Ohio Law maintains that all dogs more than three months of age be licensed each year no later than January 31.   The fee is $15.00 per dog.   To protect customers and employees with the least amount of contact as possible, stamped envelopes were provided to send the application and payment.   There is also an online…

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Auditor Jackie McKee of Holmes County today announced that Current Agricultural Use Value (CAUV) renewal forms have been mailed. We are committed to protecting customers and staff with the least amount of contact as possible.  Stamped envelopes have been provided to mail the completed renewal or they can be emailed to ReaEstateDept@co.holmes.oh.us.   Please complete entire…

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Jackie McKee, Holmes County Auditor announced today the preliminary work for the state ordered sexennial revaluation of all real property located in the county has begun.  The real property revaluation is mandated every six years.  The revaluation will take approximately two years to complete.  The new values will be reflected on the 2023 tax bill. …

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Jackie McKee, Holmes County Auditor announced today that the preliminary work for the state ordered sexennial revaluation of all real property located in the county has begun.  The real property revaluation is mandated every six years.  The revaluation will take approximately two years to complete.  The new values will be reflected on the 2023 tax…

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The Holmes County Auditor’s office will be sending out postcards to dog owners that did not purchase 2020 tags.  If you overlooked buying your 2020 dog license, you can obtain them at the Auditor’s Office or at the Holmes County Dog Pound.  The fee is $30 per dog, which includes the late penalty.  If you…

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CAUV Inspections Holmes County Auditor Jackie McKee announced that staff has begun to conduct inspections of farming properties within Holmes County that have been granted Current Agricultural Use Value (CAUV) status. The CAUV program, which became effective in 1974, provides tremendous tax savings to commercial agricultural property owners who qualify.  The inspection, required by the…

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February 11, 2020 The Legislative Committee of the County Auditors’ Association of Ohio (CAAO) voted to support Representative Jason Stephens (R-Kitts Hill) bill (HB 439) to protect the pocketbooks of low-income seniors and disabled veterans by improving the state’s homestead exemption law.  The Committee’s vote came during a recent meeting of the CAAO Executive and…

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