The Office of the County Treasurer is a Constitutional office as established by the Constitution of the State of Michigan. The duties of the County Treasurer are established by law and authorized by the Board of Commissioners.
The County Treasurer is custodian of all monies with responsibility for investing idle funds and maintaining an adequate cash flow. The Treasurer also settles with township and city treasurers for taxes collected, collects delinquent real property taxes, maintains debt service accounts for bonded indebtedness of the County and is responsible for the certification of warranty deeds and the sale of dog licenses.
In addition to these duties, the Treasurer is a member of the Plat Board, the Elections Commission, the County Apportionment Commission and the County Building Authority.