General Office Hours:
Monday-Friday 8:30 am –  4:30 pm
Saturday & Sunday:  Closed
422 W. Lake St. – PO Box 538
Tawas City, MI  48763

Phone:  (989) 362-4409
Fax:  (989) 984-1102
Treasurer’s Office Staff:
April Johnson, Chief Deputy/Supervisor
Melissa Beebe, Senior Tax Specialist
Pam Frank, Tax Specialist/Clerk





Cathy Anderson
Iosco County Treasurer

The office of the County Treasurer was established by the Michigan State Constitution (Article VII, Section 4). The four-year term of office is filled by partisan election. The duties and powers of the County Treasurer are provided by state law and by authorization of the County Board of Commissioners.

2023 Recommended General and Non General Fund Budgets Public HRG 12/21/2022
2023 Projected Budget
2022 Adopted General and Non General Fund Budgets
2021 Year End Audit
2021 Single Audit
2021 Audit Presentation

2021 Adopted General and Non General Fund Budgets
Revolving Loan Fund 
2021 Retirement System Annual Report-Iosco County
2020 Retirement System Annual Report-Iosco County

The two main roles of the treasurer are as the custodian of all county funds and the collector of taxes. Additionally, the treasurer fulfills many other duties.

The county receives money from several sources. The principal source of revenue is an ad valorem property tax. Other income is received from state and federal grants, interest income and various service and license fees.

Many of the county’s departments collect money in the course of their business. This money is periodically deposited with the treasurer, who is in a sense, the county’s banker.

Besides revenue items, the treasurer is responsible for large amounts of money in various trust and agency funds. These include such classes as circuit court trust, veterans’ trust, special drainage districts and county/road improvement projects.