Lucas County Board of Commissioners declared an emergency and encourage citizens to avoid public offices. Please do not come to our office unannounced, follow the guidelines below. We are open and operating under: S.E.T.
S-SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT: The Auditor’s Office will take appointments via Facetime, and conference calls. See contact information below. Email, text or call.
E-EMAIL QUESTIONS AND REQUEST FORMS: Please email requests and questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
T-TEXT A QUESTION TO (419) 309-7877
Last, please call our consumer hotline at (419) 213-4406.
Please use one of the options above before coming to our office.
A list of departmental phone numbers is listed below:
Deed Transfer/Conveyance (419) 213-4439 Board of Revision (419) 213-4424
Education and Outreach (419) 213-4406 CAUV/Homestead (419) 213-4873
Dog License/Vendors License (419) 213-4443
Finance (419) 213-4329
Disbursements (419) 213-4328
Tax Accounting (419) 213-4446
Special Assessments/Tax Exemptions (419) 213-4154
Payroll (419) 213-4348
Weights and Measures (419) 213-4447
Real Estate/Appraisal (419) 213-4142
What type of funding do levies provide? Operating Levy -
An Operating Levy is used to fund the general operations of the taxing jurisdiction for a specified period.
Permanent Improvement Levy -
A Permanent Improvement Levy raises funds for specific permanent improvement(s) (construction and repair of buildings, sidewalks, parking garages, etc.), with no interest paid on the funds. A permanent improvement levy is limited to 5 years.
Emergency Levy -
An Emergency Levy generates a specified (fixed) level of annual funding, regardless of changes in property values. Emergency levies are limited to 10 years and are exempt from the 20 mill floor limitation.