DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Staff with the Montgomery County Auditor’s Office will be set up at various Dayton Metro Library locations throughout August to help tornado survivors apply for tax relief.
Officials say that you should not be stuck paying a full tax bill on a property that has been damaged or destroyed. It only takes five minutes to apply for tax relief through the Damaged Property Reduction program, and notaries will be available to certify your application on the spot.
You can apply at the following locations:
Burkhardt Branch Library
Tuesday, August 20 between 5 pm and 7 pm
4680 Burkhardt Ave.
Vandalia Branch Library
Thursday, August 22 between 5 pm and 7 pm
330 S. Dixie Dr.
Trotwood Branch Library
Monday, August 26 between 3 pm and 6 pm
651 E. Main St.
Additionally, all Dayton Metro Library locations have a limited supply of forms and pamphlets on Property Tax Relief for Damaged Properties from the Montgomery County Auditor’s Office.
Click here to learn more or call the library at 937-463-2665.
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