The Montgomery County Land Bank
The Treasurer serves on the Board of the Montgomery County Land Bank. Their mission is to facilitate the transition of blighted, foreclosed and abandoned properties into viable, marketable properties by working collaboratively with public and private entities in a financially responsible, transparent manner with a long-term goal of returning these properties to the tax roll.
For more information on the Land Bank please click here to visit their website.
Search Unclaimed Funds
Unclaimed funds are assets in accounts or deposits that have been inactive for a long period of time, usually 5 years or more. After money sits dormant for that period of time, Ohio law requires the account holders to turn it over to the Department of Commerce. These funds are then held by the state until their rightful owners claim them.
Some typical examples of unclaimed funds include uncashed checks (including tax refunds), inactive checking or savings accounts, and forgotten rent or utility deposits.
The Ohio Department of Commerce currently holds more than 2.7 million accounts worth over $350 million. The Department maintains an easy to search list of these accounts online. Similar departments in other states also maintain this kind of information.
To see if you have any unclaimed funds, and to make claims online, use the links below:
- Ohio Unclaimed Funds List - Searchable list of unclaimed funds, maintained by the Ohio Department of Commerce.
- National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators - Search tool for unclaimed funds you may be eligible for in states outside Ohio.
Under Ohio law, the Treasurer’s office is a designated agent for voter registration. That means you can pick up and turn in your voter registration form while conducting business with our office.
Registered voters who wish to vote early by mail can request a ballot here.
You can find out whether or not you are registered to vote at the Board of Elections website.