Warren County tax rollbacks will save taxpayers roughly $46.5 million

In this 2009 Enquirer file photo, Warren County Commissioner David Young, left, listens during a county meeting.

Warren County residents won't pay any property taxes to their county government for 2021.

That's thanks in part to a property tax holiday approved by the Board of Commissioners on Nov. 2. The county will not collect the $78.75 per $100,000 in assessed home value it normally receives every year to run the local county government.

Two other boards are also granting tax holidays for the 2022 fiscal year. The Senior Services Board will not collect the $29.94 per $100,000 in assessed home value it would normally owed from the 2022 levy. The Board of Developmental Disabilities is continuing to roll back its levy of $45.93 per $100,000 home, as it has done since 2017.

All this means a reduction of $151.62 per $100,000 in home value that property owners in Warren County won't have to pay in 2022.

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