Genoa Township has three levies on the upcoming ballot to be decided on by voters.

Every five-years police and fire operating levies are brought to voters for consideration. Both departments performed well financially over the previous period and are therefore reducing millage this fall.

A third .6 mill levy would support park improvements and operations. The levy is new, but would not increase overall millage due to the combined equal decrease from the police and fire levies. The dollar cost would increase an estimated $4.15 annually per $100,000 of value as a result of a 10% State of Ohio tax “roll back” the Police and Fire renewal levies receive that the Parks Levy will not.

Information on these levies has been shared by the Township, can be accessed below.

Welcome to Genoa Township, OH

LEVY INFORMATION Will passing the levies make taxes go up? How much does each individual levy cost a property owner? Why reduce funding to emergency services (Police, Fire and EMS)? How does the new police station and the police levy relate to one another?

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