Auditor-Treasurer's Office

  1. Property Taxes Due May 15, 2020

    The Mille Lacs County Auditor – Treasurer’s office is currently closed to the public and has reduced staffing due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Property Taxes are still due on May 15, 2020. Payments can be mailed or placed in the dropbox located... Read on...
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  • Elections
  • Expiration of Redemption Notices
  • Forfeited properties
  • Licensing
  • Official filings
  • Passports
  • Plats
  • Property information
  • Property taxes
  • Real estate transactions
  • Tax information
  • Tax-forfeited property
  • Voting

Financial Administration  

The Auditor-Treasurer’s Office is responsible for the preparation of the payroll for all county employees. Included in the payroll responsibilities are the payment of all payroll taxes, insurance premiums, and pension benefits.

The Auditor-Treasurer operates and maintains an accounting system that provides a detailed accounting for the General Revenue and Ditch Funds of the County. The Auditor-Treasurer maintains a summary accounting of the Road and Bridge and Welfare Funds. The detailed accounting of these funds is carried out by the individual departments. Each month the Auditor-Treasurer prepares a trial balance to provide the historic checks and balances. 

In addition to the accounting process, the County Auditor-Treasurer maintains the cash management and investment function. Surplus funds are to be invested pursuant to Minnesota Statutes. Income derived from these types of investments is used to reduce the tax levy each year.


The Auditor-Treasurer is responsible for issuing the following licenses:

  • Auctioneer
  • Beer
  • Dance
  • Liquor
  • Tobacco
  • Transient merchant licenses
  • Wine