As of Thursday, March 19, 2020, it has become necessary to close the Franklin County Treasurer’s office to the general public. However, we strongly encourage payments be submitted by mail.
We will continue to update you for the foreseeable future as we continue to respond to the changing conditions.
In an effort to assist Franklin County Residents through the challenges of the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Franklin County Treasurer’s and Auditor’s Office have moved the due date for our 2nd half real estate property tax collection 45 days from June 22, 2020 to August 5, 2020.
County agencies are taking steps to fight the COVID-19 outbreak with a unified effort. Use the resource guide for updates from Franklin County agencies.
The Treasurer is the chief investment officer of the county responsible for the management of more than $1 billion in revenue annually. Safety, liquidity and earning a market rate of return on the county's money are primary responsibilities of the Treasurer.
Tax bill process is a long and involved process which starts with you.
Delinquent tax refers to a tax that is unpaid after the payment due date. The division's duties include the collection of delinquent taxes and working with property owners, account holders, tax lien purchasers, and other interested parties with tax related issues.
The Franklin County Treasurer's Office wants to make sure you are receiving all reductions, savings and assistance for which you may be entitled.
The Treasurer's Office invests all funds that are not immediately used to pay county expenses and manages more than $1 billion in revenue annually
You can now pay your taxes online in three simple steps.
If you have recently moved or refinanced or satisfied your mortgage, please update your infomation with us.
Get information on a Franklin County property and view your tax bill.