About the Treasurer - John B. Bond
John is a resident of Roy City where he resides with his wife, T.J. and children. His children are 6th generation Weber County citizens. His first family relatives in Weber County moved to Marriott settlement in 1863. Since that time, family members have been active in building the county through developing businesses, railroading, and as educators.
He was hired by Weber County to establish the county’s first-ever internal auditor position. He joined former county treasurer, Nila B. Dayton as her chief deputy treasurer and had responsibility for the collection and disbursement of taxpayer monies as well as managed the upgrading of the office’s accounting practices and computer programming.
In May 2009, Nila B. Dayton resigned as county treasurer due to health concerns. The Weber County Commissioners appointed John in June 2009 to fill the unexpired term of Ms. Dayton and he has been subsequently elected county treasurer.
He is a graduate of Weber State University (B.S. - Finance), Utah State University (Master -Business Administration) and is a graduate of the Advanced Government Finance Institute. He has been active in the Government Finance Officers Association (an organization of local government employees with a national membership of 17,000). He served as a national committee member of its Technology Resource Group and was a 2-year president of the 150-member Utah chapter.
He has enjoyed his involvement in the Weber County Sheriff’s - Citizen Academy, Weber State University’s Storytelling Festival and hosting foreign-exchange students through Roy High School. He was appointed in 2013 by Governor Gary Herbert to the 5-member, Money Management Council that oversees all public deposits and investments in Utah to ensure the safety of public funds. He served on the board of the Weber Human Services Foundation. He is a past-president of the Utah Association of County Treasurers and has been honored twice as ‘Utah’s Outstanding County Treasurer of the Year’.
Duties of the Treasurer
Responsibilites of the Weber County Treasurer's Office staff include:
- Bill and collect Real Property Taxes.
- Distribute taxes to Taxing Entities.
- Process refunds of overpaid property taxes.
- Publish a listing of delinquent taxes on an annual basis.
- Invest County funds.
- Receipt and deposit funds from various County departments.
The Weber County Treasurer does not:
- Levy the property tax.
- Determine the market value of property.
- Determine the tax rate(s).
- Bill or collect Personal Property Taxes.
- Make determinations regarding appeals of property values.