Page County, Iowa Treasurer's duties include working with County Financial Management, Real Estate, Motor Vehicles, Collection of Property Taxes, and Annual Tax Sale.

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(712) 542-5322  or  (712) 542-5310

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Duties of the Treasurer
The Treasurer is responsible for the receipt, management, disbursement, financial reporting, bonds and investment of all monies paid to the County and serves as agent for the State of Iowa Department of Transportation and Iowa Department of Revenue and Finance.

The Treasurer compiles composite reports from individual record books to general ledgers: reviews and reconciles receipts, bills, and cash received to assure accuracy of figures to prevent discrepancies and financial loss. In addition, the Treasurer categorizes, indexes, files and deposits materials, forms and monies received to assure public funds are administered properly.

The Treasurer is responsible for the proper receipt, accounting and disbursement of county funds within proper policies established by the State of Iowa, Page County Board of Supervisors and corporate and unincorporated taxing entities for adequate financial control.

Financial Management
Investment of Revenues,
Keep accurate record of monies received and disbursed,
Check supporting data for all check and cash receipts from all county monies,
Submit accurate financial records for annual audit,
Prepare monthly reports,
Prepare reports throughout the year for the Page County Board of Supervisors and State Auditor,
Update Investment Report annually if law changes ,
ACH transfers of tax payments and auto renewals,
Send monthly monies to the Iowa Department of Transportation,
Apportion taxes to various entities,
Collect miscellaneous revenues from all county offices and departments.

Real Estate Division
To collect taxes certified for all real estate, mobile homes, special assessments, utilities,
Process Iowa Property Tax Credit Claims for senior citizens or disabled persons,
Pursue collection of tax liens by ordinary lawsuit or by proceeding to the taking of the tax sale deed,
Prepare for publishing a newspaper notice of tax sale,
Conduct annual and adjourned tax sales,
Send notice of delinquent taxes to taxpayers with outstanding taxes as of February 1,
Send notice of annual tax sale no later than May 1,
Process tax sale redemptions.

Motor Vehicle Division
License, title, collect one time registration fee and motor vehicle annual registrations in Page County,
Issue duplicate, salvage, in lieu and in transit titles,
Record and release security interests,
Issue junking certificates for vehicles that are dismantled or no longer operable,
Prepare reports for the Iowa Department of Transportation,
Process refund claim forms,
Issue special license plates,
Work with Department of Transportation Investigators,
Process uncollected parking tickets for cities of Page County.

Collection of Property Taxes
It is the Treasurer’s duty to collect all taxes, certified by the County Auditor, which includes real estate, mobile homes, special assessments, buildings on leased land, equipment assessed as real estate, utilities and grain handlers . The County Auditor delivers tax lists of the various districts to the Treasurer at the beginning of each fiscal year. Taxes are segregated in taxing districts, and the amounts collected are apportioned to the various funds; State, Area Schools, Ag Extension, Assessor/Appraiser, County, School, corporate entities and townships.

Property Tax Payments
Property taxes may be paid in two installments. The first half is due September 1 and becomes delinquent October 1; the second half is due March 1 and becomes delinquent April 1.
Delinquent interest accrues at the rate of 1.5% per month, rounded to the nearest dollar with a minimum of a dollar.

Payments for redemption from tax sale must be paid by guaranteed funds. The rate of interest required by Iowa law to be paid in a redemption is 2% per month.

Notice of Delinquent Taxes
The law requires that a notice be sent to property owners who have outstanding taxes as of November 1st. The notification explains that under Iowa law, it is important for property owners to pay taxes and special assessments when they are due in order to avoid the tax sale or a lawsuit.
Iowa law also requires that a notice of the annual tax sale shall be mailed not later than May 1 to the person in whose name the parcel subject to sale is taxed. In compliance with this law, a Delinquent Tax Statement and Tax Sale Notice is mailed in April to provide proper notice of the pending tax sale.

Delinquent taxes as of May 1 are assessed a publication fee and must be advertised for sale at the annual tax sale in June.

Tax Sale
The Annual Tax Sale is held the third Monday in June at 9:00 a.m. with an adjourned sale held daily. Any delinquency must be offered for sale at the Regular or Public Bidder Tax Sale.

Delinquent tax and/or special assessments advertised twice and remaining unsold for want of bidders, must be offered for sale at the annual Public Bidder Sale. Page County is required by Iowa law to purchase the delinquencies if there is no private sector bidder. Further, once a Certificate of Purchase at Tax Sale has been issued to the County, the Treasurer has the authority to bring an ordinary suit at law for the collection of taxes.

Address of
Treasurer's office:
P.O. Box 224
Clarinda, IA 51632


Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM


8:15 AM - 4:00 PM
Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri.

8:15 AM - 4:00 PM

Driver License Testing:
Until 3:30 PM each location

Drive Tests are by appointment only - Please call for an appointment!

9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Phone Numbers:
(712) 542-5322

FAX Number:
(712) 542-2243

County Treasurer:
Angie Dow

Employees in the Treasurer's office:

Chris Churchill, Deputy

Kenna Herbert, Deputy & Drive Examiner

Kristin Krchelich, Deputy

Dawn Hadden, Deputy

Steve Stribling, Drive Examiner

Treasurer's Forms:
Downloadable forms
used in the Treasurers office

Treasurer's Links:
Iowa State County
Treasurers Association

Other Related Links:
Renew Your Vehicle Tags

Iowa Department of Revenue

Iowa Motor Vehicle Division

Pay Your Taxes Online

Iowa Department of Public Safety Agencies

Iowa Department of Transportation Agencies


Interior View of Page County Courthouse

Stained glass window inside courthouse

Interior of Page County Courthouse

Stained glass window inside courthouse

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