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What is your income tax rate? Credit?

The city’s tax rate is 2.0% with 100% credit up to 2.0%.

Where can I obtain tax forms?

Tax forms are available in the Finance Department located in city hall. Forms are also available to download on the Regional Income Tax Agency’s webpage at  opens in a new windowwww.ritaohio.com.

Can I file electronically?

Yes, individuals can file their returns electronically at  opens in a new windowwww.ritaohio.com. E-filing is fast, simple, secure and free. Employers may also file withholding forms electronically.

My child is under 18. Does he/she owe income tax and how would he/she file for a refund?

Income earned by someone under the age of 18 is not subject to tax. Your child should file Form 10-A to obtain a refund of taxes withheld.

I can’t figure out the RITA tax forms. Can you help me?

Income tax assistance is available at the finance department for residents of Middleburg Heights and by contacting RITA at (440) 526-0900.

When is the filing deadline?

2020 taxes must be filed by July 15, 2020.

Property Taxes FAQs

What is the property tax rate?

Property tax rates are available on the County Treasurer’s webpage.

Why has my property tax bill gone up?

Voters in 2005 passed County Issue 7, which has increased average property taxes by $22.80.

What is the special assessment on my property tax bill? How is it calculated?

The sanitary and storm sewer special assessments are placed on the property tax bills of all Middleburg Heights property owners based on front footage. The revenue generated from the fee is used for the maintenance and repair of Middleburg Heights sanitary and storm sewers. Cuyahoga County government handles the collection and administration of funds from this special assessment. Taxpayers may also have special assessments for other projects specific to their street.