WCEO Tax Map Department

Wyandot County Tax Map Department
109 S. Sandusky Ave.
Upper Sandusky, OH  43351
(419) 294-5212 Voice
(419) 209-0836 Fax

The Wyandot County Engineer's Tax Map Department is located on the first floor of the Wyandot County Courthouse.  The hours of operation are Monday through Friday 8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.

The Beta Version of the New Online Tax Map System is now online.

Please Note: The site is in a "beta format" as we continue to make tweaks to the interface and content over the next few months. Please feel free to navigate the site, run reports and gather information. You will find that the reporting features are more robust and we have included direct links to the Auditors tax data.

We will continue to add more information and functionality over the upcoming months so please bear with us as we make more improvements.

Please click below to enter the Beta Site (this link may change when the site is finalized).

Online Tax Map system Beta Site

The Tax Map Department reviews legal descriptions and surveys prepared for the purpose of transferring property within the county to make sure they meet state minimum standards and Wyandot County's standards for conveyance.  The Tax Map Department then updates appropriate tax maps for each property transfer.  The Tax Map Department also assists the public with locating property, verifying ownership, and assigns all new addresses in unincorporated areas of the county.

The Tax Map Department is responsible for providing a set of current maps to assist the County Auditor in preparing taxes. Ohio law mandates that the County Engineer create and organize the tax maps of his/her community. These tax maps must be continually updated to reflect changes in property ownership. This responsibility entails creating and maintaining a detailed inventory of every parcel of land in the county. A scale map must be drawn for every parcel of property in the county. The scale required by law is at least one inch for every quarter mile, but heavily populated areas require a greater definition in the drawings.  The County Engineer must ensure the accuracy of the property surveys as the County Auditor's office uses these detailed tax maps as its official record for property tax purposes.