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Auditor

 

About the Auditor

 

Grant County Auditor

Dave Firebaugh

dfirebaugh@co.grant.wa.us

 

The county auditor has a broad range of duties and responsibilities involving specific statutory functions and county financial administration. The auditor examines and audits county financial records and  prepares the preliminary county budget for the board of county commissioners. The auditor also has functions relating to special districts. Many of the auditors' statutory duties are not associated with county finance.

 

The primary statutory responsibilities of the county auditor are: (1) recording (recording of real property documents such as deeds and other recorded documents); (2) licensing (licensing, titling, and registration for motor vehicles and watercraft, issuing various licenses such as marriage, and acting as agent for the state Department of Revenue in collecting certain fees and taxes); (3) elections and voter registration (acting as ex-officio supervisor of elections and administering voter registration and elections); (4) county financial audit and administration duties includes auditing county expenditures, serving as ex officio supervisor of the state Auditor's Office Division of Municipal Corporations, preparation and administration of the county budget and preparing the annual financial report.

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