Chapter 3.22NONPAYMENT - OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE

Sections:

3.22.010
Payment Plan.
3.22.020
Write-off.
3.22.010Payment Plan.

The Assistant City Manager for Finance, or designee, is authorized to enter into payment plans with individuals who cannot meet their financial obligation to the City in one payment. Such arrangements are at the discretion of the City and may factor in interest and the additional cost of monitoring time payments. (Ord. 510 § 1 (part), 2010.)

3.22.020Write-off.

The City shall make reasonable attempts to collect all money owing in compliance with city policy and procedure. If such attempts fail and at least one-hundred twenty (120) days have passed since the original due date, the receivable will be sent to a collection agency. No less than twenty-four (24) months after the original due date, if the receivable remains uncollected, the City may write-off the debt, provided the amount of the receivable is less than two hundred fifty dollars ($250.00), and both the City Manager and Assistant City Manager for Finance authorize the write-off. Any decisions regarding write-off are discretionary with the City and may consider any variety of factors, including but not limited to resources of the City for purposes of attempting collection and aggregate impact of receivables at the time. (Ord. 510 § 1 (part), 2010.)