November 25, 2020The Columbiana County Auditor's Office is firmly committed to being servants to the highest possible standard, without putting the health and well-being of our staff or the public at risk.Therefore, due to the impact of COVID-19, and in an effort to ensure the safe continuation of our services, effective Monday, November 30th, and until further notice, the Auditor's Office will be closed to the general public.
Some documents and/or applications can be submitted by mail and/or email.As for Dog Licenses
, there are a number of options, since the office will be closed to the public.Option#1, of course, is sending your application via physical mail. There is a return address envelope included with the application that you received. If you don’t have one, the address is:Columbiana County105 S. Market StreetLisbon, OH 44432Option#2, and highly recommended, is that you purchase your 2021 license online at   https://www.doglicenses.us/oh/Columbiana
. Option#3, for your convenience, there is a drop box located in the main hallway of the courthouse.Option#4, there are two outside agencies that will be selling dog tags starting on December 1, 2020. These locations are Drug Mart, 7626 St.Rt. 45, Lisbon, Ohio and Hanoverton Hardware, 9939 St. Rt. 9, Hanoverton, Ohio. They will be accepting cash or check only.As for Deeds and Transfers
, there will be an ‘inbox’ and ‘outbox’ located beside the Auditor’s door, which is also adjacent to the security station inside the courthouse. The inbox will be checked continuously by our staff. All documents must be in a sealed envelope, with any payment being made by check only, and placed into the ‘In box’. When deeds are finished being processed, they will be put in the ‘Out box’, or in the attorney’s slot. You are advised to call and let one of our staff know when you are placing a deed in the “In box”.As always, if any questions or concerns should arise, we are always available by phone at 330-424-9515.
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On behalf of Columbiana County Auditor Nancy Gause Milliken, Starting Monday, 11-30-2020 we will be moving to the DTE 100 paid conveyance forms from the Ohio of Department of Taxation’s website. We ask that moving forward you use the DTE100 form. The form can be found at the following site: https://tax.ohio.gov/static/forms/real_property/dte_dte100.pdf
The State of Ohio has requested we use their form and has placed a bar code on the conveyance form in order to help in their effort to track sales. Thank you for your attention is this matter.____________________________________________________________PRESS RELEASEFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEWashingtonville, 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 Smith330-424-9515 ext 1008____________________________________________________________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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