Welcome to the Athens County Auditor’s office website! It is my pleasure to introduce an updated platform to provide information maintained by our office in a more transparent and easily accessible format.
The goal of the Athens County Auditor’s office is to perform the statutory duties of the office in a professional and courteous manner with integrity, independence and transparency that ensure the highest possible standards.
It is our pleasure to serve the Citizens of Athens County and users of our data in a proficient and accountable manner.
2023 Triennial Property Value Update
We have completed the statutorily required Triennial Update for tax year 2023, which affects the taxes you pay this year, calendar year 2024. The updated property values are available on this website by using the SEARCH function. They are based on sales that occurred during 2020, 2021 and 2022. Property owners are encouraged to review their updated value to ensure that the information for their property is correct and that the value reflects the current market conditions. Learn more about the process.
This website also includes an option to review recent SALES of property to assist in evaluating the accuracy of the update.
If the updated property value assigned appears accurate, NO ACTION IS NEEDED. If you disagree with the value assigned to your parcel, please contact our office through EMAIL or phone (740) 592-3223. We are currently scheduling appointments for you to meet with someone from our staff to review your value.
If you still are not satisfied with your updated value following an office review, you may file a COMPLAINT with the Athens County Board of Revision on or before March 31, 2024.
Jill A. Davidson
Athens County Auditor
Location15 South Court Street, Room 330
Athens, Ohio 45701
Office HoursMon-Fri: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Chief Deputy - Tammi Goeglein
Real Estate Department
GIS / Mapping Department
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