Cuyahoga County Board of Revision
Tax Year 2023 Complaint filing will open January 1, 2024. There are several ways to file a complaint:
E-File your complaint. This is the preferred method of filing. To e-file your complaint, the only things you need are a valid email address and phone number. Filing through the e-file portal is quick-- typically takes less than 10 minutes. It also bypasses notary requirement and is available 24/7 during the filing period. You will also receive a confirmation email almost immediately after you file with a PDF copy of the complaint.
- The BOR implemented a new case management system in Tax Year 2023 (Calendar Year 2024.) The new system requires you to create an account to e-file your complaint. Go to the E-file Complaint System, then select the sign-up option in the center of the screen to create an account.
- If you experience any issues or difficulties using the case management system, please call our office at 216-443-7195 during our office hours. If you have an issue outside our office hours, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Our staff will work with you to resolve any problems using the online case management system. If you are unable to use our case management system, you should submit your valuation complaint by mail, e-mail, fax, or in-person as described below.
THE INAVAILABILITY TO USE OUR ONLINE CASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM DOES NOT EXTEND THE FILING DEADLINE OF APRIL 1, 2024 AT 11:59 P.M. EST.
- You can submit your complaint by mail, e-mail, or fax. You can print a hard copy DTE 1, fill in the information, have it notarized and send it the BOR by mail, e-mail or fax at the information to the right.
Come into our office and complete the form in-person. The BOR is open Monday-Friday 8:30 AM -4:30 PM (except holidays). Our staff can answer questions that you have about completing the complaint, and we typically have notaries in the office.
All complaints MUST be submitted before 11:59 PM EST April 1, 2024, or bear a USPS postmark of April 1 or before to be considered timely filed.
The main complaints presented before the Board of Revision are Complaints Against the Valuation of Real Property, however the Board also has authority to render decisions on various other complaints as allowed by ORC.
Access all state prescribed forms for complaints eligible to be heard before the Cuyahoga County Board of Revision.View the Forms
Valuation Complaint Info
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