Property tax rates in Twinsburg will increase substantially in 2013, according to a database produced in the Plain Dealer.
The tax rates that property owners pay to fund various governments from the schools to the library system will increase more than 9 percent, according to the newspaper's data.
According to the Plain Dealer, Twinsburg homeowners will pay $1,832 per $100,000 of home value in their 2013 tax bills, up from $1,674 per $100,000 last year.
The general trend has been higher and higher taxes each year for Twinsburg property owners. Three years ago, homeowners were paying $1,597 per $100,000.
These property taxes are used to fund a variety of governmental functions, including the schools, county government, city government and others.
Here's a complete breakdown from the Plain Dealer's coverage:
|Government||Tax Per $100,000||Approx. Percentage|
|City of Twinsburg
|Cuyahoga Valley JVSD
|Twinsburg Library District
Visit the Plain Dealer to search the database for tax info on any community in Northeast Ohio. The newspaper also has a detailed breakdown, which breaks down where your tax money is spent in even greater detail.