The Guernsey County Auditor Office will be closed Monday February 15, 2021 in observance of Presidents Day.
Am. Sub. House Bill 17, 133rd General Assembly, has created an additional classification of recipient for the homestead exemption and for that recipient has granted an increased reduction. A $50,000 homestead reduction is authorized for surviving spouse of a “public service officer” who has either been killed in the line of duty or died from a fatal injury or illness sustained in the line of duty, including a heart attack. Similar to the homestead exemption for disabled veterans, the credit equals the tax on $50,000 of the true value of a homestead owned and occupied by the public service officer’s surviving spouse, and no income limit applies.
The Guernsey County Auditor Office will be closed Monday January 18, 2021 in observance of Martin Luther King day of service.
The Guernsey County Auditor Office will be closed Thursday and Friday, December 24th and 25th for the Christmas Holiday.
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, there is RESTRICTED PUBLIC ACESS to the Guernsey County Auditor’s Office. All visitors must have a face covering before entering and only ONE customer in our lobby at a time.
Due to the ongoing spread of the COVID-19 virus, and in consideration of the health, safety and well-being of the public and our employees, the Guernsey County Auditor Real Estate Office and Guernsey County Map Office will begin operating on a reduced public access protocol as of November 30, 2020, and until further notice.
The Guernsey County Auditor's Office sill be closed Thursday and Friday, November 26th and 27th for the Thanksgiving Holiday.
(Cambridge)- The 2020 Guernsey County Forfeited Land Sale scheduled for October 7, 2020, at the Pritchard Laughlin Civic Center has been cancelled due to safety concerns.
(Cambridge) – While all Guernsey County government offices remain in full operation, cautionary actions being taken because of the COVID-19 pandemic will result in some restrictions in public access.