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The owner occupied tax reduction is only available for residential properties. Rental properties are not eligible for the reduction. The State of Ohio reimburses schools and other agencies for this rollback. Most homeowners currently receive the credit, as indicated on their tax bills.
However, this credit is not given automatically. You must sign up to receive it. If you feel you are eligible for this credit and are not receiving it, you may call (419) 337-9200 for additional information.
To find out how to know if a device has been checked or to file a complaint with the weights and measures department follow the link below.
With the changes noted above, the TPP is no longer in effect. The only activity is the billing and collection of delinquent TPP taxes.
You can purchase a license by mail. You can also purchase a license in person at:
Auditor's Office, 152 S. Fulton Street, Suite 165 Wauseon, Ohio.
Licenses can also be purchased at the following locations:
Archbold: Savvy Dog, Fulton County Human Society
Fayette: US 20 Main Stop
Lyons: Lyons Main Stop
Wauseon: Continental Plaza Auto Wash, The PAW-FFICE
You may also purchase them online by visiting https://www.doglicenses.us/OH/Fulton/cs.php?f= .
#2602 Evergreen LSD (1.5% effective 1/1/10 for 5 years) #2603 Gorham Fayette LSD (1.0%) #2604 Pettisville LSD (1.0%) #2606 Swanton LSD (.75% effective 1/1/10 for 5 years) #2605 Pike-Delta-York LSD (1% effective 1/1/22 for 5 years) #2607 Wauseon EVSD (1.75% effective 1/1/23 for 5 years)
The Ohio Department of Taxation (ODT) can be contacted at 1-888-7-CATTAX (1-888-722-8820). ODT’s web site is www.tax.ohio.gov.
Wauseon - 419-335-1171 (1.5%) Swanton - 419-826-9515 (1.25%) Delta - 419-822-5300 (1.5%) Fayette - 419-237-2116 (1.5%) Archbold - 419-445-9501 (1.5% (1.8% effective 1/1/23)) Lyons - 419-923-2001 (1.0%) Metamora - 419-644-2051 (1.0%)
Real estate taxes are due February and July of the current year.
The tax lien date is used to reflect real estate market value each year. In Ohio, the annual tax lien date is Jan. 1, and property taxes are always paid a year in arrears. For example, taxes paid in 2023 are for tax year 2022 and were calculated based on the property's value as of Jan. 1 2022.
You select the measuring tool which looks like small ruler. Pick the point you want to measure from then double click the point you want to measure to.