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Christina Hamill
Muskingum County Courthouse
401 Main St.
Zanesville, Ohio 43701
Bus: (740) 455-7118

Welcome to the office of the Muskingum County Treasurer.

Important Announcements
  • Real Estate First half taxes are due February 24, 2017
  • Manufactured Home First half taxes are due February 24, 2017

  • Real Estate Second half taxes are due July 14, 2017
  • Manufactured Home Second half taxes are due July 14, 2017
Online Payments
  • Payments made through this website via Point and Pay take 3 days to process. Start here.
  • Auditor and Treasurer’s Office is currently undertaking a real estate software conversion, therefore your 2nd half real estate taxes net due reflected on the Auditor’s website may be incorrect. Please contact the Treasurer’s Office at 740-455-7118 to verify the amount due prior to making any tax bill payments. Thank You!
New Payment Method
  • If you are interested in paying your FUTURE REAL ESTATE TAXES by automatic withdrawal from a checking or savings account, please follow these steps. Click on the Tax Forms tab and fill out the ACH agreement, sign, attach the information requested and mail to our office.

    This program will only be available for taxpayers that are current with their taxes and this is not for taxpayers already enrolled with their lender for escrow.

    The original agreement must be returned to our office by December 4, 2017 to participate in this program.

    If you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact Danielle at 740 455-7118 or email dmmorris@muskingumcounty.org.


The Muskingum County Treasurer serves as Muskingum County's chief investment officer, the administrator of delinquent tax collections and the keeper of the property tax escrow account. The Treasurer serves as the county banker, safe keeper of all taxes and investor of local funds.

Real Property tax is one of the oldest taxes in the State of Ohio and is also one of the most stable tax bases, the taxable value of land and buildings. Tax rates vary between tax districts depending on all levies approved either by legislative authority or by the voters in the district. Ohio law limits local government authority to assess property taxes by creating the 10 mill limitation.

Use this website to:

  • View and pay your real estate tax bill. Start here.
  • View and print official tax forms and documents. Learn more.
  • Tax Bills on a contract must pay current taxes at the Treasurer's Office

Hours of Service
8:30am - 4:30pm, Monday - Friday
Closed all Legal Holidays


Thank you for visiting our site! Please email any comments, suggestions, or other concerns to the Muskingum County Treasurer

Disclaimer: Records from the Office of the Treasurer are public information under the Ohio Public Records Law.