Auditor of State’s Fraud Reporting System
The Ohio Auditor's of State's Office maintains a system for the reporting of fraud, including misuse of public
money by any official or office. The system allows all Ohio citizens the opportunity to make anonymous
complaints through a toll free number, the Auditor of State's website or through the U.S. mail.
Ohio Auditor of State's Office
Special Investigation Unit
88 East Broad Street
P.O. Box 1140
Columbus, OH 43215
When you renew your
motor vehicle license
plates, please remember to list Walton Hills as your
residence. This will ensure that our community gets its fair
share of the annual
license tag fees. We use
the money to help pay for street repairs.
The Finance Department encompasses many duties and responsibilities for the Village.
staffed by one full-time employee and two part-time employees who are assisted by the Administrative
Specialist in preparing minutes of meetings and the Village Secretary who assists in vehicle registration
and records management. The Department also prepares
the annual budget for the Village.
All three governmental entities have their specific
filing requirements on whether you have
to file a
The federal government and the State of
Ohio base this on several factors
such as income,
age. The local governments such
as Walton Hills exclude
persons under 18 years of
age and retired
For individuals under 18 years of age, income is not taxable by the Village
or by most communities.
If local taxes
are withheld by an employer while
under 18, the local taxes should
be refunded by
the local tax.
We have several employers within the Village
that incorrectly deduct local tax from
are less than 18 years of age. We do not have
way of knowing this unless
a tax return is filed
to the Village. In most cases, we
individual to supply the W-2 and proof of
age in order to
This would only
apply to persons
working in the Village.
If you are under 18 and worked in
states that taxes were
withheld for Macedonia,
then you are entitled to a refund from
a refund, a
should be filed with the City of Macedonia
of Walton Hills.
income, pensions, social security, dividends
and capital gains; therefore, individuals
retired and have
established themselves as
the Village do not have to file with the
Village had required
over 18 years of age to file for tax years 2006 and
2007 in order to get a
on who is retired
receiving income that is not taxable by the Village.
Beginning with the 2008 tax year, individuals who
were coded as retired in the Village’s income tax
were not required to file unless
they begin receiving income that is taxable by the
of local communities in Ohio collect
their own income taxes. This will
be the fourth year
for the Village of Walton
Prior to establishing its own collections in November
2006, the Village’s role was
its outside collector with updated residential
and employer information, building permit activity
property owner information.
The Village prides itself on
its customer service.
The proximity of having the tax office in the Village
is an added
where your municipal income
can be prepared at no cost by a member
of the Finance Department.
The Village has specifically
tailored its tax returns
forms for its residents
and employers. Forms can also be
downloaded from the Village’s website. The website’s
new feature allows a tax preparer to enter
information onto an electronic form that
will automatically and
accurately calculate one’s
return. Once finished,
the return can be printed out
and sent to the Village.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call our Fiscal Officer, Vic J. Nogalo at (440) 735-5028 or
e-mail at email@example.com.