1. 2022-2023 Preliminary Budget Book published

    The County Auditor has published the County's Preliminary 2022-2023 Budget. The Preliminary Budget is the product of a team of County officials who compile the requests of all departments into a single document. Now, Council deliberations begin. Read on...
  2. Partial closure of licensing and recording services on December 15

    The Auditor’s Customer Service division will be closed from noon to 1:30 pm on Wednesday, December 15, for the department’s annual meeting. Read on...
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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.