We take pride in being able to transact with the members of our community in an efficient way.
Learning about how our accounts operations work makes it easier for you and our organization to conduct our business transparently.
As a member of our community, you can expect clean and honest service from the Town of Drumheller.
To begin, accounts payable is defined as an amount that your municipal government is required to pay you.
The Accounts Payable department pays any accounts owing preferably by statement supported by invoice.
Your invoices and statements can be e-mailed to AccountsPayable@dinosaurvalley.com.
Accounts receivable refers to an amount that you owe your municipal government.
Land related charges such as snow or weed removal, cleanup orders, and legal actions are charged directly to, and form part of, your property taxes.
If the Town is aware of unusual activity related to the property, utility bills unpaid after 90 days or prior are transferred from your utility account to your property tax account.
The receivables for Property Taxes and Utility Bills are maintained in their own departments.
The miscellaneous Accounts Receivable is used for other items such as bulk water, custom work, and insurance claims to name a few examples.
Have questions? No problem!
To avoid confusion or for further information, please contact us at (403) 823-1314.
We will do our best to clarify the details to further expedite our transactions with you.