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Nancy Milliken, Auditor


Office Hours

Monday - Friday 8:00 - 4:00

Telephone: (330) 424-9515

Fax: (330) 424-9745

105 South Market Street

Lisbon, Ohio 44432

auditor@columbianacntyauditor.org























"GOVERNMENT IS A TRUST, AND THE OFFICERS OF THE GOVERNMENT ARE TRUSTEES; AND BOTH THE TRUST AND THE TRUSTEES ARE CREATED FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE PEOPLE."

Henry Clay, speech at Lexington May 16, 1829


















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PRESS RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Washingtonville, Leetonia, Salem City, Perry & Unity Townships being reviewed for purpose of 2022 Revaluation.

In connection with the continuing 2022 Revaluation of Columbiana County, the appraisers are currently doing their field checks and review of residential and agricultural properties in Washingtonville, Leetonia, and Unity Township. In the upcoming weeks, they will also be in Salem City and Perry Township.

County Auditor Nancy Milliken says that residential and agricultural appraisers hired by the County are currently out in these areas with the objective of capturing accurate information concerning many homes and farms. Appraisers will be visiting property owners between the hours of 8:30am and 4:30pm Monday through Friday in order to possibly interview them about particular characteristics of their home or farm. An “on-foot or drive by” inspection of the exterior of the properties may be a part of the process. Nancy says that there is no cause for alarm if you witness such an inspection; but, also stresses that it is important that the appraiser in question has a valid Revaluation I.D.

The appraisers will not necessarily be going to each house in a particular area, so don’t be concerned if you see someone in your neighborhood and they do not visit your house.

If no one is home at the time of the visit, the appraisers will leave a "door card questionnaire" which property owners are requested to complete and mail back to the Auditor's field appraisal office.

As always, if anyone has any questions regarding this, please don't hesitate to call the office.

For more information contact:
Mike Smith
330-424-9515 ext 1008



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Dear Property Owner,

Welcome to the Columbiana County Auditor’s website. Our site encompasses a variety of services that the Columbiana County Auditor’s Office provides to both residents and other governmental entities in Columbiana County. This site is designed to be used as a research tool for property located in Columbiana County, including improvements, value history, location and tax information. You will also find links to many other responsibilities of the County Auditor. I believe you will find this updated website very useful. I would remind you that our office is always here to assist you with any questions that you may have. As always, it is a pleasure to serve as your County Auditor.


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