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Working closely with the Mayor, the City Council, and the City Manager, the Finance Department is committed to enhancing and maintaining the fiscal stability of our City.
Do you need to pay a parking ticket? Would you like to contest a parking ticket? Do you need a parking permit? We can help!
Have you submitted a request for payment to the City of Sacramento? Find out how to check your invoice payment status now!
Need to Make a Payment? Pay your Utility and other bills online with ease!
Welcome to the website for the City of Sacramento Department of Finance. Working closely with the Mayor, the City Council, and the City Manager, our department is committed to enhancing and maintaining the fiscal stability of our City. From preparing the budget to collecting revenue and reviewing expenses, Finance Department employees ensure that our City has the resources to serve our residents.
Revenue Counter at City Hall
The Revenue counter at Sacramento City Hall hours are now 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. The Revenue counter is located at 9th and I streets in New City Hall. The phone line, 916-808-8500, will be staffed from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. "We’ve seen the volume of online payments increase,” said Brad Wasson, the Revenue Division Manager.” Citizens can save themselves a trip to City Hall to pay parking citations, utility bills and invoices by paying online. This year, residential parking permit forms and other services will also be available online.
What is Measure U?
An ordinance that provides for a ½ cent tax on each dollar of taxable sales of goods within the city, and on the taxable storage, use, or consumption in the city of goods purchased from a retailer. The tax went into effect on April 1, 2013, and will expire on March 31, 2019.