(Water / Sewer/ Garbage Bill Questions & Payments)

Community Development & Building Permits

Code Compliance Hotline

Fire Administration

Parks & Recreation

Parks & Recreation Afterhours

Police Department

Police Non-Emergency & Animal Control

Public Utilities

Public Utilities Afterhours

Public Works

Public Works Afterhours

City Manager,
Mayor & City Council


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