The Accounting division analyzes and verifies financial data, performs monthly and annual financial closings, produces timely and accurate financial reports, applies generally accepted accounting principles, ensures compliance with state and federal regulations, monitors grants, and performs internal reviews.
The Budget division leads and coordinates the development and execution of the City's biennial Budget and seven-year Capital Investment Program (CIP) Plan, including development, monitoring and reporting. Prepare financial forecasts, long-range panning and financial modeling. Provide ad-hoc financial and policy analysis and ensure that systems, tools and procedures are in place to support the areas listed.
The Business Systems division coordinates, prioritizes, plans, and implements financial business process reviews and system projects. Serves as liaison with the Information Technology Department and client departments and develops a strategic vision for technology with City departments and leadership.
The client services division has four primary areas of focus: manages meetings and events that take place in City Hall’s public meeting space; manages the parking and employee transportation services program; provides public service at the service first desk; and manages the MyBellevue mobile app and web portal.
The Disbursements division audits invoices, works with customers to meet their needs and processes payments. The division also processes payroll for city staff.
Finance & Asset Management (FAM) has one of the most diverse set of responsibilities of any City department. FAM oversees financial functions such as business taxes and licenses, accounting, budgeting, and vendor services/purchasing as well as managing the City's fleet, real property, and land survey functions.
The facility planning division has a team of project managers who plan, coordinate, and manage construction and resource conservation projects at major city facilities. Project types include major maintenance, tenant improvements and capital improvements.
The Facility Operations division has a team of highly trained maintenance personnel dedicated to supporting continuous reliable operations, and overall stewardship of major city facilities. Their goal is to maintain an environment that is safe and functional for all employees and the community while keeping facility costs at a minimum.
Fleet & Communications
The Fleet & Communications Division provides management and oversight of the city's fleet and equipment used by city departments to provide services to the community.
The investment division manages the City’s investment and debt portfolios. This division reports accurately and timely on investment and debt functions, performs ongoing cash forecasting and due diligence, ensures compliance with bond covenants as well and state and federal regulations, and provides expertise in managing the city’s long-term strategy for funding capital projects.
The land survey division produces and maintains specialized maps and survey data.
Lead and coordinate the City's performance management program, including measurement, evaluation and reporting.
The Procurement Services division facilitates and coordinates competitive contracting processes. Oversees the development of contracts. Ensures compliance with laws and policies. Informs and educates customers. Processes procurement orders for internal customers by sourcing and negotiating pricing with vendors. Maintains electronic vendor database and manages city-wide surplus.
The Real Property Division assists city departments in all facets of real estate transactions – providing strategic advice and purchasing property rights for city projects ranging from street rights of way and utility easements to parks. We also sell city-owned property when it becomes surplus.
The Tax Division administers business taxes and business licenses including associated business fees that are authorized by Bellevue City Code.
The Treasury division manages the City's banking activities and implements new technological banking solutions as appropriate. Reconciles revenue and liability accounts. Bills and collects accounts receivables and provides oversight on account receivable write-offs.