Cuyahoga County hosts sexennial reappraisal presentations

Taxpayers can learn how the appraisal will affect property taxes.

The Cuyahoga County Fiscal Office is educating taxpayers about the state- ordered reappraisal and how it could affect property taxes. The county will host a series of community meetings in all 11 county council districts. All events are open to the public and will begin in April and run through June.

“I strongly encourage Cuyahoga County property owners to attend these sessions to learn about the upcoming changes to tax bills,” said Michael Chambers, Cuyahoga County’s chief fiscal officer. “Your participation ensures transparency and accountability in property valuation, ultimately benefiting our entire community.”

In addition to information on the reappraisal process, the county will provide resources to property owners wishing to contest their property valuation.

All of the following presentations will run from 6-8 p.m.:

April 25

Strongsville Recreation Center

18100 Royalton Rd., Strongsville

May 9

Warrensville Heights Civic Center

4567 Green Rd., Warrensville Heights

May 16

Parma-Snow Library

2121 Snow Rd., Parma

May 23

Holy Rosary Church Community Center

12021 Mayfield Rd., Cleveland

May 30

Solon Community Center

35000 Portz Parkway, Solon

June 6

Cleveland Heights – University Heights High School Auditorium

2155 Miramar Blvd., University Heights

June 12

St. Ignatius Breen Center

2008 West 30th St., Cleveland

June 20

Garfield Heights High School Performing Arts Center

4900 Turney Rd., Garfield Heights

June 27

Euclid High School Auditorium

711 E. 222nd St., Euclid

State law requires counties to reassess the values of all properties every six years, which could affect the amount residents and business owners pay in property taxes. Since October, licensed appraisers have been reviewing residential and commercial properties. The reappraisal process is expected to continue through April 30.

For more information about the sexennial reappraisal, visit