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Relocation Notice Any manufactured home or mobile home that is moved on a public road must have a relocation notice attached to the rear of the home while it is being moved. You can obtain a relocation permit from the Pike County Auditor’s Office. In order to obtain the...

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Find out if you qualify for the Current Agricultural Use Value (CAUV) program:   The Current Agricultural Use Value (CAUV) program allows farmland devoted exclusively to commercial agriculture to be valued based on the agricultural use of the land rather than its “highest and best” potential use, resulting in a...

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Find out if you qualify for the 2 ½% Owner Occupancy Tax Reduction:   To receive the 2 ½% tax reduction, you must: (1) Own the home; and (2) Occupy the home as your principal place of residence.   The reduction applies to the home site and the home itself.  It...

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Find out if you qualify for the Homestead exemption:   To qualify for the Homestead exemption, you must: (1) Own and occupy the home as their primary place of residence as of January 1 of the year for which they apply; and (2) Be 65 years of age, or...

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An application for a deduction from the current year’s value must be filed no later than December 31st of the current year for property that is destroyed or damaged in the first nine months of the year. For property damaged in the last three months of the year, the...

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The Pike County Board of Revision (BOR) hears formal complaints on property valuations and appraisals. BOR complaints are accepted from December after the first half tax bill is mailed to March 31 each year. Filing a complaint allows property owners to schedule a hearing before the Board of Revision,...

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The Pike County Auditor is required by Ohio Law to revalue each parcel of real property within the county every six years. The goal of reappraisal is to equalize values so that each taxpayer pays their fair share. Every County Auditor has a sworn duty to ensure fair and...

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If you are filing a Deed Transfer, Transfer on Death, Survey, Split, Easements, Affidavit, Land Contract Transfer, Mobile Home, Mobile Home Relocation, etc., then please contact the Auditor’s office to get a Request for Real Estate Work.  All filings will be completed in the order they were received.  ...

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ABOUT THE AUDITOR
Erica Snodgrass is a lifelong resident of Pike County, she graduated from Scioto Valley Local Schools in 1997 and attended Shawnee State University where she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Accounting. In 2009, Erica obtained her Certified Public Accounting license through the State of Ohio. Before being elected as Pike County Auditor, Erica was the Office Manager for Seif & Shugart, LLC for 10 years. Erica lives in Piketon with her husband and her two children. Erica was appointed to the position of County Auditor in 2015. Auditor Snodgrass makes the interest of taxpayers her first priority and therefore she runs an office that is driven by facts, numbers, and fairness, not politics.
Erica J. Snodgrass, CPA

Pike County Auditor
Erica J. Snodgrass, CPA
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Pike County Auditor
230 Waverly, Plaza Suite 200
Waverly, OH 45690-1222
740.947.4125

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