Harrison County, Ohio

Treasurer Payment Due Dates

Bills should be received in the mail within the next two weeks. Due dates for the taxes are as follows: first half February 28, 2023 and second half July 31, 2023. Payments are currently being collected in office, via mail or through a new payment option.


An additional safe and secure way for tax payers to view and pay their real estate tax bills is now available by visiting https://harrisoncountyohio.smartpayworks.com or by calling 740-668-1254. A fee is associated with either method.  Tax payer may also choose to go paperless for their next bill at the same website.

Payment Due Dates:

 First Half:  February 28, 2023
 Second Half:  July 31, 2023

Penalty & Interest Dates:

Feb. 28, 2023    - Last day to pay 1st half taxes without penalty.
 Mar  06, 2023    - 5% of the unpaid 1st half taxes will be added as penalty.
 Mar  20, 2023    - 10% of the unpaid 1st half taxes will be added as penalty.
 July 31, 2023     - Last day to pay 2nd half taxes without penalty.
 Aug 7, 2023    - 5% of the total unpaid 2023 tax will be added as penalty.
 Aug 21, 2023    - 10% of the total unpaid 2023 tax bill will be added as penalty.
 Aug 22, 2023    - 2.00% of the unpaid prior years' delinquency will be added as interest.
 Dec 02, 2023    - 1.00% of the total unpaid balance will be added as interest.

Online Payments:


Pay by Phone:

Call - 740-668-1254

Mail Payments:

Please mail your payments early!  Closing date postmarks will be accepted but it is your responsibility to make sure that your payment has an acceptable postmark.

Mailing addresses:

  •  Regular Mail:  100 West Market St Cadiz,   Oh  43907.
  •  Overnight Mail:  100 West Market St Cadiz,   Oh  43907.
  •  Please Examine Your Bills: 
     Please return bills wrongfully sent and provide us with correct names and addresses.  Failure to receive a bill does not excuse failure or delay in payment of your taxes.

Escrow Program:

If you are interested in paying your taxes by the month and  wish to discuss these options, please contact our office.

Delinquent Payment Plan:

We are able to offer plans to help with the payment of your delinquent taxes. If you wish to discuss these options, please contact our office.

Senior Citizens:

Applications for this exemption can be obtained from the County Auditor's office.  You may qualify for the Homestead Exemption if:
 1. You are 65 or older or are permanently disabled.  Based on 31,500 a year income
 2. You are a surviving spouse between 59 and 64 whose property was already receiving the exemption.
 3. You own and live in the residence receiving the exemption.
 4. Make application for exemption by the 1st Monday in June.

Valuation complaints:

According the Ohio Revised Code Section 323.13, complaints must be filed before April 1st with the County Auditor.

Questions about Valuations:

Call the Harrison County Auditor at 740-942-8861

Questions about Payment of Tax:

Call the Harrison County Treasurer at 740-942-8864
 Make checks payable to:  Harrison County Treasurer.

Office Hours:

8:30a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.  The Treasurer's Office is located on the Main Floor in the Courthouse

Penalties for Partial Payment

If the amount of the tax bill is not paid or, if mailed, is not postmarked with Post Office cancellation on or before the due date, a penalty and possible interest will be added to the amount due pursuant to Ohio Revised Code 323.123

The Treasurer's Office makes every effort to mail all tax bills to the party responsible for payment.  It is the obligation of the taxpayer to obtain the property bill(s) if not received in the mail.  Failure to receive a tax bill does not excuse your failure to pay, nor does it relieve a taxpayer of the mandatory penalty and/or interest imposed by law.

Address Changes

Please notify the Treasurer's Office of any change in mailing address.
 There is a space provided for this purpose on your return envelope;

Important Reminders

Remember to read the important information on the reverse side of your tax bill.
 Monthly payments can be made on current taxes by pre-paying the amount before it is due.