The city treasurer is primarily responsible for managing the revenue and cash flow of the city including, banking, collection, receipt, reporting, custody, investment, or disbursement of municipal funds. This is an elected at-large position that is supported by the director of Finance.
Under Warrenville City Code, the city treasurer performs the following duties:
- Receive all money belonging to the city and keep the books and accounts in the manner prescribed by ordinance
- These books and accounts shall always be subject to the inspection of any member of the City Council
- Keep a separate account of each fund or appropriation and the debits and credits belonging thereto
- File copies of any receipts issued by the treasurer with the city clerk
- Make a written monthly report to the City Council
- This report shall show the state of the treasury at the date of the account and the balance of money in the treasury
- It shall also show a full and detailed account of all receipts and expenditures of the city, as shown by the books, up to the time of the report
- Prior to September 1 of each year, the treasurer shall prepare and file with the city clerk an account of all monies received and expenditures incurred during the preceding fiscal year
- This account shall be in accordance with state statutes
- Be given sole responsibility to invest city funds, and is hereby authorized and directed to invest said funds
- Shall make full and complete written reports to the City Council at least once each month detailing the investments made as set forth herein
The treasurer shall further perform such duties as may be prescribed by law or may be assigned to him/her by the City Council.