Auditor-Treasurer's Office is part of the administrative branch of
County government and interacts with county departments, county
residents, the vendors, local government, state and federal agencies,
school districts and special districts. The County Auditor-Treasurer, an
elected official, is the County's Chief Financial Officer, Property Tax
Administrator, as well as the Supervisor of Elections. The
Auditor-Treasurer is also a member, by statute, of the county board of
equalization, the county canvassing committee, and sits on various other
committees, councils, and boards, as directed by the county board. Some
of the functions of this department include:
County Budgets, Payroll, and Annual
Cash Management - Invests all surplus county funds.
Maintains and monitors the county's investment portfolio and all county
bank accounts. Reconciles monthly statements.
Property Taxes, Values and
Property Conveyances - Collects all mortgage
registration, state deed taxes and split fees. Processes all documents
transferring property titles and entering them in a permanent database
before they are filed with the County Recorder.
City and Township Officials and Meeting Dates
Voter Registration and Elections
Licensing for County Liquor, Beer,
Wine, Auctioneer, Fireworks, Transient Merchant, Tobacco, etc.