A county-wide elected office with a four-year term, the Collector’s position is held by Doris J. Keilholz. Chief Deputy Collector position is held by Tammy Kennedy.
The Osage County Collector of Revenue is the elected official responsible for collecting current and delinquent property taxes for the county and various political subdivisions within the county which have authorized property tax levies.
The collector is responsible for the accounting and distribution of collections to 29 different taxing entities such as schools, library, state, handicapped, fire districts, ambulance districts, road districts, and cities. The collector also collects Merchant License fees, PILT, A-1 Levee District, Forest Crop Land, and Railroad and Utility Taxes.
By law, the collector must use any legal means to collect delinquent taxes. The collector’s office provides services relating to processing tax payments from escrowed accounts held by mortgage holders on behalf of real estate owners. Primary tax records are maintained and held for public use within the collector’s office.
Osage County Collector of Revenue
205 E. Main Street
P.O. Box 616
Linn, Missouri 65051
Office hours: Monday -Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
MO Department of Revenue
Renew License Plates on Line
Application for Property Tax Credit
Sales Tax Calculator
Pay Taxes Online