The Responsibilities of the Clerk-Treasurer are:
- Processing all receipt and expenditures of City funds in accordance with professional and statutory standards and practices
- Processing the payroll for City employees including pensions, benefits and tax deposits
- Determining the process and manner in which the City’s vendors, officers and employees are paid
- Managing and maintaining records for all City financial accounts and the City Court
- Making and managing all investments of the public treasury on behalf of the City and its citizens
- Preparing the estimates of revenue and required financial statements for City departments and the City Council
- Managing City records and maintaining optimal public transparency
- Maintaining and managing all assets of the City
- Serving as the Clerk to the City Council and Board of Public Works and Safety by notifying the public of all meetings, preparing agendas, transmitting paperless packets, recording proceedings, maintaining custody of records
- Maintaining and updating the City’s LaserFiche web link which provides primary public access to records of Nappanee’s Boards, Commission and Departments
Citizens may view or photocopy the following public information at the Clerk-Treasurer’s office during business hours:
- Contracts between the City and vendors
- Minutes of all public meetings conducted by the Board of Works and Safety and the City Council and all other public meetings such as aviation board, park board and redevelopment
- Agendas for City Council and Board of Works and Safety and the City Council
- Copies of ordinances, resolutions, etc.
- All financial data including revenues, expenditures, debt obligations and budgetary data
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Nappanee City Hall
300 W. Lincoln St.
Nappanee, IN 46550
8:00am – 5:00pm