The Business Services Department has 17.25 authorized merit system positions. Services are grouped into three programs:
The objectives are: To maintain a governmental accounting system that presents accurately, and with full disclosure, the financial operations of the funds and account groups of the City in conformity with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. To process payroll and accounts payable on a biweekly basis. To administer bonded debt of the City and the Redevelopment Agency.
The objectives are: To receive and safely keep all revenues coming in to the Treasury. To comply with all laws governing the depositing and securing of public funds. To pay money only on requests signed by legally designated persons. To collect all money due to the City and manage it prudently so as to ensure at all times liquidity, safety and optimum yield. To pursue effective revenue enhancement programs. To plan, coordinate and prepare the City Budget for submission to City Council.
The objectives are: To ensure a high level of administrative support services in the areas of Purchasing, Central Stores, Courier Service and City Hall Operations, that are reliable and responsive to the needs of all City departments.
News - June 15, 2017
The recent Public Notice of Unclaimed Funds lists funds which are unclaimed by the listed owners and held by the City of San Mateo. If you have a claim against these
funds, please contact the City of San Mateo City Treasurer, 330 West 20th Avenue, San Mateo, CA 94403, phone (650) 522-7100.
Proper proof of claim must be provided before funds will be released.
Funds not claimed by August 1, 2017 become the property of the City of San Mateo. This notice and its contents are in accordance
with California Government Code Section 50050.
Unclaimed Money - Claim Form