What We Do
The Finance group at the RDCK is primarily responsible for compliance with the financial reporting requirements of various levels of government, including the budget and financial plan, the annual preparation of the audited Financial Statements, Statements of Financial Information required by the Financial Information Act and the Reporting Forms required by British Columbia.
Finance is also responsible for asset management, investment portfolios, payroll, accounts payable, grant payments, and customer billings/accounts receivable.
Waste Disposal Charge Account
A Waste Disposal Charge Account allows approved customers to go to any RDCK Landfill or Transfer Station and ‘charge’ their waste disposal fees to an account. On a monthly basis, the RDCK will send a printed statement with a summary of transactions and payments processed during the month. Invoices are considered due 30 days after they are incurred. Accounts may be revoked at any time for non-payment or non-compliance with waste facility rules and regulations. Accounts that are not used for a one year period will become inactive and customers will have to reapply for active account status.
Authorized Charge Accounts are considered a privilege for our customers. Charge accounts should be considered for customers that charge $100 or more per month on a regular basis. Vehicle licence plate numbers are associated with accounts.
Who We Are
|Heather Smith||Finance Manager|
|Darryl Zol||Financial Analyst|
|Matthew Friesen||Financial Analyst|
|Janet Matheson||Payroll Lead|
|Brook Atkins||Payroll Lead|
|Marla Dreher||Accounts Receivable Lead|
|Heather Zavagno||Contract & Payment Coordinator|
|Glenn Wright||Purchases & Payment Coordinator|
|Paula Hudson-Lunn||Accounts Payable & Receivable Clerk|
|Annette Steed||Creston Accounts Receivable and Administrative Clerk|
To find Financial Statements, Statements of Financial Information and Annual Budgets, please click here.
The content on this page was last updated May 3 2021 at 9:49 AM