The Kootenai County Treasurer's office as Public Administrator has American and Canadian coin and paper currency including
but not limited to Morgan Silver Dollars, Peace dollars, silver quarters, fifty-cent pieces, George VI fifty-cent pieces and many more.
Prospective buyers are invited to the Kootenai County Administration Building, 451 Government Way, CDA Meeting Room 3, second floor on
July 5th from 9:00 - 11:00AM to preview coins and currency. Sealed bids may be submitted to the Kootenai County Treasurer's office for
the entire collection by 3:00PM on July 6th by including bidder name, address and contact phone along with a cashier's check for the bid amount.
The collection will be sold in its entirety and not portioned out. If you have any questions, please contact Chief Deputy Treasurer
Laurie Thomas, 208-446-1013 or by email at email@example.com The Kootenai County Treasurer's office reserves the right to refuse all
bids if minimum is not met.
Steve Matheson is your Kootenai County Treasurer. He
was elected as Treasurer on November 4, 2014. One of the primary goals of the Treasurer's office is to continue
to enhance the excellent customer service that has been established.
The Treasurer's office has 3 primary functions for Kootenai County. They are:
Treasurer: The responsibility as a Treasurer is to ensure all monies received by
Kootenai County are deposited and accounted for in a timely manner. The Treasurer is also responsible for investing
idle funds and ensuring there is adequate money available to meet the county's financial obligations.
Tax Collector: As the tax collector, it is the Treasurer's responsibility to collect the taxes on real and personal
property, on harvested timber, and the certification of special assessments for water districts, fire protection
districts, and local improvement districts.
Public Administrator: The Treasurer is also appointed as the Public Administrator in the following situations:
1. For the estates where no personal representative is appointed
2. The estates where there is no known heir
3. Estates ordered because the State of Idaho is the heir