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TRAFFIC CONVICTIONS ARE REPORTED TO THE BUREAU OF MOTOR VEHICLES AND BECOME PART OF YOUR DRIVING RECORD.
Tickets can be paid online, in person by checkingthe box indicating your plea, signing the ticket and remitting cash, acertified check, a money order or a credit card payment to the Dispatcherwindow at City Hall, 1016 Grandview Avenue, Grandview Heights, Ohio 43212, orby mailing the ticket with the boxchecked and your signature with the proper form of payment to the same address.Do not mail cash. Failure to timely pay a ticket that is not being contestedmay result in a bench warrant for failing to appear
Yes, Grandview Heights has mandatory filing. All individuals 18 years or older that resided in Grandview Heights for any part of the year must file a city tax return by April 15th (Exception – Retirees see #2). Businesses must also file returns if they have sales, payroll, or property in the City during the taxable year. Non-residents working in Grandview Heights are not required to file unless their city tax withholding is less than 2.5%.
Yes, there is still mandatory filing even with no tax liability due to Grandview Heights. This is important because many residents work outside Grandview Heights and now have zero tax liability due to the new 100% tax credit as of 1/1/17. Mandatory filing is necessary to maximize income tax revenue via auditing, and it is required by RITA.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Prior to 2017, Grandview Heights allowed up to a 2.25% tax credit.