The City's Finance department oversees the operating budget, annual audit process, investment of idle cash, and a variety of daily transactions.


The City's Accounting Department is responsible for many of the financial functions of the City. The Department includes the following divisions:


The City of Moore operates two cemeteries: Smith Cemetery and Moore Cemetery. 

The cemeteries are both over 100 years old. Some of the grave sites date back to the 1800’s with a few birth dates dating back to the 1700’s.

  • The City Clerk’s office sells the lots, issues deeds, and works with various funeral homes and monument companies regarding pending funerals and monument sets. The City Clerk’s office also issues work orders and maintains all records relating to both cemeteries.

City Clerk

The City Clerk's office is maintained by the City Clerk and Deputy City Clerk. This office is the custodian of all municipal records, which includes: minutes of the proceedings of the council, all ordinances and resolutions passed by the council, financial reports, audits, contracts, bond indentures, statement of proceedings, election documents, official reports, and etc.

City Treasurer

The City Treasurer is the custodian of the municipal treasury. They invest monies in his/her custody and submit a monthly report to the governing body, monitors all collateral pledged to the municipality, and makes payments on outstanding general obligation/revenue bonds and coupons.


Utility Billing

The City of Moore is making it easier to make your utility payment. We have several options for you to pay your bill.

Online- Click on the Online Payment section on the right side of the homepage.

Automatic Withdraw - Check the back of your utility bill for the Auto Draft from for your checking account or credit card. Just fill it out, attach a check and drop it off.

Or download the form by clicking here.