Who pays our bills?

According to the state laws that govern County finances, all requests for payment from the County must be presented to the County Auditor. The County Auditor is to see that all laws regarding County finances have been complied with before a bill is paid. This means that we check all bills to see that they are for legal purchases, that they are within budget, that all purchasing policies have been followed and that they are authorized by the appropriate elected official or department head.

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1. Who pays our bills?
2. How often does the County pay its bills?
3. What is the necessary information I have to provide to get a bill approved?
4. How long does it take to get a bill paid by the County?
5. What happens if a bill gets lost in one of our offices?
6. Who do I talk to if I have a problem getting a bill paid?