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Cuyahoga County Board of Revision

The Board Of Revision Will Only Accept Tax Year 2016 Complaints Between December 19th, 2016 and March 31st, 2017. Complaints Bearing a U.S. Postmark of No Later Than March 31st, 2017 Will Be Accepted As Timely Filings.

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NEW E-COMPLAINT Available: E Filing provides the taxpayer a simplified format to complete and submit a DTE Form 1 (Complaint Against the Valuation of Real Property) online, eliminating the requirement for a signature and a notary seal. See the Complaint Form section for access and instructions, or click  HERE to begin. This feature will be available December 19th, 2016.

Watch a quick tutorial of our E-Complaint system.

Mission Statement:
The Cuyahoga County Board of Revision is a quasi-judicial body which hears property valuation complaints as outlined and prescribed by Chapter 5715 of The Ohio Revised Code (O.R.C). The Board of Revision is committed to performing its duties in a fair, efficient and expeditious manner so the citizens of Cuyahoga County receive the highest level of service. The Board does not provide or give legal advice; legal questions should be referred to an attorney.

Business Hours are Monday thru Friday
from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. EST;
Phone: 216-443-7195 Fax (216) 443-8282

Cuyahoga County Administrative Headquarters
2079 East Ninth Street
Second Floor
Cleveland, Ohio 44115

Credit and repayment of overpaid taxes will be processed in accordance with Ohio Revised Code.

All filers are advised that all documents filed with the Board of Revision will be available to the public on the internet. Filers should not put certain types of personal, identifying information in documents submitted to the Board of Revision. If the document contains personal identifying information, that information should be blacked out or redacted before it is submitted to the Board of Revision for filing. The Board of Revision will not review documents filed to confirm that personal identifying information has been omitted. The responsibility to omit personal identifiers rests solely with the party submitting the document. Personal identifying information includes but is not limited to social security and taxpayer identification numbers, names of minor children, dates of birth, financial account numbers, driver’s license numbers, and alien registration numbers.

Any person has the right to request the Board of Revision to blackout or redact any information pertaining to any personal identifying information contained in document(s) submitted to the Board of Revision. The request must be made in writing by U.S. mail, facsimile, or electronic transmission or hand delivered to the Board of Revision.