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No. In Ohio, your assessed valuation is 35% of your total home value. So, if your home is worth $100,000, then your assessed valuation is $35,000. This is the rate that the millage is applied against.
The amount that you will pay will vary based on your home value. To get a rough idea of the potential costs, please review the below table:
To figure out the exact cost, the Hamilton County Auditor has a tool on their website. The below document will provide you will the steps you need to navigate to the site and use their tool to figure out the exact impact on your property taxes.
How to Calculate the Impact of 3.0 Levy
The Fire District Fund is facing a deficit at the end of Calendar Year 2021. Due to a one-year lag in implementation of a new property tax, fall of 2020 is that last opportunity to raise revenues to plug the budget hole for 2022.