Municipal Income Tax

Latisha Stupka

Village Tax Administrator
tstupka@middlefieldohio.com
440.632.5248

Department will now only accept mailed in or dropped off forms.  If an appointment is necessary one will be made with you to review your documents. Please visit the Income Tax Alert Tab below for more information.

The Municipal Tax Office is open Monday-Friday 8:00 am – 4:00 pm for in person drop off.  A drop box is available outside of Village Hall for after hours. If an appointment is necessary please contact the Tax Administrator

Middlefield Village Hall
14860 N. State Avenue
Middlefield, Ohio 44062

VILLAGE OF MIDDLEFIELD INCOME TAX FILING GUIDELINES WILL FOLLOW THE IRS GUIDELINES DURING THIS TIME. PLEASE VISIT https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus FOR INFORMATION ON ANY OR ALL CHANGES. 

The Village Tax Administrator is appointed by the Mayor and approved by Village Council. This individual is responsible for the collection of all village income tax.

The Village of Middlefield has a 1% Village Income Tax through 12/31/2018,  one of the lowest rates in Geauga County, in effect since 1978.  Beginning 1/1/2019 the Village Income Tax rate will be 1.25%.  Those subject to the Village Income Tax include residents 18 years of age or older having taxable income  and businesses (including their employees) within the Village. New residents and businesses should register at the Municipal Center with the Village Tax Administrator.

All taxpayers who are subject to pay Municipal Income Tax to the Village of Middlefield, Ohio will submit all Municipal Tax forms and payments to the Village of Middlefield.

The purpose of the Village of Middlefield’s income tax is to fund general municipal operations; equipment maintenance; extension, enlargement and improvement of municipal services and facilities; and capital improvements. This tax is levied on all salaries, wages, commissions, and other compensation earned by residents, businesses, and non-residents for work done or services performed in the municipality. No deductions are allowed.

The Village now accepts all major credit and debit cards for all of your village payments, including income tax.

File Your Taxes for FREE!

United Way Services of Geauga County is offering free tax-filing service for residents. Through a partnership between United Way and H&R Block, residents with a household income less than $66,000 can self-file their state and federal taxes for FREE at MyFreeTaxes.com through an easy-to-use online program. Attached flyers for MyFreeTaxes.com here.