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Ashland County, Ohio sales tax rate

The minimum combined 2021 sales tax rate for Ashland County, Ohio is . This is the total of state and county sales tax rates. The Ohio state sales tax rate is currently %. The Ashland County sales tax rate is %.

The 2018 United States Supreme Court decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. has impacted many state nexus laws and sales tax collection requirements. To review the rules in Ohio, visit our state-by-state guide.

Automating sales tax compliance can help your business keep compliant with changing sales tax laws. AvaTax delivers real-time sales tax rates and uses advanced technology to map rates to exact address locations, based on the latest jurisdiction requirements.

NOTE: The outbreak of COVID-19 (caused by the coronavirus) may have impacted sales tax filing due dates in Ashland County. Please consult your local tax authority for specific details. For more information, visit our ongoing coverage of the virus and its impact on sales tax compliance.



Personal Property

Personal Property taxes are due in full by January 31. Tax payment must be received on or before 5 working days after January 31st, otherwise they are deemed delinquent. Delinquent Personal Property taxes are subject to interest and are paid to the City Treasurer. Before submitting payment, please call 715-682-7056 to confirm the total amount due.

Real Estate

Real Estate taxes can be paid in full by January 31 or paid in two installments. The first installment is due by January 31, and paid to the City of Ashland. Tax payment must be received on or before 5 working days after January 31, or the taxes are deemed delinquent. After January 31, taxes are due to Ashland County. Real Estate Tax bills and receipts can be accessed online at the Ashland County, WI Geographic Information Web Server. Please allow 3-5 business days for processing. 

Payment Options

  • Payment in Person will be accepted BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Please call 715-685-1605 to schedule an appointment with the Treasurer. Masks will be required.
    • City of Ashland Treasurer’s office- first floor
      601 Main Street W
      Ashland, WI 54806
    • Office hours are Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., excluding holidays.
  • Payment by Mail: Please make check payable to “Ashland City Treasurer”
    • City of Ashland Treasurer’s Office
      601 Main Street W
      Ashland, WI 54806
  • Drop Box or Mail Slot at City Hall are secured 24/7 with video surveillance and are checked periodically during regular business hours.
    • 601 Main Street W
      Ashland, WI 54806

Escrow checks will need all parties to sign the check in order to be accepted.


Receipts will be printed for those paying in person, mailed to those enclosing a self- addressed stamped envelope, or by printing them off at from the Ashland County, WI Geographic Information Web Server.

Online Payments

Ashland taxpayers have the capability to safely and securely make online payment for their taxes using Payment Services Network, INC (PSN). Payments can either be debited to a bank account, charged with a debit or credit card.

Tax bills can be paid at payment service network. Or call 866-917-7368 option 1 and have your bill handy with your parcel number. Tax receipts will be available online after payment is confirmed at our tax website.

Note: PSN processing fees apply and will be charged at time of payment.

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Assessment Information

Property assessments are made by a municipality’s assessor and are determined by a number of factors including, but not limited to: sale price, improvements, property classification, property location, and property use. The county Real Property Lister keeps record of all assessments within the county, but has no involvement in the determination of assessed value.

Assessment information for properties in Ashland County can be found online in the Land Records Search portal, the Ashland County GIS Website, or by calling our office.

If you wish to appeal your property’s assessment, please call the Assessor for the municipality the parcel is located in. Click the PDF below for a list of assessors by municipality.

For more information on Property Assessments and Appeals, please read the Property Assessment Appeal Guide for Wisconsin Real Property Owners.

Other resources on property assessment and property tax can be found on the Department of Revenue website.

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Office Duties and Services
Receiving all monies from all sources belonging to the County, such as real estate taxes, state and federal aids, grants and fees for services provided. The Treasurer’s office pays out all monies belonging to the County on the order of the County Board, including disbursement for all expenses incurred, debt payment and County Payroll.

  • Receipt for deposit all monies, keeping a daily balance of the bank account.
  • Reconcile bank statement monthly.
  • Maintain records of Revolving Loan Funds.
  • Invest excess funds so that they will earn the highest interest without risk.
  • Maintain a record of all paid and delinquent taxes.
  • Issue copies upon request.
  • Assist municipal treasurers with their role in tax collecting and with their January and February settlements.
  • Prepare and mail delinquent tax notices.
  • Prepare and mail a reminder notice of postponed taxes due.
  • Print a yearly delinquent tax report for audit.
  • Maintain a current lottery credit file of eligible home owners.
  • Administer the Ag-Use Penalty as outlined by State Statutes.
  • Settle with all taxing jurisdictions in August for all taxes collected and uncollected.
  • Calculate, print and publish a yearly tax deed notice of unpaid taxes that can be taken by tax deed.
  • Prepare and issue tax certificates for sales book on September 1st of each year.
  • Prepare and balance monthly reports from Register of Deeds, Register of Probate and Clerk of Courts.
  • Prepare and publish a report of unclaimed funds.
  • Sell dog and kennel tags for the County dogs.
  • Prepare and adhere to my yearly budget.

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Town of Ashland residents are subject to both the town's and Hanover County taxes. All real and personal property assessments are provided by Hanover County. Based upon county assessments the town bills and collects taxes for Ashland residents.

Town of Ashland businesses are subject to real property, personal property, a machinery and tools property tax, meals tax, and transient occupancy tax if applicable. These taxes are remitted directly to the town. Sales tax is remitted to the state.

Current Tax Rates

  • Business License (BPOL) - $0.07 / $100 of gross receipts
  • Cigarette Tax - $0.22 / pack
  • Hotel / Motel Tax - 8%
  • Machinery & Tools Tax - $0.77 / $100 of assessed value
  • Meals Tax - 6%
  • Mobile Home Property Tax - $0.07 / $100 of assessed value
  • Personal Property - $0.77 / $100 of assessed value
  • Real Estate - $0.10 / $100 of assessed value
  • Sales Tax - 6.0% (5.3% State, 0.7% CVTA)
  • Vehicle License - $25 for cars and trucks, $15 for motorcycles
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