Welcome to the Hancock County Auditor Homepage
It is my pleasure to serve as Auditor of Hancock County, Ohio. As Auditor I serve as the County's Chief Fiscal Officer, Chief Assessor, Chief Payroll Officer, and Sealer of Weights and Measures. As fiscal officer, the auditor is responsible for maintaining county financial records, issuing warrants (checks) for payment of county obligations and preparing the County's Annual Financial Report (CAFR). As assessor, the auditor determines property values for taxing purposes and transferring real property deeds. And, as sealer of weights and measures, the auditor tests and certifies the accuracy of various commercial measuring devices, such as gasoline pumps, to ensure consumer protection.
Hancock County's 2020 Appropriations (expenses) are available for public viewing. This working document is provided in a clear, concise format which is reader-friendly.
As Auditor of Hancock County, I am pleased to present the County’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) for the year ended December 31, 2018. This report conforms to accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America (GAAP) and provides full and complete disclosure of the financial position and operations of the County. Click here to view the 2019 CAFR
The Hancock County Budget Commission will meet each Tuesday at 11:00 p.m. in the Auditor's Office in the Courthouse if deemed necessary.
New DTE Form 109(A) CAUV Continuing Applications have been mailed for renewal.
An initial application, DTE Form 109, may be filed with the Hancock County Auditor's Office between the first of January and prior to the first Monday in March of the tax year seeking CAUV valuation.
All continuing applications for land already in the CAUV program must be filed prior to the first Monday in March.
On the second Tuesday in March, the Auditor determines whether all continuing and initial applications (for land already in the CAUV program) have been filed, and notifies those current owners who failed to file the continuing or initial application by the deadline.
The first Monday in June is the last day for the Auditor to view land upon which applications have been filed to determine whether it is devoted exclusively to agricultural use.
The first Monday in August is the last day for the Auditor to notify, by certified mail, each owner of land whose CAUV application is denied, citing reasons for the denial.
If you would like more information on CAUV - please visit the Department of Taxation Website