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:
Krista Bohn is honored to serve as the Allen County Treasurer, a position she was appointed to in March of 2021.
Bohn is a lifelong Allen County resident who was born in Lima and raised in rural Allen County. Graduating with honors from Allen East and then continuing her education at the University of Northwestern Ohio, she graduated cum laude with a bachelor’s of science degree in Business Administration. Bohn served as Chief Deputy of Finance in the Treasurer’s office for the past three years prior to being appointed as Treasurer. As Chief Deputy of Finance, her duties included administering all autopay programs, daily balancing, reconciling bank activity, processing all ACH and Wire transactions, clearing warrants, receipt ledger tracking, audit controls, and supervising cashiering. Prior to her appointment, her work experience included Cashiering, Staffing Counselor, Administration, Cashier/Administrative Supervisor, and Chief Deputy of Finance.
Bohn looks forward to building on the foundation of previous Treasurers Evalyn Shaffner, Rachel Gilroy, and Jim Link alongside the capable and dedicated staff of the Treasurer’s office. Bohn will focus on building efficiencies, modernizing programs, lowering delinquency rates, and increasing interest on county investments.
Bohn is married to her high school sweetheart, her husband Andrew. They are proud to have grown up in and made Allen County their home.