The City of Lynnwood is committed to providing timely and accurate information and resources related to the Coronavirus / COVID-19.
Effective August 31, 2021, City Hall will be closed to the public. Staff will be available to assist customers online and over-the-phone.
The Finance Department serves the public with their financial and billing needs. The Finance Department also provides internal customer service to all City Departments. Our success depends on the success of our customers. It is our primary commitment to meet our customers' needs by providing reliable, quality service that anticipates and exceeds their expectations.
The City's Accounting office performs the following functions:
Learn more about Accounting and Auditing
The City's Adopted Budget is a legal document giving the City authority to spend public funds. The Budget follows the policies, goals and services levels determined by City Council.
Strategic planning is a big part of our process to keep the City financially responsible and transparent to our residents, City Council, and City departments.
Learn more about Budget and Strategic Planning.
The Treasurer is responsible for management of investments; banking and cash receipts; LID payments; taxes; and accounts receivable. This work group also provides receptionist services at City Hall.
Learn more about Treasury and to submit your forms for Admissions, Gambling, and Utility Taxes.
The Utility Billing division is responsible for managing the following:
Need to pay your water/sewer bill? Make a payment online through Lynnwood Self Service or explore your other options.
Pay Your Utility Bill
The City offers rate discounts and rebate programs on City Utilities to eligible low-income individuals, seniors, and disabled bill payers.
Learn More About Utility Billing Discounts & Rebates
Email Director Meyer
If you are unable to find a record or document on our Finance pages, you can submit a public records request.
Public Records Requests