Unclaimed Property PDF Print E-mail

The City of Covina’s Finance Department has unclaimed property. The uncashed checks were issued and mailed, but have not been cashed three years or more after their issue date.

About the Finance Department PDF Print E-mail
The Finance Department is responsible for the administration of the City’s fiscal condition, services, and resources. Major service systems include financial reporting, budgeting, accounting, cashiering, business licensing and utility billing.

In addition the department provides staff support to the City Treasurer through specified department employees deputized to act on behalf of the Treasurer.

The significant department tasks are as follows: preparing annual and periodic financial reports and analysis; preparation of the annual budget; controlling expenditures for budgetary accounts; investing idle funds; receipting and disbursing funds; maintaining internal control over financial transactions and resources; issuing business licenses and parking permits; acting as trustee for the special assessment bond transactions; and providing centralized accounts receivable processing and control. The department coordinates and controls the City’s decentralized purchasing functions. The department also provides the above-mentioned services to the Covina Redevelopment Agency.

Major Functions of the Finance Department:


The current Elected City Treasurer is Geoffrey Cobbett.


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Contact Information

Business License - (626) 384-5512
Water Billing - (855) 354-7579
Refuse Billing - (626) 336-6100
Accounts Payable - (626) 384-5504
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Locations & Hours

Covina City Hall
125 E. College Street
Covina, CA 91723
Monday - Thursday, 7 am - 6 pm