The Finance Department oversees all of the Township's financial transactions and budgeting under the supervision of the Board of Commissioners and the Township Manager. The department concentrates the majority of its efforts in the areas of real estate tax and utility billing, accounts payable and receivable, payroll, employee benefits administration, and most importantly, budgeting. Billing personnel invoice and collect payment for refuse collection and wastewater treatment service from residents and commercial entities.
They also serve as the initial contact for service-related disputes. Accounts payable and receivable personnel contribute to the smooth daily operation of the Township through timely payment and collection of amounts owed to vendors and due from various individuals and organizations. In addition to processing payroll, employee benefits personnel focus efforts on cost-effective and equitable insurance plan design, and the administration of those plans to eligible employees.
Certifications for real estate tax/sewer/trash/street light
It is in your best interest that you do not request the certification too far in advance of a settlement date. We will provide you the certification within one business day from the date received. We do not provide updates to certifications. If you want updated information, you must request a new certification. Therefore, it is recommended that you request the certification no more than one week in advance of the settlement date.