As a result of Governor Abbott’s March 3, 2021 Executive Order ending the statewide mask mandate effective March 10, Haltom City employees and visitors to City facilities are not required to wear masks. We do encourage the wearing of masks by employees and citizens, and the City will continue practices such as social distancing and regular disinfecting of City facilities.
For a full list of operational changes affected by COVID-19 see:
The Finance Department has overall responsibility for the efficient and prudent financial administration of Haltom City. This responsibility is accomplished through the direct supervision of the Accounting and Purchasing Divisions.
The Accounting Division operates out of the Finance Department and is responsible for the following duties:
The Haltom City Purchasing Division, operating out of the Finance Department, is responsible for the procurement of materials, supplies, equipment and services at the lowest cost and best quality to assist in the effective operation of Haltom City.
The goal of the City of Haltom City’s Purchasing Agent is to ensure that all City Departments and functions receive maximum benefit from the expenditure of City funds and that vendors will make a reasonable profit in providing goods and services to the City. Success in this effort is best achieved with the mutual cooperation of each City department, the Purchasing Agent, and vendors.
The City is a member of several purchasing cooperatives and uses state approved vendors whenever possible. At this time, the City does not have a formal master vendor list, however, vendors may contact the City's Purchasing Division by clicking the Contact Staff link at right. Vendor information will be forwarded to the appropriate departments.