The Treasurer’s office is located on the first floor of the Franklin County Superior Courthouse building at 140 Main Street Suite 3 in downtown Farmington at the corner of Main and Anson Streets.
The Treasurer of Franklin County is an elected official who works part-time hours. The term of the current Treasurer, Pamela Prodan, runs from January 1, 2019, to December 31, 2022. The Treasurer’s duties are described in Maine Statute, Title 30-A, Sections 151-183.
The County Treasurer’s office is responsible for the County’s fiscal accounting matters, including paying bills, collecting amounts owed to the County, reserve/investment accounts, maintaining the County’s financial records, and other matters related to the County’s finances. The Treasurer’s office processes payroll bi-weekly.
The Treasurer appoints, with the county Commissioners’ approval, a Deputy Treasurer who oversees the day-to-day operations.
The most recent audited financial statements are available for download below, or by contacting the Treasurer’s office.