The County Treasurer collects and distributes the property taxes and prepares reports for the State Treasurer, maintains bank accounts for the various county funds and conducts tax sales on property for which the taxes have not been paid. The Treasurer's office is also home to the Motor Vehicle department where you can register your car or other motorized vehicles.
Dates to Remember From the Treasurer's Office
July 1 - First day of Fiscal Year
September 1 - First-half of property taxes due
September 30 - Last day to pay first-half property taxes without penalty at the Treasurer's office. Mail-in payments must be post-marked by September 30.
March 1 - Second-half of property taxes due.
March 31 - Last day to pay second-half property taxes without penalty at the Treasurer's office. Mail-in payments must be post-marked by March 31.
June 20 - Treasurer's Property Tax Sale, 8:00 am, Johnson County Administration Building. Participants must pre-register at the Treasurer's office by 5:30 pm, June 10th, 2016.
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