Complaint Against the Valuation of Real Property filing period is now open
Complaints can be submitted via the filing period between January 1, 2024 and April 1, 2024
- If you are not satisfied with the value placed on your property, you may complete and file a Complaint Against the Valuation of Real Property form or file a complaint electronically with the Clermont County Board of Revision. Completed complaints can be filed electronically, mailed or emailed to BORappeals@clermontcountyohio.gov.
- Complaints must be submitted during the filing period between January 1st and April 1st *Reminder, owners may only file once every three years. Please note, a complaint initiates a legal proceeding before the Clermont County Board of Revision.
Dog License Renewal Season Is Here!
Ohio Law requires dog owners to license their dogs over 3 months of age. Licenses are to be renewed annually. In addition, licenses help keep dogs safe and fund important animal welfare initiatives in your community. Licensing your dog is now easier than ever with DocuPet’s quick and easy online experience. Click the picture or visit clermontcounty.docupet.com to license your furry friend.
Renew your dog‘s license before 12/31/2023 and get 50% off an optional designer tag with promo code: CLMTRENEW
*Promo code can only be redeemed for one regularly priced designer tag. Personalization, upgraded connectors, GlowTags & keychains excluded. One use per person. Only applicable to Clermont County residents. Cannot be applied to previous orders or licensing fees.
The Auditor’s Office Offers the Convenience of Electronic Filing
The Auditor’s Office offers the convenience of Electronic Filing. Please click on the links provided to learn how to file these items electronically or to get started click HERE and follow the prompts; begin by selecting “new user, create an account”.
Board of Revision (BOR) Complaint and Counter Complaints
Owner Occupancy Tax Reduction Application
Current Agricultural Use Valuation (CAUV) Program Application
Electronic or E-Deeds through the Clermont County Recorder’s Office
Clermont County Open Data
Clermont County Open Data is a data-driven dashboard intended to provide transparency information that allows the public to review and research the County’s Property and Financial data. This data is available through interactive charts and graphs that is organized by specific categories with search and filter functions that allow direct access to information from the County’s Property Assessment and Financial data.
THE CLERMONT COUNTY AUDITOR IS HERE TO SERVE YOU
We understand how confusing property taxes, licenses, and county finances can be. The role of the Clermont County Auditor is to ensure that you have a clear explanation of where your tax money goes, transparent access to information, and a way to communicate or dispute property tax issues. We believe it should be easy to find what you need quickly, which is why we have made this website easy to use, with simple explanations and clear directions.