City Income Tax
** City Hall remains closed to the public. Business will continue to be conducted in new and improved ways. **
TAX FILING DAY MOVED TO MAY 17, 2021
The State of Ohio and municipal jurisdictions have followed the IRS and have extended the due date for filing income taxes to Monday, May 17 in response to pandemic-related concerns. Like the city did last year, we'll be setting up a drive through drop off at City Hall on tax day.
As a reminder, thanks to a new partnership between the City of Euclid Tax Department and the Regional Income Tax Agency (RITA), you now have more options to file your income tax.
USE RITA'S ELECTRONIC FILING and payment system - it is fast, secure and simple to use. Visit ritaohio.com for tax forms and eServices.
CALL or VISIT the Euclid Tax Department at 585 East 222nd St. 216-289-8360 (Monday - Friday; 8:30aqm - 5:00pm with COVID restrictions) or use the secure Income Tax Drop Off Box located by the City Hall rear entrance doors.
CALL RITA at 440-526-0900 Ext. 5002 for the Customer Service Center.
TAX DEPARTMENT HOURS:
Monday through Friday 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
(after 4:45pm will only process payments)
City of Euclid’s local tax rate is 2.85%
MUNICIPAL INCOME TAX FILING DEADLINE:
The due date for the 2020 annual income tax returns is May 17, 2021 (O.R.C. 718.05 (B) This section will be updated should there be an extension to this deadline.
MANDATORY FILING REQUIREMENTS:
All residents 18 years of age or older must file a return regardless of whether or not any tax is due.
Those taxpayers who are permanently retired, receiving only pension, social security, interest, dividends of other non-taxable income are exempt.
Interest Rate Notice:
The interest rate for tax year 2016 is 5%.
The interest rate for tax year 2017 is 6%.
The interest rate for tax year 2018 is 6%
The interest rate for tax year 2019 is 7%
The interest rate for tax year 2020 is 7%
Ohio Revised Code 718.27 requires that municipalities set the interest rate for delinquent unpaid tax liabilities at the federal short-term rate (rounded to the nearest whole number percent) plus five percent (5%). Interest shall be imposed per annum on all unpaid income tax, unpaid estimated income tax, and unpaid withholding tax. The interest rate shall apply to the calendar year following the July of the year in which the federal short-term rate is determined.
Local Contact Information:
City Income Tax Dept.
Email: Income Tax
Euclid City Hall
585 East 222nd Street
Euclid, OH 44123
Voice: (216) 289-8360