GEORGE KAITSA DELAWARE COUNTY AUDITOR
140 N. Sandusky St.
Delaware, OH 43015
DELAWARE COUNTY CHECKBOOK
Delaware County Auditor
Real Estate Data Property Search (individual parcels)
General Property Information Downloads
Auditor's forms and forms from other county offices available for download.
View the new Delaware County Board of Revision Rules and Proceedures document.
Click here to view Delaware County Auditor's GIS Home Page. This page includes the Mapping application which enables you to view all parcels of Real Property in Delaware County and their related tax (appraisal) information
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Estate Tax Interest Calculator
|Ohio Sales Tax Rates|
Look up sales tax rates for any area in Ohio
Here’s tax relief for qualifying senior citizens or permanently disabled homeowners. Click here for more details and to download an application.
In order to conduct retail sales in Ohio you must be able to collect sales tax. And, you'll need a vendor's license to collect sales tax--no exceptions. Click here to request a vendors license. MAKE SURE YOU TYPE IN YOUR ADDRESS.
|Real Property Valuation|
Delaware County has more than 74,000 separate parcels of real property. It is the duty of the Auditor's office to see that every parcel of land and the buildings thereon are fairly and uniformly appraised and then assessed for tax purposes. A general reappraisal is mandated by Ohio Law every six years and an update to those values every three years. Real property is appraised at its estimated market value. While real property in Ohio is appraised at its market value it is taxed at its assessed value which is thirty-five percent (35%) of its appraised value. Click here for more detailed information on the methods of appraisal used to determine estimated market value.
In order to sell cigarettes in Ohio you must submit the cigarette license form. Click here to request a Cigarette license. MAKE SURE YOU TYPE IN YOUR ADDRESS.
|Rates of Taxation|
Here is a table of tax rates for all districts in Delaware County.
|Real Property Taxation|
Under law, the County Auditor cannot and does not raise or lower property taxes. Tax rates are determined by the budgetary requests of each governmental unit, as authorized by vote of the people, and are computed in strict accordance with procedures required by the State Department of Taxation. Click here to find out more about the property taxation rates.
|Weights and Measures|
The County Auditor is the Sealer of Weights and Measures for the entire County protecting the consumer from the possible loss which may occur from faulty measuring devices, such as scales and gasoline pumps. The Auditor is charged with the responsibility of insuring that all State laws relating to weights and measures are strictly enforced. Click here for more detailed information or if you wish to report a possible violation.
|Political Subdivision Valuation (tax year 2014) |
Valuations by Political Subdivisions in the county.(pdf format)
Valuation for tax year 2013 (click here)
Valuation for tax year 2012 (click here)
Valuation for tax year 2011 (click here)
Valuation for tax year 2010 (click here)
Valuation for tax year 2009 (click here)
Valuation for tax year 2008 (click here)
Valuation for tax year 2007 (click here)
Valuation for tax year 2006 (click here)
Valuation for tax year 2005 (click here)
Valuation for tax year 2004 (click here)
County Auditor's Calendar
Unclaimed Funds Search