Woodmere Finance

The Finance Department has three employees, the Treasurer,  the Assistant Treasurer and the Income Tax Auditor. The Treasurer and the Assistant Treasurer are responsible for all financial activities, including the receipt of all money owed to the Village and the payment of all money the Village owes to suppliers, contractors, lending institutions, and other governmental units. In addition to all payroll processing and the maintenance of personnel records. The Treasurer also provides monthly financial information to the Finance Committee, the Mayor and Council. 

Meetings for

Council's Finance & Legislation

Council’s Finance and Legislation Committees all meet on the Monday 10 days prior to Council meeting as set forth below. Each Committee meets in Village Council Chambers, Village Hall 27899 Chagrin Boulevard. Finance meets at 6:00 PM and Legislation immediately thereafter.

Next Meetings

june, 2024

No Events

The Income Tax Auditor monitors the income tax receipts from the Regional Income Tax Agency {“RITA”}, and serves as an auditor in the Finance Department, as necessary.

All residents and businesses are required to file a tax return with RITA by April 15th for the previous tax year. The RITA website includes forms for payment of Village income tax and filing tax returns online for individuals and businesses. Forms and information regarding income tax can be requested directly from the RITA at 800-860-7482.

All Village income tax payments and tax forms, for current and prior tax years, are to be filed with RITA. For those taxpayers choosing to utilize mail, the remittance address for RITA’s secured lockbox center is:

P.O. Box 477900
Broadview Hts., Ohio 44147-7900

RITA Taxpayer Assistance  

The Village has in place a 2.5% municipal income tax. All persons 18 years of age or older earning income in  Woodmere Village, all business entities doing business in the Village, and all residents 18 years of age or older having taxable income are subject to the tax.

Village residents are granted 100% credit, up to 2.5%, for municipal tax withheld or paid to another municipality on that particular income. Residents owing additional taxes must make quarterly estimated payments. All residents must file an annual return whether tax is owed or not.

Taxpayers can access Individual and business tax forms, create an online account, e-file and utilize e-payment service by visiting the RITA website. For questions regarding Woodmere Village income tax, please contact RITA’s customer service representatives at (Brecksville Office) 800-860-7482.

Regina Greathouse-Owens, Treasurer, Village of Woodmere

Phone 216 831-9511 X1237
Fax 216 292 7023