About the County Treasurer:

The County Treasurer essentially is the county’s tax collector, receiving all revenues and fees due to the state and county related to private property, school districts and special assessments. The term is for four years.

The Basics of the County Treasurer:

The County Treasurer essentially is the county’s tax collector, receiving all revenues and fees due to the state and county related to private property, school districts and special assessments. The Treasurer disburses funds from the treasury, invests the surplus of funds and takes action against those who have not paid their taxes to the county. The term is for four years.

Detailed Rules and Responsibilities of the County Treasurer:

The County Treasurer serves a function similar to the State Treasurer, except on a county level. The County Treasurer essentially is the county’s tax collector, receiving all revenues and fees due to the state and county related to private property, school districts and special assessments. The Treasurer disburses funds from the treasury, invests the surplus of funds and takes action against those who have not paid their taxes to the county. The term is for four years.


Additional Information

Definitions provided by Arizona State University Morrison Institute for Public Policy.