Office of the Treasurer
The Metropolitan Treasurer is a position established by the Metropolitan Charter to supervise and be responsible for the custody and disbursement of all funds belonging to the metropolitan government and all funds handled by metropolitan government officers as agents or trustees except as otherwise provided in the Charter or by ordinance or general law not inconsistent with the Charter.
The Collections Officer is a position established by the Metropolitan Charter to collect and receive all revenues, income and moneys due the metropolitan government accruing to the urban services district, the general services district, or any other source, except as otherwise provided for by other parts of the Charter, by ordinance, or by the general law.
The Metropolitan Treasurer's Office is located at:
700 2nd Ave South
Nashville, TN 37210
The four major areas of responsibility within the Office of the Treasurer are:
- Cash Operations (Oversees and executes the daily activities related to payments and cash management. Key functions include management of the Metro Nashville banking relationship, credit and debit card acceptance program, and armored car services for Metro Nashville departments.)