Cuyahoga County Real estate or property taxes are paid twice a year, though you have the option of making one payment or paying in monthly installments. Unlike many jurisdictions across the U.S., the taxes in Cuyahoga County vary from one suburb to the next.
Property taxes are the primary source of support for Cuyahoga County's schools as some 60-percent of the money residents pay in property taxes goes to fund the school system. In addition the taxes cover special assessments & levies.
If you believe that the County Auditor's office made a mistake or charged too much money in their assessment of your property, you can file a Complaint with the county's Board of Revision. We have written about that process in a previous post.
HERE IS THE LINK TO THE 2009 RESIDENTIAL COMPARATIVE RATE CHART.