The County Treasurer is authorized by the Michigan Constitution and State law to serve as the County's Banker and Investment Officer. The Treasurer's primary responsibilities are to safeguard public funds and to collect and account for the revenue used to operate programs for County residents.
The Treasurer is also responsible for:
- Managing cash and investments
- Receipting, recording, and depositing revenue for all County services
- Certifying deeds
- Issuing dog and kennel licenses
- Collecting delinquent real property taxes