|Luke M. Feeney|
|35 S. Paint Street|
|2012 City Budget, as originally approved by City Council|
|2013 Budget Book|
|2014 Budget Book|
|2015 Budget Book|
|Fillable City Tax Return|
Welcome to Chillicothe and the City Auditor’s page. The City Auditor is an elected official who serves as the Chief Fiscal Officer for the city. As Chief Fiscal Officer, the City Auditor is responsible for maintaining a fiscally sound government that conforms to generally accepted accounting, legal and management principles. The City Auditor also supervises the Income Tax Department. First and foremost the goal of the Auditor’s office is to serve the citizens of the City of Chillicothe; never hesitate to call, email or stop in with your questions and comments.
Luke serves on the board of directors of United Way of Ross County, South Central Ohio Big Brothers Big Sisters, Ross County Community Action Coalition and is the board treasurer for Hopewell Health Centers. He helped start the Ross County EITC Tax coalition which provides free tax preparation services for hundreds of hard working Ross County residents every year. Luke is also an Eagle Scout. He is proud to call Chillicothe his home and is excited to be a part of its future.
City Auditor Luke Feeney is announcing the launch of OpenGov, a financial analysis platform that provides residents, elected officials and staff unprecedented access to the City’s finances. The powerful web-based platform transforms complex financial data into an interactive, digital format that enables better analysis and understanding of the City’s finances. The intuitive design makes it easier to explore how taxpayer money is collected and spent. Auditor Feeney will be giving a demonstration on the capabilities and format of the website at the City Council meeting July 27, 2015.
The site can be found at www.chillicotheoh.opengov.comAt Chillicothe’s OpenGov website users can view historical revenue and expenditure trends over time and explore multiple views of financial data, including by fund, department, expense, or revenue type. The current year report provides insight into spending and revenues year-to-date. For example, visitors to the platform may answer frequently asked questions such as “How much money is allocated each year to street repair?” or “How is the General Fund Revenue utilized?”
The Ross County Treasurer's Office collects payment for property taxes. If you have questions about your property taxes please contact:
Ross County Treasurer's Office
The Municipal Court takes care of traffic tickets, fines, or civil complaints.
Ross County Municipal Court