Office of the Comptroller

About the Treasury

The Treasury Services Division is responsible for managing the City’s investments in accordance with state law, City ordinances, debt covenants the City Investment Policy and the Debt Policy. This Policy is adopted annually by the City Council. The Treasury Services Division also acts as the contract representative for the City’s depository contract.

The Treasury Services Division prepares Quarterly Investment Reports in accordance with the City's investment policy. View the City's most recent report.

The Treasury Services Division also is responsible for unclaimed property and return check function.  The Treasury Services Division provides guidance and monitoring of the City's petty cash system.

The City of El Paso encourages vendors to utilize the City's electronic form of payment.  Please refer to Purchasing & Strategic Sourcing Department for more information about Vendor forms. 

The Treasury Services Division (TSD) will notify the payer via a letter within 2 days after the NSF check is received.  The payer has ten (10) business days after receipt of the letter to respond to the City.

The payer may submit the payment (money order or cashier's check) via US Mail to TSD attention.  If in-person, the payer must go to the TSD for the information to take to the City Cashier's Office.  Payer may pay cash, cashier's check or money order to the City Cashier's Office and deliver a copy of the receipt to the TSD for NSF check disposition.

At no time will departments accept payments to clear NSF checks without prior TSD approval.


Treasury Staff

Treasury Services Coordinator

Luis H. Mier
(915) 212-1173