Treasurer's Office

COVID-19 Update to County Services:

The safety of our residents and employees is of primary concern. Therefore, as we begin to reopen county buildings for services, we want to let you know what you can expect. We are committed to providing you county services while doing our part to stop the spread of this virus.

The Treasurer’s Office is open with the following safety measures.

Screening requirements are in place upon entering the building and prior to entering any of the offices

Screening includes answering a series of questions and having your temperature taken

Floors have been marked to allow for appropriate social distancing and wearing a face covering is required


Custodian of County Funds

The Treasurer acts as the custodian of all county funds, and as such is responsible for receipting, recording and investing all money received by the various departments within the County. As Investment Officer for the County, the Treasurer is responsible for the safeguarding and investing of these monies, acting in accordance with the County’s Investment Policy.

Tax Collector

The Treasurer is responsible for the collection of delinquent real property taxes. Through a process referred to as “settlement,” the County Treasurer receives all delinquent taxes from the townships and cities in the county on March 1 each year. From the Delinquent Tax Fund, these townships and cities are “made whole” for all taxes due, and the responsibility for collecting those taxes becomes that of the County Treasurer. 

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