Revenue COVID-19 Message

Dear Customers,

 For the time-being, our services will only be available on-line or by email.  We have temporarily eliminated in-person and telephone contact services because of COVID-19 concerns.  You may still obtain the most requested information and services from the Collector of Revenue, as well as the County Assessor, through the following:

You may also reach the Collector of Revenue by email at [email protected].

Visit the Recorder of Deeds home page to find out how to utilize our third party providers (additional fees will apply) for ordering a copy of your marriage license or deed or choose to download the paper form to order directly from us without additional charges.

Marriage Licenses oath-taking will temporarily be administered by appointment only from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. noon on Tuesdays and Thursdays. To make an appointment to apply for a Marriage License, please email [email protected].

Visit the Division of Licensing at to find out how to apply for many licenses via mail.

You may also email the Division of Licensing at [email protected].

Many answers to Revenue related questions can be found here, at

Many answers to Assessment-related questions can be found here, at  You may also reach the Assessor with regard to business declarations by email at [email protected].

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Department of Revenue Duties and Responsibilities
The Department of Revenue consists of three main divisions:
  • Collector of Revenue: Bills, collects and distributes personal and real estate taxes.
  • Licensing: Issues liquor, amusement, tow truck, solicitor and other miscellaneous licenses. NO auto and driver licenses, those are issued by the MO-DMV.
  • Recorder of Deeds: Records real estate deeds and plats, issues marriage licenses.

The Department of Revenue also includes the Trustee Office and the Property Owner Advocate Program, which are administered through the Director’s Office.

The mission of the Department of Revenue is to provide quality, customer-centered information and services to taxpayers, licensees and document recipients; obtaining and distributing funding to more than 200 public-serving agencies improving education, public safety, health, infrastructure and economic growth and opportunity in St. Louis County.

Quentin Wilson,
Director of Revenue