The Management and Finance Department manages the county's debt program. The department is responsible for the issuance of all debt including:
Certificates of Obligation
Commercial Paper Notes
General Obligation Bonds
Tax Anticipation Notes
Venue Project Revenue Bonds
Debt capacity analyses are conducted on a regular basis for both the Debt Service and Flood Control Funds. The department also reviews and revises the Debt Management Policy and the Investor Relations Program.
The Management and Finance Department performs the Investment function for the county. Each year, an investment strategy is developed which incorporates the county's cash flow requirements. The committee meets quarterly to review quarterly investment reports and other issues relative to investments.