Commissions and Committees:
Pamela Prodan, County Treasurer
Vickie Braley, Deputy County Treasurer, Finance Mgr.
Mailing Address: 140 Main Street, Suite 3, Farmington,Maine 04938
The Treasurer's office is located on the first floor of the Franklin County Superior Courthouse building at 140 Main Street in downtown Farmington at the corner of Main and Anson Streets. Business hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., except during holidays.
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, Title30-A, Sections 151-183.
The County Treasuers's office is responsible for the County's fiscal accounting matters, including paying bills, collecting amounts owed 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 approval of the County Commissioners, 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.