Next Council Meeting
Lexington County Administration Building is open to the Public Monday - Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Lexington County Administration offices will be closed Monday, July 4th in observance of Independence Day.
It is an honor to serve you as Lexington County Treasurer.
The Treasurer’s role includes collecting taxes and investing county funds – functions that are vital to county government operations. Our Office is also committed to protecting taxpayers, and we’re continually striving to make processes and procedures more efficient and more user-friendly. Every day, we’re working to find ways to cut expenses while improving customer services – so that you get the absolute most for your hard-earned tax dollars.
If you have any suggestions about how the Treasurer’s Office can improve performance or streamline operations, I’d like very much to hear from you. Please don’t hesitate to contact me with your ideas.
The office of the Treasurer engages in many duties, from collecting taxes and investing public funds to distributing funds to the organizations for which revenues have been collected. The Treasurer serves as the Tax Collector, Banker, Investment Agent, and Custodian for all funds received on behalf of Lexington County, school districts, municipalities, and special purpose districts.
Real Estate Taxes: Real Property tax notices are mailed to the owner of record after October 1st of the given tax year. Payment is due in full on or before January 15th of the following year. See the Real Estate Taxes page for more information.
Vehicle Taxes: All vehicles owned by South Carolina residents are subject to property taxes. Vehicle taxes must be paid prior to registering the vehicle with the S.C. Department of Motor Vehicles. See the Vehicle Taxes page for more information.