During these unprecedented times, our goal is to continue to serve Boone County taxpayers by providing essential services. However, will we be doing so with minimal staffing and modifications to normal business operations.

We encourage taxpayers to call or email the Collector’s office with questions or concerns. Paid property tax receipts and statements of non-assessments can be emailed. Most local vehicle licensing offices will accept these electronic copies. In addition, paid property tax records are provided weekly to the DOR for online licensing renewals or in-person visits to local license offices.

If you need to make a payment we request that payments be mailed, placed in our drop box at the Government Center entrance at the corner of 9th and Ash St., made online or over the phone by calling 1-877-690-3729.

Thank you in advance for your understanding and patience.

– The Staff of the Boone County Collector’s Office

Brian McCollum - Boone County Collector

The Boone County Collector of Revenue is responsible for collecting, accounting for and disbursing upwards of $200 million annually in current and delinquent property taxes for the various political subdivisions (taxing entities) within the county having voter-authorized property tax levies. Liquor, auctioneer, and merchant license fees, as well as food establishment permits are paid to the collector's office. Special assessments such as Neighborhood Improvement Districts, Community Improvement Districts and county nuisance abatements are remitted to the collector's office. The collector's office provides services relating to processing tax payments from escrow accounts held by mortgage holders on behalf of real estate owners.

Brian McCollum was elected on November 4, 2014, and sworn in on March 1, 2015. Prior to his election as Boone County Collector, Brian served as the accountant in the Collector's office. He received a Master of Accountancy from the University of Missouri - Columbia; and, a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Truman State University in Kirksville, Missouri.  Collector McCollum currently serves as the 2nd Vice President for the Missouri County Collector's Association.