Michael T. Skinner

Deputy Treasurer
Tony Perez-Silva

Senior Customer Service Clerk
Cynthia Fizzarotti

Customer Service Clerk
Elicia Mouzan

Customer Service Clerk
Mary Darien

PO Box 722 Ridgeland SC 29936
358 Third Avenue Ridgeland, SC 29936
Phone: (843) 717-3601 Fax: (843) 726-7795
Window Hours: Monday - Friday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Lobby Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Department Functions

The Treasurer serves as the custodian for funds of most county departments. Theses departments deposit their funds with the treasurer who invests these monies, along with tax collections, to generate additional revenues for the county in the form of interest earnings.

The Treasurers' Office collects real, personal, motor vehicle and other taxes and oversees their disbursement to county government, municipalities, schools and maintains records of all revenues collected.

This office provides notification of taxes due for taxpayers, generates refund checks to taxpayers overpayments, acts as paying agent for bond and other debt issues for the county and special districts, collects fees on behalf of the State, pays over to State agencies and provides information to the public and legal professionals.

While our most important responsibility is customer service and public relations with the citizens of Jasper County, Have you ever wondered what what we really do!

Jasper County is located near the coast of the South Carolina, and has a population of approximately 28,791. Jasper County's seat is Ridgeland, and the largest community is Hardeeville.

The County's mission is to provide efficient government services and manage growth while protecting Jasper County's rich environmental heritage and quality of life.
The county has a total of 27 County departments and offices that work together to serve Jasper County residents.
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If you receive a tax notice for a vehicle you no longer own, or have a question concerning your bill, you will need to contact the Auditor's Office.

If you have a question concerning your real property (home/land), you will need contact the Assessor's Office.

If you have a question concerning you past due taxes, you will need to contact the Tax Collector's Office.