Administrative Alert: 1st half 2018 pay 2019 Real Estate Taxes are due February 8th, 2019. 2nd half will be due July 12th, 2019. [x]
Morrow County

Patricia K. Davies

Morrow County Auditor


Morrow County Auditor
48 E High St Room 7
Mt Gilead, OH 43338


(419) 946-4060
Fax: (419) 946-6713
Hours: Mon-Fri, 8:00AM-4:00PM,
Auditor Davies



Weather-damaged properties could be eligible for tax relief

If you are the owner of a home or business that has been damaged by recent flooding or storms, you may be eligible to receive a reduction on your annual real estate tax bill.

Morrow County Auditor Patricia Davies confirmed that state law authorizes County Auditors to reduce real estate values for properties that have been damaged or destroyed. A substantial reduction in property value may result in lower real estate taxes for the property until it has been essentially restored to its prior condition or value.

Property value reductions can be applied to real property applies to both residential and commercial properties and includes manufactured homes.

Personal property such as furniture and other personal belongings that have been destroyed are not included.

“We would like to hear from citizens who have suffered structural damage to their property,” said Auditor Davies, “so that we may update our information and allow them to take advantage of value relief.”

The application deadline for damage occurring this year is in most cases December 31, 2019.

Applications for a property value reduction and additional information are available on the County Auditor's web site at:

Property owners can also get additional information by calling the Morrow County Auditor's Office at 419-946-4060.

2018 payable 2019 TAX Bills:

If you notice a change in your tax bill, see below notable changes by taxing Districts:

  • County Wide – 911 Special Assessment increased from $25.00 per year to $50.00 per year
  • Buckeye Valley School – Bonds increased by 2.10 mills
  • Fredericktown Local School District – Bonds decreased by .29 mills
  • River Valley School District – Bonds decreased by .52 mills
  • Lexington School District – 8.6 mills passed but not assessed per the School District Request
  • Franklin township – 0.50 fire levy came off
  • Edison Corp – 1 Mill current expense replacement
  • Chesterville Corp – 3 Mill replacement

*A Replacement levies act like a new levy.

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