Tax Levy Implications for 2020 Primary Election Now Available on Hamilton County Auditor Website

Posted on: January 31st, 2020 by Andrew Clark No Comments

Tax Levy Implications for 2020 Primary Election Now Available on Hamilton County Auditor Website

Hamilton County property owners will again be able to see what they will pay in taxes if proposed levies on the Primary Election ballot on Tuesday, March 17 in their communities are passed.

Specific information on the soon-to-be-voted-upon levies can be found on the website www.hamiltoncountyauditor.org.

By accessing an individual main property page, Homeowners can go to the Levy Information Tab to see the effect of new levies based on their property’s current value.

Property Tax Issues on the 2020 Primary Election Ballot

Loveland City Schools:  Additional 6.95 mill new levy for current expenses.  If passed, the levy would cost the owner of a $100,000 house an additional $243.25/year.

Symmes Township:  0.9 mill seven-year levy renewal for road & bridge maintenance.

Symmes Township:  4.1 mill five-year levy renewal & increase for safety services.

Winton Woods Schools:  Additional 6.95 mill continual tax levy for current operating expenses. If passed, this levy would cost the owner of a $100,000 house an additional $243.25/year.

Provided as a Government Affairs service of the Cincinnati Area Board of REALTORS®.