The office of County Treasurer was created by the state constitution. Treasurers take office in May, are elected for four-year terms on a non-partisan ballot during November elections, and their salary is set by state statute and based on the population of the county. The full duties are listed in the North Dakota Century Code. They include receiving all incoming money, balancing accounts, collect fees and fines, invest funds to receive the best return, and provide information to lending agencies.

Mill Levy Report

2019 – 2024 Tax Statements

Tax Information and Payments

Sherry O’Toole
Walsh County Treasurer

Phone:  (701) 352-2541
Fax:  (701) 352-3340

Walsh County
Court House Building (2nd Floor)
600 Cooper Avenue
Grafton, ND 58237

Office Information
  • You are now able to pay property taxes for a fee with debit or credit card!! Click Here
  • Tax statements are usually mailed in early December, but no later than December 26th according to the NDCC.
  • Failure to receive a statement shall not relieve the owner of liability, nor extend the discount privilege past the February 15th deadline. Please call as soon as possible if you do not receive a statement.
  • If February 15th falls on President’s Day the 5% discount deadline is extended to the next business day. Postmarks are used to determine if the payment was made timely.
  • Please send your payment with your statement stub or include your fourteen digit parcel number or legal description such as lots and blocks with addition, or section, township & range.

Our mailing address is:
Walsh County Treasurer
600 Cooper Avenue
Grafton, ND 58237


  • Receipts are only mailed upon request.
  • No refund is given if an overpayment is $4.99 or less. NDCC 11-10-29
  • Please feel free to call with any questions or concerns you may have. WE ARE HERE TO HELP YOU.