Holmes County Levy Data for November Ballot

Jackie McKee, Holmes County Auditor, reminds residents of a feature on the Holmes County Auditor’s website.    Property owners can visit the website at www.holmescountyauditor.org and search for their property by name, address or parcel number. Once the parcel is up, click on the tax tab.  Then click on the “View Upcoming Levies”.  Levy information for this parcel will appear.   This feature will allow voters to be informed prior to going to the polls on what the proposed issues mean to their wallets.  It will also assist taxpayers in knowing what the estimated increases will be to their upcoming tax bill due to the passage of the levies by majority of the voters.  The November 5, 2019 ballot will include the following proposed or renewing property tax levies: 

Clark Township Fire District – Replacement levy – 2 mills – Fire & EMS

Paint Township – Replacement – 2 mills – Fire & EMS 

Prairie Township – Additional – 3.75 mills – Road  

Richland Township – Renewal – 1 mill – Fire & EMS 

Ripley Township – Renewal – 2.5 mills – Road

Washington Township – Replacement – 2 mills – Road

Southeast Local School District – Renewal – 2.75 mills – Emergency

West Holmes Local School District – Renewal – 1.84 mills – Emergency

Holmes County Home – Renewal – 1.5 mills – Operation & Repairs

Village of Killbuck – Renewal – 5 mills – Current Expense 

Jackie McKee states, “Since 2008 we have posted this specific information for every levy-affected property on our website.  It is important to me to have this information available to tax payers so they can be informed on proposed and future increases to their tax bill”. 

For more information about the Holmes County Auditor’s Office Property Tax Estimator, please call 330-674-1896.  For Auditor’s Office updates please connect with us on www.holmescountyauditor.news.

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About the Author

Jackie McKee, Holmes County Auditor

Serving Since  March 1999 - Jackie graduated from Akron University/Wayne College and has 36 years of accounting experience with 30 years being governmental accounting. She is a working "hands on" auditor; personally involved with all aspects of the office.

Jackie is involved with the County Auditors Association of Ohio and is currently serving on a legislative committee. She is past President of the Northeast Auditors Association.