Responsibilities of the Treasurer

The county treasurer is elected to a four-year term and serves as Miami County's Chief Investment Officer, which includes being the banker, tax collector, and safe keeper of all Public funds. Office of the Treasurer duties include but are not limited to:

  • Receiving and investing all monies collected by other county departments
  • Providing the best return on investment in accordance with the Ohio Revised Code
  • Serving as the cash manager and leader in fiscal management and accountability
  • Billing and Collection of Real Estate Property tax on a semi annual basis

Board Service

The County Treasurer serves on, but is not limited to, the following boards:

  • Investment Advisory Board
  • Board of Revision
  • Budget Commission
  • Data Processing Board
  • Micro film Board

Please use the link below to access the Miami County Auditor's Website for Parcel information: Including, but not limited to:

  • Ownership
  • Current Tax information
  • Remission of Penalty Form
  • Homestead Reduction Application
  • Property Value Revision Complaint Form

Link to County Auditor Website and Printable forms

*We make every effort to mail all the tax bills to the responsible party. It is the obligation of the tax payer to obtain the bills if not received in the mail. Failure to receive a bill does NOT excuse the responsible party from paying or relieve a taxpayer of the mandatory penalty and/or interest required by law.