Property owners wishing to contest a property valuation can file a complaint with the Cuyahoga County Board of Revision.
Property owners wishing to challenge their property valuations for tax year 2023 may do so through April 1.
All complaints must be filed with the Board of Revision by 11:59 p.m. or bear a United States postmark of April 1, 2024. Other postmarks are not valid.
There are several ways to file a complaint:
Skip the hassle of postage, parking, and standing in line by filing online. Complaints can be filed online using a valid email address, which bypasses the requirement for a notary.
- Print a hard copy of the Complaint Form, which requires notarization.
- Contact the Board of Revision at 216-443-7195 to request a complaint form be mailed.
- Pick up a complaint form from the Board of Revision Office located at 2079 E. 9th St., Second Floor, Cleveland.
Complainants can visit the Board of Revision website to find additional instructions for filing as well as examples of different types of evidence that can be submitted to support their opinion of value. The more evidence provided, the stronger the case.
The Board of Revision is conducting hearings in-person, by Zoom, and by phone.
The Board of Revision office is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. For more information, visit online, email BOR staff at BORinfo@cuyahogacounty.us, or call (216) 443-7195.