Safekeeping of public money, Ex-Officio Tax Collector, Ex-Officio Public Administrator


Treasurer: Christy Roach

Courthouse Location:

201 Industrial Ave.
Council, ID 83612

Mail To: 

Adams County Courthouse
PO Box 47
Council, ID 83612

Phone: (208) 253-4263 Ext 6
Fax: (208) 253-4368
Office Hours: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Monday – Friday


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The mission of the Adams County Treasurer’s Office is to fulfill the responsibilities set for the by the State of Idaho by providing the highest level of courteous, efficient and accurate service to all citizens and government agencies. The Adams County Treasurer’s Office dedicates itself to going above and beyond by incorporating the latest technology while operating cost effectively to benefit Adams County.

About the Treasurer:

Christy Roach was born and raised in Adams County. She enjoys the natural beauty and endless recreational opportunities of the area. Christy has fifteen years work experience in the Treasurer’s Office, she was appointed to her current position in May 2012, elected to office in November 2014 and re-elected in November 2018. Along the way, she has become certified by the Idaho Association of Counties as a Finance Official and later recognized as a Certified Finance Professional for the amount of hours of education she has acquired specifically for her position as the County Treasurer. Outside work, Christy is married and has two grown children, one in college and one a high school English teacher. She has been a longtime supporter of the local schools, particularly the sports programs, through her involvement with the Booster Club and other athletic groups. Christy also greatly enjoys being involved in other aspects of the community, playing an active role in many local programs and volunteering wherever needed.

Excess Tax Deed Funds

Idaho Code 31-808 was amended by 2016 Senate Bill 1347a to permit the County, after payment of party of interest claims, to transfer excess proceeds resulting from the sale of a tax-deeded property to the State Treasurer to be claimed and distributed as unclaimed property. The County will no longer hold any excess funds from a tax deed sale.