Clarendon County Finance Department
The responsibilities of the Finance Department include the supervision, coordination, and administration of major financial affairs including accounting, payroll, budgeting, financial reporting, and fixed assets.
The Controller’s Office maintains the fiscal integrity of the county’s financial records. This Office reports the results of the County’s operations and changes in its financial position to various interested parties, such as state and federal grantors and regulatory agencies, financial markets, investors and concerned taxpayers. Functions include accounting, payroll, budgeting, internal and external audits, accounts payable, accounts receivable (excluding ad valorem taxes), and risk management.
Finance Department Organizational Chart
Pursuant to Section 6-1-330, as amended, requires that the county publish the amount of dollars annually collected on each user fee. For the fiscal year ended June 30, 2022:
- Road User fee $499,745
- Solid Waste fee $909,085