Finance Director/Deputy City Treasurer
The Finance Director/Deputy City Treasurer is responsible for full-service accounting and internal financial operations, including accounting, payroll, accounts payable, accounts receivable, cash management, and investment portfolio management for the City of Leadville.
The Finance Director/Deputy City Treasurer is also responsible for managing the City’s budget process, and administering approved budgets, as well as collecting, analyzing, and reporting financial data; reporting such data to City Council, creditors, and the general public in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.
The Finance Director/Deputy City Treasurer also provides fiscal support to all city departments and ensures the fiscal affairs of the City are efficiently and effectively managed in accordance with city policies and state and federal statutes. In brief, as custodian of public funds, the Treasurer is responsible for managing and safeguarding the City’s financial resources.
The City of Leadville also elects or appoints an elected city treasurer. Alison Hoagland was appointed to the vacancy in January 2022. The Elected City Treasurer shall coordinate with the Finance Director/Deputy City Treasurer to ensure that all of the treasurer's duties are fulfilled and those established by council resolution or by contract.
- 2023 City Budget
- 2022 City Budget
- 2021 City Budget
- 2020 City Budget
- 2019 City Budget
- 2018 City Budget
- 2017 City Budget
- 2016 City Budget
- 2015 City Budget
Audited Financial Statements:
- City Audited Financial Statements