Why did my taxes go up?
The tax bill is prepared from information provided by the County Auditor's office. The two things that can change the amount due are a difference in the property valuation or tax rate. Since 2008 was a state-mandated general reappraisal year for real property, the tax value has changed on some real property. Also, any levies that passed in your area would result in a change in your tax amount. If you have any questions about the valuation or tax levies, you will need to contact the Ashtabula County Auditor's office at 440-576-1437.

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1. Why did my taxes go up?
2. What is the tax rate for my taxing district?
3. What should I do if I didn't receive a tax bill?
4. I received my tax bill but it was supposed to go to my bank what should I do? Or visa versa.
5. Are postmark dates acceptable? When are taxes considered late?
6. Can I get a receipt for my paid taxes?
7. How much is penalty?
8. I didn't receive my tax bill. Can penalties be waived?
9. What are the consequences of not paying my taxes?
10. Do you accept credit cards?
11. Can I pay my delinquent taxes in payments?
12. I sold my property but I received the tax bill. What should I do with it?
13. How do I change my mailing address?
14. When does the delinquent list appear in the newspaper?
15. What will my taxes be on a home I am currently building?
16. What is the value of my property?