The City’s Finance Department monitors and maintains the general
ledger and all sources of revenue for the City. They also manage
fundamental components of the City’s business operations such as
accounts payable and accounts receivable and preparation
of the City’s annual budget.
Transient Occupancy Tax is collected for any income from charges
for lodging, which can include no-show revenue, cancellation
revenue and resort fees. Non-refundable deposits for
cleaning, pet fees and maintenance are not subject to
Transient Occupancy Tax.