The Henry County Treasurer’s Office is once again open for business with the following guidelines
Driver License Services are by appointment only, & Customers are strongly encouraged to utilize mail, drop box or online payment for vehicle registration renewals and property tax payments.
Duties of the County 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, state of Iowa department of revenue and finance, and state of Iowa department of driver services.
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, Henry County Board of Supervisors and corporate and unincorporated taxing entities for adequate financial control.
To maintain the efficient operation of this office the following policy will apply to check and cash payments. Check – no two party checks the treasurer reserves the right to refuse payment by personal check due to an adverse customer payment history.
A $30.00 fee will be charged for all checks returned for insufficient funds.
Cash or coin accepted only in reasonable denominations coin or cash in small denominations considered unreasonable payment by the treasurer, or treasurer’s staff, will be refused.