SUMMIT COUNTY FISCAL OFFICE Careers and Employment
Board of Revision Clerk II in Akron, OH
Processed property tax complaintsSummit County in general is ok but the Board of Revision in not a good place. They need an overhaul of personnel. The staff in that dept. was and has been their for 15 plus years and they really do not want new people in their dept. Therefore they do what ever is necessary to get your kind out of there.
Accounting Clerk in Akron, OH
Relaxed evironmentGood environment for a self starter. Generally relaxed with little high stress deadlines common elsewhere.
Management team was very supportive.
Downtown location with deck parking.
Tax Information Manager in Akron, OH
Good working experienceWorking for the County Fiscal Office was a very good experience for me. I learned about Real Estate Taxes and many other aspects of where our tax dollars are spent. I worked with the public on a daily basis, processing tax payments and helping those who could not pay. It was a good experience.
DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATION IN FINANCE DEPARTMENT in Akron, OH
PoliticalA few employees do work extremely hard and go beyond what is asked or required.
Management is driven by the political dealing and is not always the correct person.
Enjoyed talking and working with other departments to gather information needed. Learned early who I could count on and those that would need extra..
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AKRON, Ohio – Summit County real estate tax bills for the second half of 2020 are in the mail and due July 23, according to the Summit County Fiscal Office.
Tax bills can also be obtained from the fiscal office website or by calling 330-643-2588.
The fiscal office is encouraging property owners to use online and phone options to pay tax bills because the U.S. Postal Service is experiencing delays, which can impact tax bills and payments.
Military personnel and military reserve members on active duty can apply for a deferment by calling 330-643-2641 or by visiting the fiscal office website.
Property owners can choose one of the following options to pay their tax bill:
- In-person at the Summit County Fiscal Office, Treasurer Division, third floor of the Ohio Building, 175 South Main St. in Akron from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
- Online or by phone via the fiscal office website (have parcel number ready). Payments made online and by phone are processed by ACI Payments, Inc., which charges a small service fee for payments made by debit or credit card, and a $1 fee for payments made by electronic check.
- At the fiscal office drop box. The drop box is open from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday and is on the fourth Floor of the Ohio Building, located at 175 South Main St. in Akron.
- At a bank that participates in the Regional Tax Collection System. A list of banks is included on the tax bill. The bank branch must be located in Summit County.
- By mail. Payments must by postmarked by July 23 to avoid a 10 percent late payment penalty. A private meter is not valid for establishing payment date.
The Summit County Fiscal Office has several programs to help property owners who are unable to pay their bill in full or who are delinquent. To learn more, contact the fiscal office at 330-643-2588.
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New Summit County real estate tax bills are in the mail
The Summit County Fiscal Office will begin mailing real estate tax bills Thursday after adjusting property values through the 2020 reappraisal process.
The bills are due Feb. 26, regardless of whether property owners intend to contest the new values. If not paid on time, a 10% late fee will be assessed for all but active duty military.
Property owners can pay online at https://bit.ly/2M8XmKd or by phone by calling 1-800-272-9829 and entering jurisdiction code 4596 when prompted. Small fees, including $1 for e-checks, apply.
Fiscal Officer Kristen Scalise encouraged online or phone payments with the United States Postal Service behind on deliveries. Anyone mailing a check to the Summit County Fiscal Office at 175 S. Main St., Akron, OH 44308 should ensure a postmark by Feb. 26 to avoid the late fee. Payments also can be placed in a secure drop box on the fourth floor of the Ohio Building from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays.
Payment also will be accepted at any participating bank listed on the tax bill.
For questions, call the fiscal office at 330-643-2641. If you haven’t received your tax bill in the next couple weeks, call 330-643-2588 to request another copy. If unable to pay, call 330-643-2869 to apply by Feb. 26 for a payment plan. Property owners who are already behind should call 330-643-2600.
These real estate tax bill covering the first half of 2020 posted on the fiscal office’s website earlier this month. To view your bill, search your name or address at https://bit.ly/391aQRh then select “TAX BILL(PDF)” from the menu on the left. An annotated explanation of how to read the tax bill is at https://bit.ly/3sFx9U9.
Anyone who disagrees with the new value of a property can file a complaint with the Board of Revision by March 31. In February, the board will begin to schedule hearings. But the first hearing will not take place until April and the last will not be heard until after the second half 2020 bills come due later this year.
If successful in challenging a property value, property owners will receive a credit on their next tax bill. But until the hearing is concluded, the property owner must pay the tax bills to avoid penalties.
Scalise has said that the volume of complaints is expected to be higher this year as property values increased dramatically for many residents, largely due to strong home sales and the Ohio tax commissioner pushing county reapparisers to consider only 2019 sales instead of those in 2017 and 2018 when the market wasn't as hot.
Property value complaint forms, which must be signed, dated, postmarked by March 31 and mailed to the fiscal office, can be requested by phone at 330- 926-2559 or 330-643-2636, by email at [email protected] or by visiting http://FiscalOffice.summitoh.net.
Reach reporter Doug Livingston at [email protected] or 330-996-3792.
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