The Fulton County Treasurer's Office is located in the Administration Building on the 1st floor. Enter the building at the west parking lot doors, we are next to the BMV office.

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Tax bills are mailed in January and June. The 1st half 2022 Real Estate taxes are due by February 6, 2023; the 2nd half 2022 Real Estate taxes will be due on July 20, 2023. Taxes paid within 10 days of the due date are subject to a 5% penalty. Taxes paid after 10 days are subject to a 10% penalty.

For your convenience, there are multiple ways to pay Real Estate and Mobile Home taxes:

  • Online at Fulton County Treasurer Payments 
    • We accept e-check, debit card, and credit card payments
      • Debit/Credit card fee: 2.5% ($2 minimum)
      • Electronic check or savings account $1.00 per transaction
      • The Treasurer's Office does not profit from these fees; they are charged by our processing vendor
  • By phone 1-419-500-4920
  • Automatic withdrawal on a monthly or bi-weekly basis. Please stop by the office to ask questions and start this program
  • Drop box located at the west entrance of the Administrative Building
  • Mail a personal check or money order. If you would like a receipt, please include a self-addressed stamped envelope. Payments made by mail must be post marked by the due date.

Failure to receive a tax bill does not prevent penalty or interest.

Please contact the office if you don't receive a bill. Mortgage Escrow billings were sent directly to the mortgage company.

If you would like to receive email and/or text notifications when taxes are due, sign up under the Notify Me section of the website. Alerts will be sent out one month and also two weeks prior to the deadline.

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The responsibilities of the Treasurer's Office include the collection of all real estate property tax, manufactured home tax, personal property tax, and estate tax. In addition, all monies collected throughout the various county departments are processed through the Treasurer's Office. The fees for vendors and cigarette licenses are also collected in the office.

The Treasurer is responsible for the County Investment Portfolio, which is made up of several investments that total approximately $35 million. It is the Treasurer's responsibility to ensure that all public funds are invested with absolute safety and security. The funds are to be invested in instruments according to the Ohio Revised Code Section 135.35. All funds are managed to provide the necessary liquidity to accommodate the county's financial obligations.

Based on property values and voted tax rates, the Auditor calculates the taxes due. The Treasurer then prepares the tax bills and accepts and records payments made.

The names of delinquent taxpayers are published by the Auditor in the newspaper, as required by law. The Treasurer is responsible for the collection of delinquent taxes, and works with taxpayers who do not pay their taxes in a timely manner. Payment plans are offered based on the taxpayer's situation. If necessary, the Treasurer works with the Prosecutor to collect taxes through legal action.