Oil Painting of Courthouse in 1990
The County Treasurer is one of 5 county positions elected countywide by the voters every 4 years. The Treasurers position is responsible for the investment and safekeeping of public funds paid and collected by all of the county departments in Grant County. This includes investing surplus county funds and maintaining county bank accounts. 

Tax Statements & Documents
The department annually processes approximately 6500 tax statements for real estate, personal property and manufactured home taxes. Real estate and Personal Property tax statements are processed and mailed once each year in late March. Manufactured home tax statements are mailed in early July and Truth-in-Taxation statements are mailed annually in mid November.

 The Treasurers’ Office collects current and delinquent taxes, balances the funds collected and forwards the information to the auditor for distribution to the taxing districts. Land tax records assistance is available during normal working hours. The Treasurers’ Office processes legal documents relating to property transfers and forwards unpaid tax information to new buyers. 

Vital Records
In Grant County, the Treasurer also has the responsibility of issuing birth and death records and  safe keeps the historical birth and death information. 

  1. Real Estate Information
  2. Vital Records

Real Estate Tax Payment Options

In Person

  • Hours: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m., open over the noon hour
  • Treasurers Office: First floor of the Grant County Courthouse
  • Elevator access available on the north side of the building
  • After hours, use the Treasurer's Drop Box.  Payment will be processed the next business day.

By Mail

Self-addressed payment envelopes are enclosed with the statement the taxpayer receives from the county treasurer. Payments must be postmarked on or before the deadline printed on the statement, late postmarks will be returned for penalty.

Credit Card or eCheck

Call 877-690-3729 or log onto the website, click on Current Year Tax Info and use Jurisdiction Code 3360. If you are paying by debit card, it must be a Visa-issued card. A nominal convenience fee will be charged by Forte Payment Systems.