Columbus Consolidated Government
P.O. Box 1340
Columbus, GA 31902-1340
To provide overall professional and timely management of billing, collecting, depositing, and accounting for monies due and collected for the Columbus Consolidated Government, and instituting fiscally responsible investing, monitoring and managing of funds.
The Revenue Division performs two primary functions. They are Occupational Tax and Collections. Occupational Tax is responsible for issuing licenses pertaining to business, alcoholic beverage, and vehicle delivery, as well as collection, audits and enforcement of ordinances relative to various taxes such as gross receipts, alcohol excise taxes, insurance premium and franchise taxes. The collections function pertains to the collection and deposit of all monies received by Columbus Consolidated Government and billing and collection of numerous government services. Treasury functions include the verification, coding, receipting, and daily depositing of all revenues for the various funds. Other Revenue Division functions include bank relations and account reconciliation, distribution of payroll, issuance of solid waste permits, and the investment and cash management of surplus funds.
The Revenue Manager reports directly to the Director of Finance, thus ensuring procurement techniques and strategies are consistent with stated management plans and directives of city officials and the director's office. The Occupational Tax and Collections Supervisors report directly to the Revenue Division Manager.
Nancy L. Moore
Collections is responsible for the overall collections of funds in various services areas, including ambulance fees, installment fines, street assessments, lot clearance, demolitions, damage to city property, landfill fees, bad check fees, hazardous material fees, indigent defense counsel, and false alarm fees. We now accept payment for METRA issued parking citations.
Occupational Tax Administration is responsible for the collection, audit and enforcement of ordinances relative to gross receipt tax, alcoholic beverages excise tax, insurance premium tax, franchise tax, and hotel/motel tax in addition to licensing all businesses within Muscogee County.
Occupational Tax Supervisor
Customer Service Technicians