Office of the Treasurer-Clerk
The mission of the Treasurer-Clerk’s Office is threefold:
- Through the development and application of sound financial management practices and policies, to place the City in the most advantageous and secure financial position possible.
- Through well formulated and administered benefit design, to provide City employees the availability of sufficient and secure retirement.
- To provide City government and the citizens of Tallahassee with quick and accurate access to all City records and actions.
The Treasurer-Clerk oversees a staff of ~55 employees in five operating divisions. In addition to administration of the City treasury and clerical/record-keeping functions, the Treasurer-Clerk's Office is also responsible for risk management and revenue functions, managing the City's investment portfolio, and operating the City's employee retirement program.
The various divisions and what they do.
Jim Cooke's Bio
Find out more about your City Treasurer-Clerk.
Annual Report to Bondholders
Continuing disclosure and selected other information for the municipal marketplace.
Business Licensing (Business Tax/Occupational License)
You will need one of these to start a business.
Citizen Advisory Boards
Committees in which the citizens can help guide government action.
Commission Meeting Agendas
Meeting agendas and summaries.
How the commission is governed and the rules they follow.
To request a search of City records to determine if a property (parcel) is subject to any outstanding liens, fines, unpaid utilities, or other encumbrances.
Loading Zone Permits (22KB PDF)
Parking in Commercial Loading Zones require permits.
Did you get caught? Find out your fines and how to pay them.
Registration of Lobbyists
Persons who are compensated to lobby on behalf of entities are required to register annually with the City.
Utility Bill Payments
Your Own Utilities uses our office to collect payments.