The Assessor is responsible for the daily operations of the Assessor's office. The major duty is listing and valuation of real and personal property in the county as established by the Arkansas Constitution and the State Personal and Property Tax Code §26-26-717.Learn more about the Assessor
Circuit Clerk | 870-853-2030 | Email
Collector | 870-853-2050 | Email
The collector is responsible for collecting all property taxes from the first day of March to the fifteenth day of October during the calendar year after they are assessed. Any real or personal property taxes not paid by October 15 of each year are considered delinquent and the collector extends a 10% penalty against the taxpayer (ACA 26-36-201). Before December 1 of each year, the collector prepares a list of delinquent property taxes and delivers the list to a legal newspaper for publication. All lands upon which the taxes have not been paid for one (1) year following the date the taxes are due are forfeited to the State of Arkansas and transmitted by certification to the Commissioner of State Lands for collection or sale (ACA 26-37-101).
County Clerk | 870-853-2020 | Email
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm: Open during lunch time.
The County Clerk is the official bookkeeper of county government ahd serves as clerk for County Court, Quorum Court and Probate Court. The clerk also serves as secretary of the Board of Equalization and Intergovernmental Council Board.Learn more about the County Clerk
County Coroner | 870-853-5252 | Email
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County Surveyor | 870-853-4774 | Email
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Judge | 870-853-2000 | Email
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
The chief executive officer for county government in Arkansas is the County Judge. As CEO, the County Judge authorizes and approves the disbursement of all appropriated county funds, operates the system of county roads and county court, administers ordinance enacted by the quorum court, has custody of county property, accepts grants from federal, state, public and private sources, hires county employees except those persons employed by other elected officials. He presides over the quorum court without a vote, but with the power to veto. The judge must apply for all federal and state assistance monies for which the county is eligible and appoints the members to all administrative and advisory boards in the county.Learn more about the Judge
Treasurer | 870-853-2010 | Email
The Treasurer is responsible for receiving all monies belonging to the county and keeping an accounting in a designated depository. The Treasurer is also responsible for paying or disbursing all monies as directed by law and maintains records for all banking transactions.