Please be aware, when you print one of our forms from the Internet, that the "back side" of the form will generally print on a separate page.
The Board of Revision includes the Wayne County Auditor, the Wayne County Treasurer, and the President of the Wayne County Board of Commissioners.
Taxpayers may petition the Board of Revision to seek a review of their Real Property Valuation (both residential and commercial). To file a "Complaint Against The Valuation of Real Property" the Ohio Department of Taxation provides that DTE Form 1 must be filed with the County Auditor between January 1st and March 31st. After the Board reviews these petitions the Taxpayers will be notified of the Board's decision regarding their valuation, or scheduled for a formal hearing for a more detailed review. (Please Note: The informal hearing process has concluded. Reviews will now require the DTE Form 1 to be submitted within the January 1 through March 31 time frame.)
In addition, since public education in the State of Ohio is currently financed by property taxes, local boards of education can file counter-complaints against taxpayer complaints as well as file original complaints for value increases.
FILING DEADLINE NOTICE:
THE FILING PERIOD FOR THE 2019 REAL PROPERTY VALUATION APPEALS IS JANUARY 1, 2020 TO MARCH 31, 2020.
The Board of Revision's responsibilities include:
Instructions for Residential Appeal Form:
You Must File Both the Residential Data Form and the Complaint Form for Parcels With Dwellings.
Instructions for Commercial Appeal Form:
RULES OF PROCEDURE FOR THE BOARD OF REVISION:
Please be aware that we will have an updated version of the Rules of Procedure for the Board of Revision in the near future.
If you have questions regarding the Board of Revision Program please call the Wayne County Auditor's Office at 330.287.5433.