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The Commissioners' Office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, except for legal holidays.
You can find it on your tax bill or receipt, or you can go to the auditor's website to find it.
Some of the issues and the office(s) to contact are listed on this page.
Follow this link to Book an Appointment with our Clinic.
Corporation Service Company (CSC) (866) 652-0111 www.erecording.com
eRecording Partners Network (ePN) (888) 325-3365 www.GOePN.com
Simplifile (800) 460-5657 (Unable to record deeds)
1st half tax bills were mailed January 30, 2023; 2nd half tax bills TBA.
1st half - March 10, 2023
2nd half - August 11, 2023
Yes, we accept credit/debit cards in our office and online
If you pay in our office, a $2.00 flat fee is charged to pay taxes with debit card transactions. Credit card transactions are charged a convenience fee of 2.75% of the total amount due.
Online Payments - Credit and debit cards are charged a 2.4% convenience fee with a $2.00 minimum charge. Credit/debit card limit is $250,000.00 with no minimum. No more than 100 parcels at one time. If an email address is provided you will receive a receipt.
Every effort is made to see that you receive your tax bills. Tax bills are mailed to the last known mailing address provided to the Treasurer the last week in January and June. If you do not receive your bill by the middle of February or the middle of July, it is your responsibility to contact our office at 740-373-6623 opt 3 opt 2. Also, a notice will appear in the local paper prior to the due date. Therefore, if you have moved, if your mortgage is paid in full or if your mortgage is sold to another mortgage company, it is the property owner's responsibility under the Ohio Revised Code to contact the Treasurer’s office to advise them of the change in your mailing address to ensure you receive your tax bill.
Even if you did not receive your bill, Section 323.13 of the Ohio Revised Code states that the property owner is responsible for payments (plus any penalties and interest). Failure to receive a bill does not excuse you from paying any penalties or interest. Please contact us if you did not receive your bill or if you have any indication that your tax bill may have been misdirected.