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See the budget and finance department for more information.
Contact Andrew Body, the City Auditor.
Contact the Muskingum County Auditor’s Office by phone at 740-455-7109 or in person/by mail at:401 Main StreetZanesville, OH 43701
Fair housing is your right to live wherever you wish irrespective of the following:
Housing discrimination is denying anyone access to housing because they belong to one of these protected classes.
Everyone is protected by the Fair Housing Act. The Fair Housing Act is intended to uphold housing practices that treat everyone equally. A protected class, according to the Fair Housing Act, is a characteristic of a person which cannot be targeted for discrimination. Anyone who believes they are experiencing housing discrimination must prove that there is a connection between the discriminatory act and their protected class. For example, if other people in your area are experiencing similar discrimination, this strengthens your case.
The Fair Housing Act is intended to uphold housing practices that treat everyone equally.
Landlords and property managers are not required to make modifications to a housing unit. However, a person with a disability may make reasonable modifications to the dwelling at his or her own expense and may request reasonable accommodating to the following:
If you believe you have experienced discrimination, call the Ohio Civil Rights Commission at 888-278-7101, a local fair housing agency, or find your Ohio Legal Aid office online or call 866-LAW-OHIO (866-529-6446), toll-free, to be connected to your Ohio Legal Aid office, and to find out if you qualify for their services.
Please contact the Muskingum County Auditors Office.
The sanitation crews work all holidays except Christmas. Then collection is moved back by one day.
Basically, anything that doesn’t fit into a bag or box, you will need to provide advance notice. Things like the following:
The resident is to call the Street and Sanitation Department the day before their regularly scheduled pick-up day to inform the department of their needs. Call 740-455-0626 or email the Street and Sanitation Department and provide the following information:
Any person or Business residing in the City of Zanesville or working within the city limits. Owners of rental property if the property is within the city limits or if the owner lives within the city limits and has rentals here or elsewhere.
Tax returns are due by April 15th.
Taxes may be mailed to: Zanesville Tax Department401 Market StreetZanesville, Oh 43701
The agendas are available online.
Contact information is available online in our Staff Directory.
Visit the City of Zanesville Budget and Finance Department page or contact the Budget and Finance Director. The Budget and Finance Department is located at:401 Market StreetZanesville, OH 43701
Email Budget and Finance
View the City Council page for more information on how to contact the members.
View our Codified Ordinances online.
Any person or Business residing in the City of Zanesville or working within the city limits. Owners of rental property if the property is within the city limits or if the owner live within the city limits and has rentals here or elsewhere.
They city’s income tax is 1.9%.
View minutes online or they are available in the office of the City Clerk located in the Municipal Building, which is located at:401 Market streetZanesville, OH 43701
You may email your announcement. The announcement needs to be in a PowerPoint format or JPEG.
The City of Zanesville Stormwater Utility will take a proactive approach in managing the city’s stormwater. Rather than raise income taxes or cut services, the proposed stormwater fee will cover the majority of the utility’s costs. This new approach will address and enforce the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) mandate referred to as the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Phase II stormwater regulations, which are part of the Federal Clean Water Act passed by the U.S. Congress in 1972. The funds will also be used to manage some stormwater flooding and drainage discharges, cover associated stormwater infrastructure costs, and finance capital improvement projects.
Stormwater services were previously funded from revenue derived from income taxes collected by the City general fund, revenue from the sanitary sewer fund and revenue from a temporary stormwater elimination surcharge fee that was approved by city council in 1987. This elimination surcharge fee, which funded small capital projects in the areas of the city that require flood protection and water quality solutions, was rescinded and replaced with the current stormwater utility fee.
All developed properties that contain impervious area are charged a stormwater fee. Commercial properties are billed per Equivalent Residential Unit (ERU) (2,300 square foot), while single-family residential properties, duplexes, some condominiums, and some agricultural land are billed at 1 ERU. Undeveloped lots will be excluded since there is no impervious area on those properties.
Impervious area is any hard-surface that does not allow stormwater to be absorbed into the ground. Impervious areas include:
ERU stands for "equivalent residential unit." In Zanesville an ERU is equal to 2,300 square feet, which is the average impervious area of a random sampling of residential property within the city.
Yes. Some impervious area credits (PDF) are available. The maximum total credit cannot exceed 50% of the equivalent residential unit fee.