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Portage County Treasurer's Office


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Portage County Administration Building
449 S. Meridian St., 1s Floor
PO Box 1217
Ravenna, Ohio 44266-1217
Phone: 330-297-3586 Fax: 330-297-3393
*Toll Free 1-800-772-3799
For calls in Portage County from a number not local to the 296 / 297 exchange.

Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday

The Treasurer's Office operates as the BANK for County funds. The County Treasurer's major responsibility is the collection of various taxes. The two most noted and largest dollar amounts collected in taxes come from Real Property Taxes and Personal Property Taxes. 

Other taxes collected by the County Treasurer are Manufactured Home, Inheritance, Hotel/Motel and Special Assessments. To assist taxpayers, the County Treasurer offers a prepay program that enables taxpayers to divide their taxes over 10 monthly payments.  Taxpayers MUST be current to take part in this escrow prepay program.

  • Administrative Tax Collection Division

  • Delinquent Tax Collection Division

The County Treasurer is the collector and safe keeper of all taxes collected in taxing districts such as schools, cities, townships and villages. The County Treasurer must efficiently and effectively account for all monies collected in these districts in a timely manner. The faster the tax dollars can be accounted for, the faster the taxing districts can receive their income from the tax monies collected. The taxing districts operate from the dollars collected by the County Treasurer. 

The County Treasurer receives all monies collected by various other county departments for fees and keeps a record of these deposits. Daily financial statements of these deposits are prepared and submitted to the County Auditor. Monthly financial statements must be prepared and balanced with the County Auditor. Also, the County Treasurer redeems all warrants (checks) issued by the County Auditor.  Top of page

The County Treasurer is the chief investment officer for County funds. In many counties, the dollars earned from investments are a major source of revenue for the county general fund. A County Treasurer must continually monitor investments and maintain short-term investments to have enough monies readily available to pay current operating expenses from day to day.

Taxes Collected:
  • Real Estate
  • Inheritance
  • Cigarette
  • Personal Property
  • Hotel/Motel
  • Manufactured Home
  • Special Assessments
  • Cigarette License Fees
  • Vendor License Fees plus Fees, Fines and miscellaneous monies from all departments.

The Treasurer must provide financial data, investment instruments, financial forecasting and interest yield information for decision making regarding County investments. 

The Treasurer is the chief investment officer of the County's funds. The Treasurer is a member of the following Boards:

  • Board of Revision
  • Budget Commission
  • Data Processing Board
  • Investment Advisory Committee

Vicki A. Kline,
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Real Property
2013 Tax Rates
collected in 2014

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2012 Tax Rates
collected in 2013

Real Property
2011 Tax Rates
collected in 2012

Real Property
2010 Tax Rates
collected in 2011


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