City Treasurer

The City Treasurer is responsible for all City funds. Personnel within this division oversee municipal investments, make payments on municipal debts and outstanding accounts; oversee the City’s risk-loss programs; and assist the Director of Administrative Services with the preparation of financial reports.  This division oversees the financial accounting systems including accounts receivable, accounts payable, banking, investments, payroll, the hiring process, maintenance of employee records, and risk management.

Office Location & Contact Information:
105 E. Center St.
Sikeston, MO  63801
Phone: (573) 471-2511
FAX: (573) 471-1526
email:  citytreasurer@sikeston.org

Office Hours - Mon- Fri, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

City Treasurer/Human Resources Director/Deputy City Clerk

Karen Bailey

      Purchasing Information:

  • The City Treasurer Division supports the operations of the City in a manner which assures the citizens of Sikeston, that all purchases are conducted with integrity, openness and with fair and equal opportunity. 
  • All vendors receiving $600 or more in annual payments from the City of Sikeston must have a valid W9 form on file.
    W9 Form
  • Immigration information required:  Any contract or grant in excess of $5,000 requires the business entity to affirm by sworn affidavit and provision of documentation that the business entity has enrolled and participated in a federal work authorization program with respect to its employees who work in connection with contracted services and to sign an affidavit affirming that it does not knowingly employ any person who is an unauthorized alien in connection with the contract.
  • Persons awarded a public works contract are required to provide a ten (10) hour OSHA construction safety program to all employees working on the public works project.
  • Those interested in being placed on the City’s vendor list should send a letter stating the products/services they provide as well as their contact information.  The letter will then be forwarded to the appropriate department.
  • Missouri Law requires that during periods of excessive employment, all persons with the responsibility to contract for the construction of public works projects and all contractors involved in constructing such public works must only employee workers from Missouri or from nonrestrictive states on those projects.
  • Vendor List:  To be placed on the City of Sikeston’s vendor list, firms should contact the Department’s Purchasing Representative with an introduction letter and copies of literature or catalogs pertaining to products or services. All vendors remain on the City’s active vendor list for one (1) year. If a firm does not respond to a request for bid or quotation during this one (1) year period, their name will be removed from the vendor list.
  • Local Vendor Preference Policy:  The City’s objective in purchasing is to obtain the best value at the lowest price, while maintaining our City’s economic base. An outgrowth of this philosophy was the establishment of the local vendor preference schedule listed below, which applies to all vendors, physically located and licensed to do business within the corporate City limits of Sikeston.

    Purchase of

    But not over

    Local Vendor Preference

    $ .01
    $ 10,001.00
    $100,001.00+   

    $ 10,000
    $100,000          

    5%
    2%
    1%

The local vendor preference policy, referenced above, was adopted by the Sikeston City Council on December 8, 2009 by Resolution 09-12-01. All invoices/statements should be mailed to:

                    Amanda Groves
                    City of Sikeston Accounts Payable
                    105 East Center
                    Sikeston, Missouri  63801
                    Phone: 573-471-2511
                    Fax:  573-475-3715

  • Checks are issued on the 10th and 25th of each month.

Risk Management:

  • Risk Management is a support service to all City departments for auto liability, general liability, law enforcement liability, and worker’s compensation.  Claims resulting from various City operations are administered and coordinated.   In-house training, safety programs and policies as well as development and revision of safety programs as needed are provided by this office.