The finance department is responsible for maintaining the functions of payroll, accounts payable, utility billing, purchasing, investing City funds, and managing other City assets as requested by the City Council. The finance department also produces the following documents with the assistance of other City departments;
The finance department's goal is to present accurate, timely, and complete financial information in an understandable and friendly manner to the residents and staff members of the City; and to protect and manage the assets of the City as directed by the City Council.
City of Shorewood Budget
At the December 1 Truth-In-Taxation Hearing and City Council meeting, the City Council approved a 1.5% levy increase to Shorewood properties. This is down 1% from the original proposed increase. If you have questions regarding the proposed budget, contact Bruce DeJong, 952.960.7903.
Open Book Meeting
Shorewood resdients who do not agree with their property valuation after a discussion with the assessor may appeal their valuation at the Open Book meeting, Monday, May 4, 2015, 5-7 pm, in the City Council Chambers at City Hall.
Utility Billing Information:
The City of Shorewood bills each property that is connected to the municipal system on a quarterly basis, the beginning of January, April, July and October. Bills are due at the end of the billing month. Bills include fees for municipal water, sewage, recycling and stormwater management. See Billing for utility pricing information and payment options.