Your Taxes

Payment Methods


Mail


Please mail your tax stub along with your check made payable to Greene County Treasurer. Envelope MUST be postmarked with the USPS postmark (not a private meter) by the last day of collection (due date) or a penalty will be applied. Mail to:
15 Greene St.
Xenia, OH 45385

In-Person


The Greene County Treasurer’s Office is located at:
15 Greene St.
Xenia, OH 45385

Drop Box


Located curbside at 15 Greene Street, Xenia in front of the Treasurer's Office. Check payments can be made using the drop box anytime day or night. The drop box can be accessed by pulling up to the curb and dropping your payment inside the locked drop box. The tax payment drop box will be available during tax collection periods.

Online

Greene County property owners can pay their tax bills online using NIC online payment services. There will be a convenience fee for this service that you will see before you submit your payment. The convenience fee is paid to NIC Services, not the Greene County Treasurer, and is as follows:
  • Debit or Credit Card - 2.2% of the amount plus $1.00
  • eCheck - fee of $1.00

For Real Estate Taxes due on or before July 19, 2019


The Greene County Treasurer and Beavercreek Community Library have partnered to increase the convenience of paying real estate taxes for victims of the recent tornadoes. 2018 second half real estate taxes must be received or postmarked by July 19, 2019 to avoid penalties.

“Partnering with the library as a central location for people to drop off payments seemed like a natural thing to do to provide a convenient, safe place with extended hours,” says Greene County Treasurer Kraig A. Hagler. 

Library personnel agreed to place a locked payment box at their front desk.  Additionally, Hagler will be available to provide one-on-one consultation with taxpayers on Wednesday July 10th and 17th from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. in the library’s media room.

Hagler also reminds residents that they can apply with the auditor’s office for a deduction in this year’s value due to the devastation, which may result in a reduction in next year’s taxes.  Forms are available at the library or by going online at the Greene County website  and searching “destroyed property.”
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    Greene County Real Estate Taxes for the 2nd Half of 2018 are due by Friday, July 19, 2019. Tax bills will be mailed by June 24th, 2019. Read on...
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    The Greene County Treasurer & Beavercreek Community Library have partnered to increase the convenience of paying real estate taxes for victims of the recent tornadoes. Read on...
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