Finance & Administration
The City of Moncton’s Finance and Administration department consists of:
If you have done business with the City and wish to check on the status of your account, direct your inquiry to the Accounts Payable division at 506-853-3566 or email@example.com.
The City of Moncton’s Treasury division acts as the financial advisor for City Council, the city manager, and the various civic departments. They coordinate the annual budget process for all civic funds, prepare and maintain the resultant accounting records, and prepare regular financial statements and summaries throughout the year as required. Other activities include paying all civic bills and collecting any monies owed to the City.
The service divisions included in this section are: accounting, budgeting, accounts payable, and accounts receivable.
The Purchasing department is responsible for obtaining supplies, materials, and services for the City of Moncton in a timely and cost effective manner. This department does the purchasing for all city departments through tenders, quotes, and requests for proposals that are advertised online, as well as in the local newspapers. They are committed to ensuring the highest quality for the lowest price. Purchasing gives all suppliers a fair opportunity to do business with the City of Moncton.
The Purchasing department values visits from sales representatives, as they are a valuable source of information. However, as a professional courtesy, it is recommended that sales representatives call ahead for an appointment at 506-853-3535 in order to productively utilize your time and ours.
The Central Stores division of the Purchasing department stocks an inventory of goods and materials for City operations and maintains supplier records.
In order to maintain integrity, City employees are prohibited from accepting any gratuities, in any form, from any supplier or potential supplier either directly or indirectly. The department adheres to the National Institute of Governmental Purchasing, Inc. (NIGP) Code of Ethics as their guideline regarding procurement practices.
The Purchasing department advertises tenders, quotations and requests for proposals for services and products required by the City of Moncton. Current tenders, quotations and requests for proposals.
The City of Moncton encourages vendors to register their business with the province of New Brunswick's online tendering system (NBON). The City of Moncton’s Purchasing department encourages vendors to register (free of charge) with the New Brunswick Opportunities Network to obtain additional information with respect to City of Moncton tendering opportunities.
The Revenue Office is responsible for billing and collecting monies for the City of Moncton. They take in payments for the water and sewer utility bills, licenses, permits, fees and other city revenues. All monies that come into the City are accounted for through this department.
The City offers many options to pay your water bill:
Internet banking:Online Services
First floor of City Hall (cash, cheque, debit, or credit card accepted)
655 Main Street
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Major activities include:
- Development and ongoing administration of the maintenance management system
- Time keeping for all operations staff
- Customer service
- Dispatch services
- Financial and budget support
- Project support
- Staffing support
- General administrative services