The Auditor’s Office consists of four departments,
- Financial Services
- Document Recording
- Vehicle Licensing
The Auditor is responsible for examining all county financial transactions to ensure adequate coverage and proper reporting of expenditures for county funds. As county recorder, the Auditor is responsible for recording and preserving in perpetuity land ownership documents, surveys, plats, land corner records, state and federal tax liens, uniform commercial codes and other miscellaneous ordinances and legal records. The Auditor is also responsible for the licensing of motor vehicles in the county, and issues marriage licenses.
Administrated by the County Auditor, the Elections Department conducts all general and special elections in accordance with state and local statutes and serves as registrar of voters for the county.