The in-person and informal property review and document submission periods are now closed. If you have additional questions, please call (614) 525-HOME, or send an email.

Your home is your biggest investment.

We are here to help you protect it.

The Franklin County Auditor's office is responsible for appraising properties in Franklin County. This protects our homeowners and economy by ensuring that property values remain aligned with current market trends. The Office does full appraisals every 6 years and an update at the midpoint between those appraisals. We call this midpoint check the Triennial Update and it's happening in 2020. The Franklin County Auditor's office is here to serve you. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact me at (614) 525-HOME or at AuditorStinziano@franklincountyohio.gov.

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# 1

Tentative Values Mailed
to All Property Owners

The tentative value of your property will be mailed in early August. If you are satisfied that the value is accurate, NO ACTION IS NEEDED. If you disagree you should take part in an informal review session.

# 2

Your Role in the Process

Speak with an appraiser to discuss your property value. In the interest of public safety we are conducting the majority of this year's review sessions virtually. In-person meetings will also be available at one of our satellite locations.

# 3

Final Value Letters Mailed To Participants Of The Informal Process

If you still disagree with your property value, you may file a complaint with the Franklin County Board of Revision by March 31, 2021.

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Important Dates

Aug. 21 Tentative Value Letters Mailed
Aug. 24 Scheduling Opens
Sept. 1 In-Person Informals Begin
Sept. 8 Virtual Informals Begin
Oct. 2 In-Person Informals End
Oct. 3 Virtual Informals End
Oct. 9 Deadline to Submit Documents for Review
*Dec. Final Values Determined
Mar. 31, 2021 Board of Revision Deadline
* Final values are determined by the Ohio Department of Taxation and per Ohio Revised Code, must be determined by the end of the calendar year.