Treasurer

Responsibilities

The County Treasurer collects all revenues on behalf of public entities which use property tax as a source of revenue. The Treasurer also functions as the County’s banker: Receiving, investing, and disbursing monies in accordance with state statute.

Pay Property Taxes Opens in new windowPay 2019 taxes due 2020, Real and Personal Property Taxes.  



View Statement  Opens in new windowView and Print Account Statements. Available from 2009-Current.   


REGISTER FOR E NOTICES Opens in new windowGo Paperless! You will need a code to register, found in the original 2020 Tax Notice or call our office to retrieve code.  


Mission Statement

“Our mission is to provide value to the taxpayers of Summit County.” – Ryne Scholl, Summit County Treasurer

We deliver on our mission by:


Offering the best customer service: Delivered by courteous, knowledgeable, respectful, and professional staff

Giving Summit County taxpayers value: Competent investment and management of public funds; efficient and effective solutions to maximize safety, liquidity, and return.

Delivering the highest quality operational services: Providing high-quality services requires the pursuit of proactive solutions to address a changing environment.

Creating a productive employee work environment: Our workplace fosters teamwork, innovation, and technology to create efficiency.

We value


Accountability: We take ownership. We measure ourselves against the highest standards of integrity and fiscal responsibility.

Diversity: We are accepting. We recognizes differences between people and acknowledge that these differences are a valued asset.

Fiscal Responsibility: We streamline. We manage our resources efficiently and effectively.

Integrity: We are honest and dependable. The greatest public partnerships are achieved through trust.

Innovation: We are inspired by innovative solutions. We strive to find ways to improve the services we offer.