Treasurer's Office

Mission Statement

To maintain accurate accounts in compliance with State and Federal regulations in order to guarantee the protection of a true and accurate accounting of the taxpayer’s dollars in the County of Wyoming. The Treasurer’s Office is committed to maintaining internal controls and segregation of duties supporting the integrity of the Office of the County Treasurer.

Responsibilities & Duties

The Treasurer is elected county-wide for a term of four years and is responsible for the prudent administration of all money belonging to the county or in which the county has an interest. The Treasurer’s Office is a mandated department by New York State and County law.

The department is responsible for the complex accounting of all financial transaction of the County, the investment and borrowing of County funds, the administration of all payroll activity for over 800 employees, collection of delinquent real property taxes and inrem tax enforcement foreclosure proceedings in compliance with Article 11 of the NYS Real Property Tax Law, as well as a variety of other duties subject to rigid scrutiny of Federal and New York State agencies and an annual audit of the financial records conducted by an independent auditing firm.