Property Tax Rates In Twinsburg To Increase By 10 Percent

Find out what your new property tax rate is by searching in a database produced by the Plain Dealer.

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 Twinsburg Schools $1,260 69% Summit County $387 21% City of Twinsburg
$67 4% Cuyahoga Valley JVSD
$61 3% Twinsburg Library District
$58 3% TOTAL $1,832 100%

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.

Dave January 24, 2013 at 02:30 AM
Yes, vote against the levy because you will never get to vote on it again!
Dave January 24, 2013 at 02:32 AM
I know the 1/4% income tax is separate from the school levy tax, I just wanted to let people know there will be an opportunity to get some tax relief on another front later this year.
Reminderville January 27, 2013 at 10:28 PM
Hi, I live in the nicest apartments in Twinsburg and I can say that it is not cheap. I'm not sure about the ghetto ones but I know there is a bad area up over the hill behind GetGo. As far as myself I am paying the extra because as soon as the levy passed they started charging us for water usage; I already pay a $1000 for a two bedroom. The owners have to pay so it gets passed on to us too. Your post sounds very mean and vendictive towards renters. I probably pay more in rent than you do for your peice of shit house that you can't afford. We all pay one way or another.
Resident January 29, 2013 at 08:16 PM
Reminderville I am with you 100%!!!! NevAuMind what the hell are you talking about???? If you look at all the apartments Pebble Creek, Deer Run, Rolling Meadows, Whitewood Apartment, those area ALL high end apartment buildings. So they are NOT housing!!!! The only place is the one by GetGo. Do your research and homework first before you write posts that you have no clue what you are talking about. Maybe you were one of those kids that didnt pay attention in school.
77buttons February 28, 2013 at 05:36 PM
You will not ever see or hear the word "permanent" connected to this levy. Ballot language states it is a renewal levy for a continuing period of time. Which means it won't be presented for a vote again. BOE has until March 15 to decide if this renewal levy vote will be in May or November and whether it will be a renewal for a continuing period or a renewal for five years.


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