Clerk / Auditor's Office



Our office is committed to courteous, efficient and effective customer service to all who need the various services the Clerk/Auditor's Office provides. We work together to provide professional service and accurate information.


Clerk Department Duties

The County Clerk’s general duties are to conduct Countywide elections, issue marriage licenses, and issue business licenses for the unincorporated county.  Prepare and retain all County Council minutes, retain agendas, contracts, resolutions and ordinances for the County.


  • Business License (CCC 5.04.080)
  • Marriage License (UCA 17-20-1.7)
    • Issue Marriage Licenses
    • Review Marriage License Applications for compliance with current laws
    • Retain Marriage Records for Cache County
  • Primary and General Elections (UCA 20A)
  • Clerk to Cache County Council (UCA 17-20-1.7)
    • Council Minutes - Prepare and retain all minutes of the Cache County Council
    • Retain Agendas
  • County Record Keeper (UCA 17-20-1.7)
    • Records Custody and Management
    • Maintain all Contracts and Agreements, Resolutions, and Ordinances records
    • Receive and retain files of Notices of Legal Action and other official documents for the county


Auditor Department Duties:

The Auditor’s general duties include accounting and auditing services per UCA 17-19a-202. However, in accordance with 17-19a-203, the Cache County executive has designated the budget officer to be the director of finance; therefore, we direct any accounting questions to the finance department at 755-1700.


The Auditor is granted investigative powers under UCA 17-19a-401, and is authorized by 17-19a-204 to conduct discretionary financial audits within any area of county government. Performance audits may be conducted in coordination with the council. The Auditor's office also maintains, archives and disposes of financial records per 17-19a-207. 


In addition, the Auditor's office provides core property tax administration services for Cache County.   These functions are required by law and include but are not limited to:

  • Board of Equalization - property appeals 
  • Notifications to tax payers of property values and proposed tax increases
  • Redevelopment tracking and reporting
  • Tax charging and balancing
  • Tax rate setting  with the state and local taxing entities
  • Tax Relief
  • Tax Sale
  • Value reporting to the state




2020 Holiday Schedule

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New Year's Day Wednesday January 1
Dr. Martin Luther King Day Monday January 20
Presidents' Day Monday February 17
Memorial Day Monday May 25
Independence Day Friday July 3
Pioneer Day Friday July 24
Labor Day Monday September 7
Columbus Day Monday October 12
Veterans Day Wednesday November 11
Thanksgiving Day Thursday November 26
Personal Preference Day Friday November 27
Christmas Eve Thursday December 24
Christmas Day Friday December 25

2021 Holiday Schedule

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