Thank you for your interest in your Franklin County Auditor’s office and the office’s property appraisal work.
As part of the Auditor’s office’s commitment to be accessible, accountable, and transparent to Franklin County residents, please find information about our work across the county regarding annual maintenance of properties.
Pursuant to Ohio Revised Code section 5713.17, the Auditor’s office has the authority to inspect properties, buildings and improvements so property values across the county can be accurately assessed.
Each year the Appraisal Division conducts an Annual Maintenance Project to ensure that county property data is correct and current, which helps assure accurate valuations. During this project appraisers and data collectors working for the Auditor’s office visit properties throughout Franklin County. These visits might be the result of a recent sale, a permit that was granted, or other notice the Auditor’s office receives regarding a property.
We encourage you to review the data for your property on the Franklin County Auditor’s office website at property.franklincountyauditor.com, and notify the office of any corrections that are needed by emailing them to email@example.com.
When appraisers are in your community visiting properties in Franklin County, appraisers look for changes like: new improvements, additions or renovations. The appraisers will also note data that is currently missing from property records, such as: prior unfinished construction, damaged/destroyed property, omitted property, and sales reviews. This update does not necessarily mean a change in property value.
If any representative of the Auditor’s Office visits your property, they will have an official ID identifying themselves as part of the Franklin County Appraisal team. If no one is home, a representative will leave a door hanger to notify you that they visited the property. You can see an example of the IDs and door hangers by clicking here.
Below is a map with a symbol index to alert you of the areas the appraisers are currently working in, as well as the areas where they will be working in the next few weeks. We will continually update this map throughout the year.
Again, we encourage you to review the data for your property on the Franklin County Auditor’s office website at property.franklincountyauditor.com, and notify the office of any corrections that are needed by emailing them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Auditor’s office is here to serve the residents and businesses of Franklin County. If you have any questions or concerns, you can always email me at email@example.com or call (614) 525-HOME (4663).
There are currently no appraisers visiting properties at this time. The map below was last updated on 4/19/2020. Please follow this link if the map does not appear below.