Oestreich announces Wood County real estate distribution

Matthew Oestreich, Wood County auditor, has announced the distribution of the real estate, public utility
tax, and special assessments for the second half 2019 settlement.
A total of $88.2 million was collected and distributed including $2.2 million for special assessments. In
addition, $9.2 million is to be reimbursed from the State Income Tax Funds, $6.4 million in non-business
credit, $1 million in owner occupied credit, and $1.8 million in homestead exemption monies. These
represent tax reductions for qualifying properties.
Wood County currently maintains 75,259 individual land parcels of record and distributes the taxes to
eighteen school districts, nineteen townships, and twenty-six cities and villages.
Wood County has over 100,000 individual special assessments, which are distributed to regional, county,
municipal and township governments. Examples include ditch construction and maintenance, sewer and water
systems, street lighting, street cleaning and tree maintenance programs.
Totals for the second half revenue distribution are as follows:
Wood County $3,021,336
Regional water and sewer $583,900
County ditch maintenance and construction $184,643
County sewer and waterline project $195
MAumee watershed conservancy $47,933
Board of developmental disabilities $8,268,875
Alcohol, drug addiction and mental health board $2,922,059
Park district $1,153,985
Committee on aging $807,785
Board of health $647,087
Historical center $64,283
Job and family services $1,500,183
Wood County library bond $120,774
Townships $7,939,898
Municipalities $7,512,858
Schools $53,432,730
Townships
Bloom $144,956
Center $90,278
Freedom $202,802
Grand Rapids $97,211
Henry $97,485
Jackson $77,362
Lake $1,117,721
Liberty $68,016
Middleton $698,620
Milton $65,238
Montgomery $140,055
Perry $98,344
Perrysburg $3,306,114
Plain $98,448
Portage $81,301
Troy $427,816
Washington $127,434
Webster $89,545
Weston 87,635
NW Wood Co. EMS $260,838
Central Joint Fire District $73,797
Mid County EMS $284,056
Southeast Ambulance $204,825
Total $7,939,898
Schools
Anthony Wayne $495,364
Bowling Green $7,674,013
Eastwood $3,236,169
Elmwood $1,381,513
Fostoria $710,255
Gibsonburg $16,778
Lake $4,243,328
Lakota $450,299
McComb $201,121
North Baltimore $1,258,517
Northwood $2,728,280
Otsego $2,251,829
Patrick Henry $34,384
Perrysburg $16,324,045
Rossford $8,699,098
Four County $3,880
Penta County $3,671,519
Vanguard $52,339
Total $53,432,730
Municipalities
Bairdstown $3,454
Bloomdale $12,587
Bowling Green $1,392,399
Bradner $39,234
Custar $10,019
Cygnet $4,812
Fostoria $61,715
Grand Rapids $33,100
Haskins $87,910
Hoytville $5,988
Jerry City $9,337
Luckey $48,698
Millbury $41,955
Milton Center $4,899
North Baltimore $164,108
Northwood $165,507
Pemberville $16,572
Perrysburg $2,790,722
Portage $9,654
Risingsun $31,109
Rossford $738,294
Tontogany $7,204
Wabridge $48,562
Wayne $45,535
West Millgrove $5,547
Weston $34,127
TARTA $122,933
Seneca County health $1,837
Wood County library $396,831
Rossford library $138,633
Way library $502,745
North Baltimore library $52,016
Kaubisch library $8,196
Pemberville library $93,013
Wayne library $52,987
Weston library $95,800
TID Roadway $234,820
Total $7,512,858