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SealCity of Beaumont, CA
550 East 6th Street
Beaumont, CA 92223
City Treasurer

The City Treasurer is a part-time elected position and serves a four-year term. The City Treasurer is charged with the responsibility of assuring proper handling of municipal funds and participates in the investment of these funds. The legal requirements of the City Treasurer are set forth in the California Government Code: Sections 41001 through 41007, which outline the primary statutory duties of City Treasurers in general law cities

The Treasurer is supported in the duties by the Internal Controls Ad-Hoc Committee which includes the Treasurer, the Director of Finance, City Council Members, and appointed members of the public. The Committees meet periodically throughout the calendar year.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Review quarterly investment reports;
  • Review monthly investment reports;
  • Participate in investment strategy discussions with representatives of the City's contracted investment management firm;
  • Participate in the development of the Annual Statement of Investment Policy;
  • Provide status reports, as needed, to the City Council meetings.

 Additionally, the City Treasurer shall:

  • Protect, preserve and maintain intact cash, investments and other assets placed in trust with the Treasurer on behalf of the residents of the community;
  • Be dedicated to the highest ideals of honor, integrity, and objectivity in all public and professional relationships, and function within existing legal guidelines;
  • Promote principles of good government and be dedicated to the concepts of effective and efficient government service;
  • Seek  no  personal advantage or gain as a result  of  the  position,  or due to the commission of a questionable act;
  • Maintain personal conduct in such a manner as will enhance the stature of the position and reflect positively upon the City of Beaumont.

Sharon Geiser
City Treasurer

550 E. 6th St.
Beaumont, CA 92223