Your County Treasurer’s office has a staff of six full-time employees. Their responsibilities include the collection of all real estate taxes, manufactured home taxes, sewer bills, personal property taxes and estate taxes. In addition, they record all monies received by any other county offices from dog tag licenses, to lunch money from Developmental Disabilities, to immunizations from the Health Department. In addition to collecting and recording the county monies, the Treasurer is responsible for County Investments that includes a portfolio of 55 million dollars. The office maintains various accounts ranging from simple depositories to complex trust accounts that hold all the county investments. As your County Treasurer, my goal is to assist the Allen County taxpayers in the most efficient and professional environment possible according to the Ohio Revised Code.
To contact our staff, you can either e-mail or call them. To call them directly, dial (419) 228-3700 and then input the desired extension:
Evalyn Shaffner took office 6/27/2018. She brings nearly 30 years in finance and accounting experience to the Treasurer’s Office. Evalyn’s goal is to continue to expand the programs started by her predecessors. Customer service is the most important aspect of the Treasurer’s Office, and you will always find extremely competent, friendly, knowledgeable staff to help you. The treasurer and staff are working diligently with the county villages, townships, and cities in order to collect current and delinquent taxes, and continually work to improve programs dealing with abandoned parcels throughout Allen County.
Evalyn’s educational background includes:
1983 Graduate of Elida High School
Graduate of Rhodes State College with an Associate’s Degree in Accounting
Evalyn has worked in the Treasurer’s Office for four years as the Chief Deputy of Finance and in the Auditor’s Office for 6 years as a Deputy Auditor. She has also worked at the Veterans Memorial Civic and Convention Center, ArtSpace Lima, and Encore Theater in accounting and bookkeeping roles. She is also a past board member of Westside Swim and Racquet Club.
Evalyn and her husband Joe have three daughters and three grandchildren. They’ve raised their family in the Lima community for the past 30 years, where they have enjoyed eating Fat Jacks, building friendships, and working in customer service based professions. They are avid supporters of the Shawnee Indians, Ohio State Buckeyes, Cleveland Cavaliers, and the Cleveland Browns.
Evalyn’s responsibilities also include serving on the Board of Revision, the Budget Commission, the Data Board, and the Allen County Land Bank Board.
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