Auditor

  1. Recording Fees Increase June 7

    Recording fees increase by $25 on June 7 because of increased surcharges for homelessness and affordable housing. The increases will generate more revenue for homeless and affordable housing programs at both the state and the local level. Read on...
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Responsibilities


The County Auditor is an elected, non-partisan position. Primary responsibilities of the Auditor’s office include:
  • Financial services, including:
    • Financial reporting for the County
    • Assisting the County Administrator with budget preparation and monitoring
    • Paying the bills (accounts payable) for the County
    • Payroll for County employees
    • Fixed asset tracking for the County
    • Grant accounting and reporting
    • Centralized purchasing for the County, except Public Works
    • Accounting, payroll, and budget assistance for junior taxing districts
Additional responsibilities include:
  • Management of surplus personal property of the County
  • Receipt of claims and lawsuits
  • Stormwater assessment appeals
  • Liaison to Veterans Advisory Board
The goal of the County Auditor's Office is exceptional customer service. If you have a question, or if there is anything we can do for you, please stop by, call or email. We want to hear from you.
  1. Recording Fees Increase June 7

    Recording fees increase by $25 on June 7 because of increased surcharges for homelessness and affordable housing. The increases will generate more revenue for homeless and affordable housing programs at both the state and the local level. Read on...
View All