Clinton County Treasurer Kyle Rudduck announced that property taxes for the second half of 2020, due no later than July 20, 2021, will be mailed.
Tax reports are delivered through the US Postal Service to property owners who are responsible for paying property taxes directly to the county. Tax invoices are printed and mailed by Smart Bill and are partially blue.
Property owners who deposit with a bank or mortgage company will not receive a tax return because these institutions are responsible for making payments to the county from their clients’ deposited funds.
Consider saving time and paying online. Online payments can be made at www.cctreasoh.com for $ 1 for e-checks regardless of the number of paid parcels and a 2.65% fee ($ 3 minimum) for credit and debit cards.
Taxpayers can also send their tax payments to 46 S. South St., Suite 205, Wilmington, OH 45177.
The second half of real estate tax payments mailed to the Clinton County Treasurer must be postmarked July 20, 2021 or earlier to ensure timely payment, Treasurer Ruddak said.
Any property owner who has not received a tax bill should call the Clinton County Treasury at 937-382-2224. Tax invoices less than 50 cents will not be issued or mailed and do not need to be paid until they exceed this limit.
Questions about appraisal, tax assessment, CAUV, or homesteads should contact the Clinton County Auditor’s Office at 937-382-2250.
The Clinton County Treasurer is available from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday.