Welcome to the City of Town & Country Finance Department
The Finance Department is responsible for a wide variety of financial, personnel, and administrative functions of the City of Town & Country under the supervision of Betty Cotner, Finance Director/Treasurer.
The finance department provides fiscal support, oversight and control to the Mayor and Council, and City Departments to ensure proper fiscal management, budgeting, and accounting; and maintains financial, auditing and record keeping standards to ensure sound fiduciary practices.
Key services include cash management and investment; licensing; purchasing; budget development and monitoring; capital planning; financial forecasting; treasury; payroll and personnel services; accounts payable; insurance coverage; and financial reporting.
Financial Awards & Recognition
The City holds a 'AAA' credit rating from Standard & Poor's, a rating which the City of Town & Country has held since 2001. This is the highest rating possible and a rating never before achieved by a City in the State of Missouri. Furthermore, the City of Town & Country has been included in Standard & Poor's U.S. Public Finance Report entitled AAA-Rated Credits in U.S. State & Local Government Finance dated October 2006. There are only 70 municipalities in the United States that carry the S&P 'AAA' rating, and Town & Country is the only municipality in the State of Missouri.
Financial Report and Budget Document
The City's fiscal year runs from January 1 through December 31. The Audited Financial Report and Annual Budget Document are available for download by clicking the appropriate link below: