Financial Management Division

The Financial Management Division includes Debt Management, Fixed Asset Management, the Impact Fee Program and the Revenue Collection Program. Primary services include planning for future financing needs and debt management; recording acquisitions and disposals of County owned property, conducting periodic inventories and reconciliations of fixed assets, managing the surplus asset disposal program and the Thrift Store; ensure the accurate calculation of impact fees, review impact fee refund requests and conduct impact fee compliance reviews of municipalities; and maximizing the collection of monies due to the County and developing related countywide financial polices and procedures.


The Financial Management Division is part of the county's Office of Financial Management and Budget.


  • The Debt Management Section is responsible for planning and coordinating the future financing needs and the ongoing management of the outstanding debt of the County.
  • Fixed Assets Management Office establishes procedures and monitors the record keeping and disposal of personal property owned by the County.
  • The County Thrift Store is a direct sales outlet for surplus government property from the County and other local governmental entities.
  • Impact Fee Office administers the county's program of development impact fees relating to schools, roads, parks, law enforcement, libraries, public buildings, and fire-rescue.
  • Revenue Collection Section is responsible for the recovery of delinquent debts due and owing the County including liens and judgments in favor of the County.

 Contact Us

Financial Management Division
County Governmental Ctr., Rm 702

Debt Management

Revenue Collection Section

Fixed Assets Management Office
2455 Vista Parkway

Thrift Store
2455 Vista Parkway

Impact Fee Office
2300 N. Jog Road, Rm 2W26

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