Welcome to the Board of Revision
e-Complaint simplifies the process by allowing 2 options for filing a Board of Revision complaint form. You can use e-Complaint to pre-fill your form to print and mail. Or, you may submit a complaint electronically via e-mail, eliminating the need for the Taxpayer to print, sign, notarize and mail a paper complaint.
Before filing, please refer to the Board of Revision’s full
Rules and Procedures
on our website.
e-Complaint Submission Dates
Thursday, December 13, 2018
Monday, April 1, 2019 at 4:30:00 PM EST.
The process consists of the following steps:
1. You may file on up to 3 parcels you own
within the same School District
on each complaint.
What is my Property Parcel number?
2. Provide Owner/Complainant and contact information.
3.Provide your opinion of Market Value for each property.
4. Additional evidence can only be submitted via e-mail at
or US postal mail;
cannot be uploaded when e-filing complaint
5. Provide sale and improvement information, and if you intend to present the testimony or report of a professional appraiser.
Upon submission, you will receive an e-mailed copy of your complaint. You may verify your submission at our website
within 5 business days.
Mailed complaints may be sent to:
Cuyahoga County Board of Revision
2079 East Ninth Street.-2nd Floor
Cleveland OH 44115
The Complainant assumes all risks associated with the use of the electronic filing system, including the risk that the system may become unavailable at any time without prior notice, or that confirmations or notifications sent by the system may be blocked or delayed by causes beyond the control of the Board of Revision. Complainant is hereby notified that they are solely responsible for confirming that all documents and filings have been properly received by the Board of Revision for filing. Complainant, by its use of the electronic filing system, hereby agrees to hold the Board of Revision and Cuyahoga County harmless in the event of any interruption, unavailability, error or breakdown in service that results in an error in Complainant’s filing or in Complainant being unable to make its filing electronically, regardless of the source of the interruption, unavailability, error or breakdown in service