Brown County Treasurer | Brown County, Ohio

Payment Due Dates:

Real Estate Tax – First Half: February 07, 2024

                              Second Half: July 03, 2024

Manufactured Home Tax – First Half: March 01, 2024

                                               Second Half: July 31, 2024

Treasurer's Office Location:
Brown County Administration Building
800 Mt. Orab Pike Suite 171
Georgetown, Ohio 45121

Hours of Operation Monday-Friday 8 AM – 4 PM

Payments can be made in office using a cash, check, or money order only. 

In addition, the office offers access to a public computer for making online payments via point and pay. A third-party processing fee of $1.50 for electronic check, 1% for debit card payments, and 2.45% for credit card payments is charged.

For your convenience a drop box is located on the front of the building. Please only deposit payments in the form of check or money order being sure to list the parcel(s) or account number(s) you would like your payment applied to. Payments MUST be in the drop box by 4pm on the due date specified on the tax bill to be accepted as a timely payment.

Regional Bank Locations for Payment of Real Estate Tax Only:  

First State Bank – Fayetteville, Georgetown, Mt. Orab, and Ripley

Merchants National Bank – Georgetown and Mt. Orab

Current real estate tax bills must be presented at local banks. Payments made must be for the billed amount only. Partial payments are not accepted at local bank locations.

Payments at local banks are accepted until close of business on the due date. (Based on each locations hours of operation.) 
Mail Payments:
Please mail your payments early. Federal postmarks will be accepted but it is your responsibility to make sure that your payment has an acceptable dated postmark. 
Please Examine Your Bills:
Any bills received in error should be returned to the county.  Failure to receive a bill does not excuse failure or delay in payment of your taxes.
Tax Installment Payment Plan:
If you are interested in paying your taxes by the month, please contact the Treasurer's office. 
Delinquent Payment Plan:
We are able to offer plans to help with the payment of your delinquent taxes.  If you have questions, please contact the Treasurer's office. 

Owner Occupancy:

You may receive a credit on your primary residence. For more information, please contact the Brown County Auditor’s Office.

Homestead Exemption:


You are 65 or older or are permanently disabled.

You are a surviving spouse between 59 and 64 whose property was already receiving the exemption.

You own and live in the residence receiving the exemption.

Meet current income guidelines.

For more information, please contact the Brown County Auditor's Office.

Valuation complaints:
Complaints must be filed with the Brown County Auditor's office. Call the County Auditor with questions or complaints on Valuation.
Questions about Valuations:
Call the Brown County Auditor at 937-378-6398

Brown County Treasurer - Connie Patrick