Real Estate Tax
The money collected from real estate taxes helps fund local government including schools, townships, and the county. Your tax bill is based on the tax rate multiplied by your property valuation.
DUE DATES: The County Treasurer collects real estate taxes for the previous year during the current year. This is also known as arrears. Semi-annual taxes are typically due in February and August.
Payments must be received in the Treasurer's office, or contain a U.S. postal service postmark, by the due date reflected on the semi-annual tax bill. Per section 323.12(B) of the Ohio Revised Code, a private meter postmark on an envelope is not a valid postmark for purposes of establishing the date of payment.
PROPERTY SEARCH AND/OR VIEW YOUR TAX BILL ONLINE
: To conduct a property record search and/or view your tax bill online, please click here
. For detailed information such as sales data and value history, please visit the County Auditor's website
FORECLOSURE: Per section 323.25 of the Ohio Revised Code, if the taxes are not paid within one year from the date they are due, the property is subject to foreclosure for tax delinquency. If you have any questions, please contact our Delinquent Tax Division by calling (513) 785-6759.
PAYMENT PLAN FOR PAST DUE TAXES
: For information on a payment plan for past due taxes, please click here
or contact our Delinquent Tax Division by calling (513) 785-6759.
Escrow allows you to make monthly prepayments on your semi-annual tax amount. The money that you pay will be held in an escrow account in your name and will be applied to your semi-annual tax bill when it comes due. To sign up for escrow, please click here
. You may also contact our office by calling (513) 887-3181.