The Summit County Treasurer Office has completed mailing property tax notices to over 38,000 owners for 2021 property taxes to be collected in 2022, according to a release from the county.
The treasurer is responsible for the collection and distribution of all Summit County property taxes and will collect $146 million for 30 local taxing authorities across 42 jurisdictions: 39% schools, 33% local governments, 18% fire protection and 6% metropolitan/water districts.
Ryne Scholl, treasurer and public trustee of Summit County, said that in 2022, the average county mill rate increased by 3% and that 17 jurisdictions saw a decrease in their mill levy rate while 25 saw an increase.
For more information, as well as an online tutorial for how to make payments, visit SummitCountyCo.gov/142/treasurer. Payments can also be made online.
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