The Treasurer is responsible for investing all monies due to the city including, but not limited to:
- real estate tax
- personal property tax
- motor vehicle excise tax
- boat excise tax
- parking ticket fines
- water and sewer bills
- parking meter receipts
- federal and state reimbursement and grants
- miscellaneous dept. permits, licenses, and fees
- the timely disbursement of all payrolls to city, school department, and retired employees, and the associated federal and state reporting requirements
- payment to vendors and the reconciliation of checks and bank accounts. The department issues all authorized debt for both short and long-term borrowing.
Frequently Asked Questions
What type of information can I obtain from the Treasurer's Department?
Using a Public Records Request, you can request the following:
- Abandoned Property
- A list of all outstanding checks written by the City of Brockton.
- Tax Possessions List
- A list of all of the parcels owned by the City of Brockton.
- Tax Title list
- A list of all parcels with delinquent taxes who have had a lien placed on them at the Registry of Deeds.
Existing reports are free of charge. If research work is needed to fulfill a request, there may be a fee to procure the information.
- Owners of abandoned checks 11-30-21
- Preliminary Official Statement 6-30-17
- S&P Rating Report June 2017
- Brockton Annual Report 3-27-17
- Preliminary Official Statement 6-30-16
- Official Statement 11-5-15
- Brockton Annual Report 3-26-16
- Standard and Poors Ratings
- Standard and Poors Ratings Letter
- Moody's Brockton Rating Report 2015
- Standard and Poors Brockton Rating Report 2015