The county treasurer is an elected official. Responsibilities include tax billing, collection, and distribution of local tax money for the state, county, cities, schools, and other taxing entities within the county that levy ad valorem and/or special assessment taxes.
This also includes managing all other moneys belonging to the county and/or directed by law to be paid to the treasurer. In addition, the Treasurer serves as an agent for the State Department of Revenue / Division of Vehicles regarding the administration of the state motor vehicle title and registration laws.
Accepted Methods of Payment
Accepted methods of payment are cash, check, money order, and credit cards. A convenience fee will be charged by the credit card processing center in addition to the total of your transaction. (The county does not retain any portion of this fee.) Every measure of safety and reliability has been implemented in regards to this transaction process.
Drop Box Location
Payments made by check or money order, can be placed in our drop box that is located on the south side of the Miami County Administration Building or mailed to this office.
NEW HOURS Effective July 21, 2014
Office hours will be changing for the
Treasurer's Office (Tax, Motor Vehicle & Driver's License)