The trustee acts as the general banker for the county, serving three primary functions:
- Collecting property taxes
- Receiving and disbursing county funds
- Managing the county's cash flow
Property taxes are one of the county's most important revenue sources. The trustee sends out property tax statements in October and collects and issues receipts prior to the February deadline. He authorizes a uniform chart of county accounts administered by the county audit division, deposits funds daily and makes disbursements.
Monthly & Annual Financial Statements
The trustee issues monthly and annual financial statements. He is also charged with investing idle funds and working with the County Budget Committee to ensure investments are made according to state law and produce maximum earnings with the highest degree of safety.
Where Can I Pay My Property Taxes
- Jonesborough Office
111 E Main Street (Downtown Courthouse)
- Johnson City Office - Closing April 28, 2023 and reopening October 2, 2023 for tax season
378 Marketplace Boulevard
Secure Drop Boxes for Property Tax Payments
For taxpayers convenience, drop boxes are located at the corner of the Historic Courthouse in Jonesborough and at the Johnson City location, 378 Marketplace Blvd. Remember, your county property taxes are due by February 29, 2024.