197 East Tabernacle St.
St. George, UT 84770
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For county election information, go to the election website or contact the elections office (county clerk).
There are three County Commissioners.
Regular meetings of the Board of Commissioners are held in the Commission Chambers of the Washington County Administration Building, 197 East Tabernacle, St. George, Utah commencing at 4:00 p.m. (unless otherwise stated).
Staff Meetings are held in the Conference Room of the Washington County Administration Building commencing at 2:00 p.m. (unless otherwise stated).
Departments / Elected Officials
The County Assessor is responsible for listing, valuing, and maintaining records on each piece of “real” and “personal” property in Washington County.
The primary responsibility of the Assessor’s Office is to review annually all property in the County and appraise that property at market value. The Assessor’s Office monitors property ownership changes, maintains maps of parcel boundaries, and keeps descriptions of buildings and property characteristics current.
The Clerk/Auditor oversees all financial aspects of the County, including budget allocations, revenue projections and rate settings, expenditures, and capital outlays. Additional responsibilities include presiding over all County, State, and National elections held in Washington County; issuing marriage licenses; handling passport applications; preparing Tax Abatements; and conducting internal auditing in compliance with State Code.
The County Recorder records documents and maps and also maintains cross-reference indexes to these records as required by State laws. The Recorder’s Office also provides for subsequent retrieval of records for public viewing and produces copies and certifications of these records. Maps or “plats” are kept up to date and show current ownership of every tract of land in the County. The Recorder’s Office also records Military Discharges and provides certified copies of these documents at no charge. A map depository provides for filing of the land surveys in the County.
The County Treasurer is the elected official responsible for the billing and collection of real property taxes, banking, investment, and cash management of all County funds.
The Treasurer’s Office furnishes to each taxpayer a statement of value of property assessed, sends notices of delinquent taxes due, and prepares notices of penalties on delinquent taxes.