Welcome

To the Wyandot County Treasurer's website. I hope you find the information helpful.
County treasurers in all of Ohio's 88 counties have traditionally served as the local tax collector.
Today's treasurer serves as the county's chief investment officer, the administrator of sophisticated delinquent tax collection programs and the keeper of property tax escrow accounts. As a result, those that hold this position must be individuals who are highly trained in investment, cash management and financial planning strategies to properly manage and safeguard local funds.

Due Dates

Due dates for the collection of the 2020 tax year payable in 2021:

1st Half..... February 19, 2021
is the last day to pay taxes for the 1st half
  • U.S. Postal Service (USPS) postmark on the due date is acceptable
  • 5% penalty on the 1st half amount effective for the first 10 business days after the due date and 10% penalty thereafter
  • 2nd Half.....July 16, 2021
    is the last day to pay taxes for the 2nd half
  • U.S. Postal Service (USPS) postmark on the due date is acceptable
  • 5% penalty on the 1st half amount effective for the first 10 business days after the due date and 10% penalty thereafter  

    There are multiple ways to pay your real estate and mobile home taxes. Payments by credit or debit card can be done through the link at the bottom of the page. Payment by check or money order may be mailed to :

    Wyandot County Treasurer
    109 S Sandusky Ave Rm 22
    Upper Sandusky, Ohio 43351

    The following financial institutions have been authorized to collect taxes for the Treasurer’s office: First Citizens National Bank in Carey & Nevada; First National Bank in Sycamore & McCutchenville; Premier Bank in Carey.

    Any questions or concerns please contact the office at 419-294-2131 or email: treasurer@co.wyandot.oh.us

    Form DTE23A: Application for Remission of Real Property and Manufactured Home Late payment penalties

    You can now pay your taxes online:  Click Here
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