Treasurer Functions

The office of treasurer is a constitutional office. The treasurer serves a four-year term with a two-term limit during any twelve year period. The County Treasurer is the custodian of all monies belonging to the county. Disbursements of monies with the proper orders issued and attested by the county auditor.

The responsibilities include: Billing and the collection of property taxes (real estate-personal-mobile home); taxes involved in bankruptcy; collection of inheritance tax, gross income tax, innkeepers tax; issuance of tax clearances; mobile homes and alcoholic beverage permits; investment of funds; conducts annual real estate tax sale; the collection of delinquent property taxes and taxes in judgment; and search for and collection of delinquent taxes of public employees.

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Holiday Schedule

Deadlines

Upcoming Events

22 Sep 2020;
06:30PM -
Plan Commission
24 Sep 2020;
06:30PM -
Board of Zoning Appeals
25 Sep 2020;
11:00AM -
Filing Deadline
29 Sep 2020;
08:00AM -
Hancock County Commissioners Meeting
02 Oct 2020;
12:00AM
Riley Days
06 Oct 2020;
08:00AM -
Hancock County Commissioners Meeting
08 Oct 2020;
08:00AM -
Drainage Board Meeting

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