The Montgomery County Auditor serves as secretary for the following public boards, commissions and councils:
Board of Revision
The Board of Revision (BOR) is a three person quasi-judicial board comprised of a member from the offices of the County Auditor, the County Treasurer, and the Board of County Commissioners. The BOR is responsible for conducting hearings to determine the Fair Market Value of property and to process expedited tax foreclosures.
The Board of Revision holds a regular organizational meeting annually at 10 am on the second Monday in January. Regular Board of Revision hearings take place between 8 am to 5 pm every working day of the week throughout the year, unless otherwise stated on this webpage. The Board meets in the hearing room on the third floor of the Montgomery County Administration Building, however, parties are requested to attend via Zoom Video Conference. For more information about the Board of Revision, please visit the BOR web page.
Automatic Data Processing Board
The Data Processing Board is responsible for approving the acquisition of all software, hardware and technology services by county departments. The Data Processing Board is made up of elected and appointed leaders from throughout county government.
The Data Processing Board holds an organization meeting annually at 9 am on the second Monday in January. Its other regular meetings are then held at 9 am on the second Wednesday of every other month. Data Processing Board meetings take place in the sixth floor conference room at the Montgomery County Administration Building. For more information, please visit the Data Processing Board web page.
Tax Incentive Review Councils
Tax Incentive Review Councils (TIRCs) for Montgomery County's many jurisdictions meet annually to determine if the businesses and individuals who have entered into property tax exemption agreements are meeting certain requirements, such as job-creation pledges. Each council then makes a recommendation to the jurisdiction's elected body about whether those agreements should be continued. Each council is made up of community members as well as representatives from local governments such as townships, cities, schools and libraries.
The TIRCs meet annually in March in the third floor conference room at the Montgomery County Administration Building.
The Budget Commission is a three-member commission including the County Auditor, Prosecuting Attorney, and Treasurer. The Budget Commission meets to determine the county's distribution of the Ohio Local Government Fund and Public Library Fund. It also has authority to review the tax budgets of local jurisdictions and determine that tax levies are properly authorized.
By statute, the Budget Commission meets on the first Monday in February and the first Monday in August. These meetings are held at 9:30 a.m. Traditionally in Montgomery County, these meetings serve to schedule a full meeting on a later date in August. Budget Commission meetings take place in the third floor conference room at the Montgomery County Administration Building.
Board of Revision: 2024 BOR hearings began on February 10. The BOR meets every working day between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. in the BOR Hearing Room on the 3rd floor of the County Administration Building.
Data Processing Board: Wednesday, March 13 at 9:00 a.m. in the County Administration Building's 6th floor conference room.
TIRC Meetings: The City of Dayton's TIRC will meet on Tuesday, March 5 at 9 a.m. and the TIRCs for other jurisdictions will meet at 10 a.m. on Thursday, March 14. These meetings will be held in the 3rd floor conference room in the County Administration Building.
Public Meeting Notice Policy
This webpage shall serve as a reasonable method for members of the public to determine the time and place of regular meetings, as well as the time, place and purpose of special and emergency meetings, of the public bodies mentioned above. The Auditor's Office will update this webpage with this meeting information.
The Auditor's Office will email notice of special meetings at least 24 hours in advance to the news outlets which have requested such notice. If a member or members convene an emergency meeting, that member or members must immediately email notice to those media outlets.
Members of the public can request direct advance notice of public meetings hosted by these bodies by emailing the Auditor, by calling 937-225-6372, or by writing to the Montgomery County Auditor's Office, 451 W Third Street, Dayton, OH 45422.