Board of Revision Process

When will I hear about the status of my Board of Revision application?

All applications will be entered in the system after the April 2, 2018 deadline and in the order in which they are received. 

If you choose to attend a hearing, you will receive a letter stating your hearing date and time. The letter will arrive at least 10 days prior to your hearing date. We encourage home/property owners to make the necessary arrangements to attend the hearing. If you are unable to attend your hearing please contact us as soon as possible to reschedule. Due to the large number of applications, we will allow for only one reschedule. If you fail to attend your hearing date, the Board will render a decision on your behalf based on the evidence that was submitted with your complaint. After the hearing, you will receive a certified letter indicating the Board's decision.

What if I waived my attendance at a hearing?

If you opt to have the Board render a decision on your behalf, you will receive a certified letter indicating their decision.

What if I am not satisfied with the Board's decision?

If you are not satisfied with the Board's decision, you may appeal your case to the Board of Tax Appeals  or the Lucas County Common Pleas Court.

Who makes up the Board of Revision?

The Board of Revision is comprised of one representative from the following Lucas County offices: Auditor, Commissioner, and Treasurer.