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Cuyahoga County Fiscal Officer, Michael W. Chambers, CPA



2021 Triennial Update

State law requires the County Auditor/Fiscal Officer to appraise every parcel fairly and uniformly every three years. The current update involves a study and analysis of sales that have taken place in the past three years to determine whether a change in market value has occurred since the last Reappraisal in 2018. It is not designed to increase taxes, but to keep property values uniform with the marketplace.

An increase in property value does not result in a comparable increase in the amount of taxes owed, thanks to House Bill 920. When property values increase, House Bill 920 kicks in to lessen the impact. For more information on HB 920 and to use the “Property Tax Estimator”, click the link below.

Residents can attend community meetings to learn about how the triennial update was conducted. Due to time constraints from COVID, the County is not able to hold informal meetings to look at values as was done previously.


Triennial Update Map   Property Tax Estimator   House Bill 920  

 

  Board of Revision   Community Meeting Schedule  
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