The City Treasurer is elected and serves a four-year term. Working in a part-time capacity, her responsibilities include;
- Chief Investment Officer;
- Banking services;
- Ensures compliance with laws governing public funds (limited to the annual audit by an outside CPA firm);
- Assessment District Trustee including oversight of Fiscal Agent and District Administrator;
- Monitors cash flow;
- Receives cash receipts;
- Oversees cash disbursement to verify authorization;
- Conducts the Transient Occupancy Tax and Business Improvement District program reviews.
The Deputy City Treasurer is a highly qualified citizen of Laguna Beach who works on a pro bono basis.
In 2014, the City of Laguna Beach investment Policy received the “Certificate of Excellence” award from the Association of Public Treasurer’s of the United States and Canada and was certified by the California Municipal Treasurers Association.
To contact City Treasurer, Laura Parisi, CPA, CCMT, CFIP call (949) 497-0327 or email email@example.com
City Hosting "Open For Business" Workshop on November 13, 2014|
The City’s solid waste hauler, Waste Management, has distributed a Residential Recycling and Refuse Service Guide for residents. Important service information is provided to help residents manage recycling trash, yard waste, hazardous waste, and bulky items. Information regarding the City’s annual recycling events and useful contact information is also included. In addition, residents will receive an educational magnet outlining the materials that should be placed in the trash, recycling and green waste carts.|
The Arts Commission is currently accepting designs for the annual competition. Children ages 5 to 17 years old may submit an original design celebrating the holiday season. Up to 12 designs will be selected for display at City Hall during December. Designs must be submitted by noon on Monday, November 17, 2014.|
Laura Parisi, CPA, CCMT, CFIP
Laguna Beach, CA 92651
Phone: (949) 497-0327