The City of Mission Viejo maintains a listing of all stale-dated accounts payable check that are at least six months old and have not been cashed. After three years, unclaimed items in excess of $15 must be published once a week, for two consecutive weeks, in a general circulation newspaper. If a claim is not made within the specified time period, the funds become the property of the City in accordance with California Government Code Sections 50050 - 50056. Below is a listing of checks that are at least six months old, have never been cashed, a
The Finance Division is a division within the Administrative Services Department. The Finance Division is responsible for promoting and preserving the long range fiscal health of the City. The Division performs all accounting functions, payroll processing and animal license billing, oversees the purchasing function and the risk management function, coordinates the
Hotel and motel operators in the City of Mission Viejo are required to collect a Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT). Each hotel guest (transient) shall pay a tax in the amount of eight percent (8%) of the rent charged by the operator for occupancy during any 30 consecutive calendar days or less.
CHAPTER 3.25. TRANSIENT OCCUPANCY TAX TOT Ordinance
Regular quarterly meetings of the Investment Advisory Commission are held on the third Wednesday of February, May, August and November at 4:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers, Mission Viejo City Hall, 200 Civic Center.
Cheryl Dyas, Director of Administrative Services (Finance & Human Resources)
Sherry Merrifield, Management Analyst
Yanine Moran, Sr. Department Assistant
Andrea Pham, Accounting Supervisor
Kimberly Lashley, Accountant