Levy Estimator Helps Property Owners Estimate Impact of Vote on Property Tax

Franklin County OH Auditor

February 21, 2024



Contact: Jennifer Lockrey, 614-525-7315  

Levy Estimator Helps Property Owners Estimate Impact of Vote on Property Tax 


COLUMBUS, Ohio – With the March primary election approaching, Franklin County Auditor Michael Stinziano is reminding homeowners that the updated Levy Estimator is now available to help them understand how proposed levies would affect their property taxes.  

Several municipalities and districts have levies on the ballot, including: Grandview Heights, Valleyview, Clinton Township, Mifflin Township (Police District), Norwich Township, Perry Township, and Pleasant Township.    

“Your vote matters, and I encourage everyone to use the levy estimator to see how levies will affect your property taxes and make sure your voice is heard in this and every election,” Stinziano said.   

To use the Levy Estimator, visit https://audr-apps.franklincountyohio.gov/LevyEstimator. After selecting your home’s location or entering a parcel number, the estimator will show both your current and estimated taxes if a levy or bond issue in your jurisdiction passes in the March primary election. 

As a reminder, early voting begins February 21 at the Franklin County Board of Elections, 1700 Morse Rd. in Columbus. For a list of hours visit the Board of Elections website. Mail-in absentee ballots must be postmarked by the day before the election, Monday, March 18, or dropped off at the Board of Elections office by Primary Election Day, Tuesday, March 19, by 7:30 p.m. 

For more information about the election and early voting hours, visit the Board of Elections website.