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Franklin County property reappraisal numbers released

The Franklin County Auditor's office has released tentative reappraisal values for school districts, showing the increase in property taxes people can expect (MGN Online)

Franklin County homeowners are likely to see an increase in property taxes, with amounts ranging based on school districts.

Many areas saw a significant increase in property value, which will lead to slight increases in annual taxes.

The auditor's office released the 2017 Reappraisal property value changes Monday morning. The auditor's office says these are the tentative values released by their office, and they haven't yet been approved by the state. Homeowners should expect to get the information about their possible tax increase in the mail late August.

Franklin County Auditor Clarence Mingo said his office will host five public Question and Answer sessions at library locations throughout the county in July to discuss the 2017 Reappraisal and its impact on property owners. Each meeting time is 6:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. and the public is welcome.

  • Monday, July 10 at the Columbus Metropolitan Library's Whitehall Branch (4445 E. Broad St., Whitehall)
  • Tuesday, July 11 at the Southwest Libraries (3959 Broadway, Grove City)
  • Monday, July 17 at the Worthington Library Northwest (2280 Hard Rd., Worthington)
  • Wednesday, July 19 at the Columbus Metropolitan Library's Main Library (96 S. Grant Ave., Columbus)
  • Tuesday, July 25 at the Upper Arlington Public Library (2800 Tremont Rd, Upper Arlington)

"Property owners will have a voice in this process all the way until values are finalized in November," Mingo said. "These meetings give residents the chance to attend an open meeting in their neighborhood and learn more about the steps they can take to ensure a fair and equitable property value."

Property owners who cannot attend these meetings can call the Franklin County Auditor's Office at 614-525-4663 or email ClarenceMingo@franklincountyohio.gov with questions.

You can see the reappraisal numbers in the document below:

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