Financial Services

  1. Assessor

    The Assessor's Office is responsible for the valuation of all the tangible real and personal property within Cole County.

  2. Auditor

    The Auditor performs Accounting and Budget Officer activities related to the financing of law enforcement, road and bridge construction, maintenance and providing health care services especially to children and elderly in low-income situations.

  3. Collector

    The Cole County Collector of Revenue is responsible for collecting current and delinquent property taxes for the county and the various political subdivisions within the county which have an authorized property tax levy.

  4. Purchasing

    The goal of the Cole County Purchasing Department is to procure materials, supplies, equipment and services to meet the essential needs of county departments and elected officials at the lowest cost while remaining consistent with the quality needed for the proper and effective operation of county government.

  5. Treasurer

    The primary duty of the County Treasurer is that of custodian of all county fund monies (from receipting to reconciliation), and management of the county’s investment portfolio with an emphasis on liquidity and risk avoidance.