The City of Plano Accounts Payable department is located in 1520 Avenue K, Suite 370, Plano, TX 75074.
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City of Plano Accounts Payable hours are 8:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, except for City-recognized holidays.
You can learn more about the budget and finance process at the City of Plano by reading the 2018-2019 Budget and Finance Overview.
Yes, you can drop off your invoices at the City of Plano Accounts Payable address.
Invoices can be mailed to City of Plano Accounting Department at P.O. Box 860279; Plano, TX 75086-0279.
Payment can be mailed to City of Plano Accounting Department at P.O. Box 860358; Plano, TX 75086-0358.
If the stale dated or lost check is within the past three years, please contact Accounts Payable at 972-941-5221 to assist you in replacing the check.
If the check is dated more than three years ago and over $100, the funds may have been transmitted to the State of Texas as unclaimed property as required by law. If less than $100, it may be held at the City of Plano and you would need to submit a claim form.
For additional information regarding unclaimed property, visit the Outstanding Checks and Unclaimed Property page.
The City of Plano’s policy is to mail all outgoing checks to our vendors.
To find the status of your payment to the City of Plano, contact Accounts Payable at 972-941-5221. Please have your purchase order number, invoice number, and invoice dollar amount available when you call.
Contact Accounts Payable at 972-941-5221 for information about your 1099.
If you have a new Tax ID number, please send an updated W-9 to City of Plano Accounting Department at P.O. Box 860279; Plano, TX 75086-0279 or fax to 972-941-5222.
If you have a new address, contact City of Plano Accounts Payable at 972-941-5221
The City of Plano Accounting Division handles returned checks. For more information, contact the division at 972-941-5221.
Hilltop Securities, Inc. is the City of Plano's financial adviser.
If interested in applying to be an approved broker with the City of Plano, a broker may email their contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Annually, the City emails applications to brokers who are interested in becoming an approved broker. In the application, the City asks for a broker certification to be signed, a broker questionnaire to be filled out, a copy of the latest audited financial statements, and a copy of the most recent un-audited update of the financials.
Based on this information, the City rates brokers based on the following:
(1) Debt to Equity Ratio of the firm, (2) Assets, (3) Texas Public Funds Experience, (4) Texas / DFW Presence, (5) Completion of Submittal, and (6) Prior Experience with the City.
Based on the ratings, the City generally takes the 8 top scoring brokers.
City of Plano municipal bonds can be purchased through an investment broker. Some brokers specialize in bonds but any stockbroker can make the purchases.
Transaction fees for buying municipal bonds through a broker are typically between 0.5 percent and 3 percent of the purchase price. The minimum price for municipal bonds is $5,000 and goes up in increments of $5,000.
At this time, the City of Plano does not sell bonds directly to citizens.
Collin County Tax Assessor-Collector
Phone number is: (972) 547-5020
To request a Homestead Exemption for property taxes in Plano, call the Collin County Appraisal District at (866) 467-1110 and request a Homestead Exemption Application.
The State of Texas collects and distributes sales tax revenue; the Collin County Tax Assessor-Collector collects and distributes property taxes. Other revenue is collected by City of Plano departments.
The Texas Public Information Act (Texas Government Code, Chapter 552), gives you the right to access government records; the officer for public information may not ask you why you want them. All government information is presumed to be available to the public, although certain exceptions may apply. Governmental bodies shall release requested information as promptly as possible, unless the information is exempt from disclosure under the Public Information Act.
For more information about submitting a Public Information Request, visit the Open Records Request page
The City of Plano’s Fiscal Year is from October 1st to September 30th each year.
As an example, if you see a report or item that states FY2012, then that means the period from October 1st, 2011 to September 30th, 2012. FY2011 would be from October 1st, 2010 to September 30th, 2011.
The City of Plano Unclaimed Property site is where various departments of the City of Plano report unclaimed cash and valuables each year, this may include: un-cashed checks, deposits, refunds, over-payments or any other item valued at $100.00 or less.
All property listed on the City of Plano Unclaimed Property site is cash resulting from City of Plano business such as: utilities, Municipal Court, Accounts Payable and Payroll.
Property such as items confiscated in an arrest or lost due to theft are kept with the Police Department.
To become a City of Plano approves investment broker, send an email of interest to email@example.com. Broker packets typically go out toward the end of the calendar year. The submittals are evaluated and brokers are notified by email if they are approved for the next year or not.