Auditor’s Open House Recap
The Ashtabula County Auditor’s Office held a well-attended open house to celebrate Auditor David Thomas’ first 100 Days in Office on Monday. Over 70 residents visited the Auditor’s Office at the County Courthouse during the day long open house.
“Our goal is to make the office as welcoming and open as possible for taxpayers”, shared Auditor Thomas. “Having folks come in to ask questions and learn about their values and tax programs was a great example for the community.”
Auditor’s Office staff highlighted their roles and ways they work with the public to guests during continual tours of the office. For many guests, this was their first time going to the Auditor’s Office. Homemade pastries and snacks awaited not only the residents who visited but also other county elected officials and curious staff from the Courthouse.
“We have some of the best staff in the county and it was exciting to see them share their passion and responsibilities with eager visitors. Hopefully, tax payers who could not attend know we are open and available to help in any way we can” stated Thomas.
Programs such as the Board of Revisions, Owner Occupancy, Homestead, and records lookup were shared with attendees during the day. The Auditor’s Office will be holding five Homestead Tax Credit education sessions across the county in July for interested residents.
For questions or assistance in Auditor Office matters, staff can be reached at 440-576-3783 or firstname.lastname@example.org .