Responsibilities / Duties
The Auditor-Controller is the chief accounting officer and chief fiscal officer of the county. The representative for this office is elected by the Colusa County voters and performs duties under the legal authority set forth in the California Code and County Code.
The Auditor-Controller's Office provides a broad range of financial accounting and auditing services to all county departments, agencies, and special districts whose funds are kept in the county treasury. The Auditor-Controller maintains the official financial record of the county, conducts internal audits, and reports financial transactions in compliance with generally accepted accounting principles and in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards.
546 Jay St.
Colusa, CA 95932
Ph: (530) 458-0400
Fx: (530) 458-0402
Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
|The Auditor-Controller's Office is responsible for internal fiscal control of the county and assists county departments and special districts with the control and management of their funds.
Functions of the Auditor-Controller's Office include, but are not limited to:
Colusa County Seeking Firm for Banking Services
- Accounts Payable
- Accounts Receivable
- Annual Financial Audit
- Bank Reconciliation
- Budget Officer
- Cost Plan Allocation
- Fixed Assets Inventory Control
- Grant Administration
- Internal Control
- Other Financing
- Payroll and Employee Benefits
- Property Taxes
- Special District Functions
- State and Federal Reporting
- State Mandated Claim Reimbursement
- Tax Anticipation Notes
Colusa County is seeking a qualified firm to provide financial services to the County through an informal bid/questionnaire process. The County seeks to identify the best qualified and financially secured service provider to administer the County’s extensive banking operations in the most efficient manner available. The County is interested in a long-term banking relationship.
Due to time constraints beyond the County’s control, there is a relatively short timeline for submission of the proposal. Firms are invited to submit a proposal by November 20, 2015 no later than 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time for General Banking Services. A request for a meeting with County staff must be made by November 6th, no later than 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time. Please see General Banking Services Questionnaire for additional deadlines.
Firms interested in submitting a proposal to provide Colusa County’s banking services must complete the Scope of Work for General Banking Services (Attachment A), the Banking Services Fee Proposal (Attachment C), and other required documentation as outlined in the Questionnaire.
The following documents are available for banking services proposal preparation and submission: