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The County Treasurers of Ohio is an organization established in 1924 with the objectives of exchanging experiences and ideas with all county treasurers of the state of Ohio, promoting and assisting in the enactment of legislation for the better administration of Treasurers offices in the state, cultivating friendship among Treasurers and Deputies of offices across the state; and elevating and improving the intellectual, social and economic conditions of all employees of Treasurers offices throughout the state.

The Association’s goals are to:

  • Promote and protect the interest of taxpayers
  • Introduce and promote legislation for the benefit of all Ohio residents
  • Prepare and assist in the enactment of legislation for the better administration of treasurers offices in the State
  • Provide and promote professional education for our members
  • Share solutions to problems through networking

Meetings & Events

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May 14-16, 2018

Spring Conference

Columbus Marriott Northwest

Join us for the CTAO Spring Conference. We'll offer credit hours for both Auditor of State and Treasurer of State, plus plenty of networking opportunities with friends and colleagues.

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Latest News

11/16/2017

Susan Dunn Named CTAO Treasurer of the Year

Susan Dunn of Fayette County has been named the County Treasurers Association of Ohio's Treasurer of the Year.


11/12/2017

Land banks take on more properties in Columbus and around Ohio

Columbus has more distressed properties in its land bank than ever, and officials plan to sell more in the upcoming years for rehabilitation.


10/23/2017

County Treasurer Warns of Scam

Montgomery County Treasurer Carolyn Rice shares her experience of a recent scam attempt.