The position of Slope County Treasurer is an elected position and voted upon every four years.
The Treasurer’s Office has the major function of collecting real estate and mobile home property taxes. The Treasurer is responsible for keeping track of all property taxes and tax payments and for mailing out tax statements and delinquent notices.
In addition to tax collection, the Treasurer’s Office receives and records revenues from all sources, including all the county departments, and state and federal funds. The Treasurer must record and balance the accounts daily. The Treasurer also apportions and gives each county fund and government subdivision its portion collected, on a monthly basis.
An important duty of the Treasurer is banking and investing and making the best use of county funds by investing them wisely to receive the best rate of return while keeping enough funds available for use by the County when needed. This all must be in keeping with the North Dakota Century Code requirements.
Slope County does not have a Motor Vehicle Division of License and Registration. Please call Bowman County for any inquiries.
Tax statements are usually mailed out the first part of December. By Century Code, they must be mailed by the 26th of December. Mobile Home tax statements are also mailed in December.
A 5% discount is allowed on real estate and mobile home taxes if paid in full on or before February 15th. After March 1st penalties are assessed.
Taxes may be paid in installments:
1st Installment and all Specials:
March 1st – 3%
May 1st – 6%
July 1st – 9%
October 1st – 12%
Penalty on October 16 – 6%
Per North Dakota State Law, failure to receive a statement shall not relieve the owner of liability, nor extend the discount privilege past the February 15th deadline. Please call as soon as p9ossible if you do not receive a statement. It is the responsibility of the property owner to notify our office of address changes.
Slope County Mill Levy Sheet, 2021 Real Estate