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Robert A. Saffian, Fiscal Officer

saffian@coventrytownship.com

Business Phone:
330-644-0785 Ext. 691


A NOTE TO OUR RESIDENTS:
Many times we receive questions about how the property taxes residents pay on their home or business are distributed. The Township only receives approximately nineteen percent (19%) of the total property taxes that residents or business owners pay for all services that the Township provides. These services include fire and emergency medical services (EMS); Township road maintenance, repairs and improvements; the contract with the Summit County Sheriff 's Office for police protection; zoning enforcement; parks maintenance and improvements; cemetery maintenance and improvements; and Administration Office services. The Township must also maintain all of its equipment and buildings, which includes the Administration Office, Town Hall, Senior Center, Fire & E.M.S. Department, Road/Maintenance Department, and the Summit County Sheriff's Office located in the Township. All Township officials and staff work diligently to reduce the burden on our residents through effective management of Township resources.

For more information on various departments, please click on their department links to the left.

Township Tax Levy Schedule - Tax Year 2015/Collection Year 2016

Click here to see the 2015-2016 Tax Levy Schedule

AS ILLUSTRATED ABOVE - THE MAJORITY OF YOUR TAX DOLLARS ARE SPENT ON THE SCHOOL DISTRICT. COVENTRY TOWNSHIP ONLY RECEIVES 19% TO PAY FOR FIRE & EMS, ROADS, PARKS & REC, CEMETERIES, ZONING AND ADMINISTRATION.

DISCLAIMER:
Tax calculation based on property value of $101,840. Delinquent taxes, Tax Liens, special assessments, CAUV , Homestead Exemption, 2.5% tax reductions are not included. The estimated dollar amount may be different due to rounding.

WHERE DO MY TAXES GO?

Click on the link above to obtain a breakdown based on the valuation of a $100,000 home for Tax Year 2015/Collection Year 2016.

You will be directed to the Summit County Fiscal Officer’s website. Enter your address and select GO. Click on your parcel number for details.

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