Finance Department - Accounting & Treasurer
Mortgage Escrow Checks
As a reminder, some mortgage companies send escrow checks to a third party tax service before the payments are mailed to the City of Greenfield. In this case, your mortgage company may tell you the check was issued or wired on one date, but that would be the date that the payment was forwarded to the third party tax service. The Treasurer’s Office dates the payments based on when the escrow tax check is mailed (postmarked) to the City of Greenfield. We appreciate your patience with this process, as we are processing all mail received in a timely manner. Have a great day!
Remote Procedures for the Payment of Tax Bill, Sewer Bills and Dog/Cat Licenses During COVID-19
To avoid the potential spread of COVID-19, residents are able to pay their tax bill and sewer bill remotely, as well as register their dog or cat. Please click on the appropriate headings below to learn more about processing your payment. We are also available by phone to assist you with your questions at (414) 329-5259. As a reminder, there is a drop box next to the south entrance of City Hall. Please DO NOT put any cash payments in the drop box. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Sewer and Storm Water Utility Bills - Late Fees Suspended
Due to the current pandemic and the hardships Greenfield residents may be facing, the City’s Common Council has passed a resolution to temporarily suspend penalties on late payments of sewer and storm water utility bills, until the end of the City’s declarations of emergency.
The Accounting Department consists of the areas of payroll, accounts payable, budgeting and financial reporting.
Discover how to obtain dog and cat licenses.
Learn how to pay your tax bill.
You can pay your bills automatically by signing up for automatic bill pay. Learn about sewer bill rates and charges.
Learn how to pay a city issued invoice.
The Finance Department is committed to the financial integrity of the City by providing accurate and timely financial information to the Common Council, the various Boards & Committees, the Mayor and other City Departments. By doing so, those parties are able to make appropriate decisions to effectively manage the City’s operations. The Finance Department consists of 3 areas: Accounting Division, Treasurer’s Division, and Assessor’s Office.
Specific responsibilities of the Finance Department include:
Billing and collections
Cash and investment management
Maintenance of all financial records
Budget development, monitoring, and administration
Preparing monthly, quarterly, and annual financial reports, including distribution of the annual audit
Payroll processing and related records management
Property tax collections
Governmental reporting requirements