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Treasurer’s State Property Database Overview
The Ohio Treasurer’s office partners with the Ohio Geographically Referenced Information Program (OGRIP) Council to maintain a database and host an interactive map available to the public of all the real property under the custody and control of the state. This online database is required by Ohio Revised Code Section 113.41. On this page, the Treasurer’s office has given the public the ability to view and search state properties through interactive maps and a searchable database.

Can the public download this online property database? Yes. In addition to being able to view the properties and maps through the Treasurer’s office online tool, the public is also able to download the state owned real property inventory database file as an Excel file, which allows for independent sorting and searching of the data.

How many state-owned properties are included in the database? There are approximately 36,000 state-owned properties included in this database. While the intent of this database is to be comprehensive, the records that are used to compile the data are provided by various different government entities throughout the state and are updated periodically. For more information on this process, view OGRIP’s State Owned Real Property Inventory description.

Does the Ohio Treasurer’s office own all of the properties displayed in this database? No. These properties are owned by the state of Ohio, and managed by various different state entities. The properties are color coded to indicate the agency believed to be responsible for oversight, such as the Department of Natural Resources (green), the Department of Transportation (blue) and the Department of Rehabilitations and Correction (orange). If you are interested in more information about these properties, the Ohio Treasurer’s office can assist in connecting constituents with contacts at the appropriate agencies to help answer any questions. For assistance, please contact: stateproperties@tos.ohio.gov or call 1-800-228-1102.

Are all of the properties listed in this database for sale? No. The Treasurer’s office database lists all state-owned real property. At this time, there is no central location displaying all state-owned properties that are available for sale. If you are interested in more information about these properties, the Ohio Treasurer’s office can assist in connecting constituents with contacts at the appropriate agencies to help answer any questions. For assistance, please contact: stateproperties@tos.ohio.gov or call 1-800-228-1102.

Can the public help identify properties that are being underutilized by the state? Yes. One of the best ways to do this is for the public share information about properties with the state. Please contact the Treasurer’s office with information about potential surplus property: stateproperties@tos.ohio.gov or call 1-800-228-1102.

DISCLAIMER: The Ohio Treasurer’s office state properties database is compiled and updated annually by the Ohio Geographically Referenced Information Program (OGRIP), and then provided to the Treasurer’s office for publication on its website as required by Ohio Revised Code Section 113.41. For more information about the data contained in the database, please see OGRIP’s State Owned Real Property Inventory description. The Ohio Treasurer of State’s office is not responsible for any incorrect information contained in the database or for any terms and conditions imposed by other governmental entities or external websites.
Pan Across the Interactive Map
1) Using your mouse, click and hold the left mouse button to drag the map in the direction you would like to go.
2) You can also use your keyboard control and arrow keys. Click with your mouse once in an area of the map that does not contain a state owned property feature. Then hold the control "Ctrl" key and use the appropriate arrow key to move the map in the direction of your selected arrow keys.

Zoom-In or Search the Interactive Map
1) With your mouse cursor hovering over the map, use the scroll wheel on your mouse to zoom in or out of the map. While hovering over the area of the map you would like to view more in depth, you can also double click on your left mouse button to zoom-in.
2) On the far right of the screen, you can also use the “Zoom-In to…” tab to search by county, zip code or city. Select what you would like to search by (county, zip code or city). Then enter the name or zip code you would like to view. In the drop down menu, you must then select your desired location to view. After clicking on the appropriate name, you must click the “SEARCH” button to zoom-in to your area of interest.
3) Also on the far right of the screen, you can use the “Address Search” tab to search by address. Enter as much information as you know about the property or area you would like to view more in depth. For best result enter the address number, street name, city and/or zip code.

If a match is found, it will return a result that says “Address Match.” If a match is found that is not believed to be exact, it will return a result that says “Street Level Match.” If the address cannot be matched, but the zip code is found, it will return a result that says "Zip Code Match". If the address and the zip code cannot be found you will receive a notification that says “No Match.”
Click on the “OK” button to zoom to the address location identified or cancel the search and enter a different address number.

Searching by Parcel ID Number from the List of Parcels
On the left side of your screen, there is a tab entitled “List of Parcels”. To search by county and parcel, select this tab and choose the county you would like to view. A list of parcel numbers and owners will populate your screen. Scroll to the appropriate county parcel ID number (PIN). The parcel number listed represents the County Auditor PIN with the three digit county code appended to the beginning. Click on the “map” link to the right of the parcel record to zoom to the approximate location on the map.

Learning More about a State Property from the Map
You can learn more about a state property by left clicking on a parcel polygon or facility point feature. The properties are usually highlighted by color code. After selecting the property, the information for the property will be listed in the information panel on the right side of your screen. Information will include owner, address, county, size and County Parcel ID Number (PIN). The PIN is linked to the relevant County Auditor’s website where further information may be available. *

*Links are provided to County Auditor's websites from the Parcel ID, however these links tend to change frequently, so please copy or make note of the parcel ID number before trying to navigate to the Auditor's website using the PID link.
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