The Finance Director works closely with the Mayor, the City Council, and the City Manager, and is committed to enhancing and maintaining the fiscal stability of our City. From preparing the budget to collecting revenue and reviewing expenses, the Finance Director ensures that our City has the resources to serve our residents.
The Accounting Technician performs general accounting duties such as preparing monthly bank reconciliations, recording revenues, reconciling accounts receivable customer billing, preparing adjusting entries and schedules, and performs other related duties as required.
9426 Main Street (P.O. Box 429), Plymouth, CA, 95669
The Finance Department ensures the fiscal foundation necessary to deliver community services. The Department is responsible for City budget preparation and compliance, accounting and financial reporting, debt issuance and management, accounts payable, City employee payroll preparation, utility billing, business licensing, accounts receivable, cashiering and sales.
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Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT)
The Transient Occupancy Tax that is collected from people staying in our city goes
towards roads, signs, and grant funding that benefits Plymouth directly.
Transient occupancy tax is charged to travelers when they rent accommodations
in a hotel, inn, Airbnb, VBRO, tourist home or motel. The 10% tax is to be
collected at the time that payment is made for the accommodation, and it is then
remitted by the lodging operator to the City of Plymouth.
Payments to the City are due quarterly. Thank you to all of our lodging operators
for helping our city.