Finance Department

The City of Huron Finance Department oversees the administration and collection of taxes and licenses and the administration of ordinances and state laws applicable thereto, as well as the receipt and safekeeping of all City money, the acquisition management and disposal of real property, fiscal and property accounting, records management, financial estimating and financial planning, billing and collecting.



The City of Huron has a 1% income tax on gross wages and earnings. FILING IS MANDATORY, regardless of whether or not your employer withholds for you. Failure to file results in penalty and interest charges being assessed and/or court action. 

Regional Income Tax Agency (R.I.T.A.) 

As adopted by Huron City Council on August 10, 2010 Ordinance No. 2010-29 authorizes R.I.T.A to provide income tax processing and reconciliation for Huron City Income Tax returns.  As has been reported previously, the only change that residents will notice will be where your tax return payments are processed.  You will still be able to contact the Tax Department in the municipal building for general questions.  R.I.T.A will be able to provide assistance in preparing your City income tax return as well as offering the convenience of online filings and online payments.  Should you have any questions, please contact R.I.T.A. directly at
1-800-860-7482. Last day to file Income Tax is April 15.


Income Tax Forms  

Click here to be directed to the Regional Income Tax Agency (R.I.T.A) website.


The Finance/Tax Department processes applications, billing and questions related to Water, Trash, Recycling and Yard Waste services. 

To pay your bill online, click here.



Click the links below to view budget documents. 

2017 Adopted Budget



Catherine Ramey, Finance Director 

Phone:  419-433-5000 x3

Fax:  419-433-5120

Finance Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

An after-hours dropbox located at the municipal building at the Williams Street entrance.