Current Agricultural Use Valuation Program
The County Auditor is responsible for administering the Current Agricultural Use Valuation (C.A.U.V.) program and the Agricultural District Program. These two pieces of legislation help agricultural producers deal with water and sewer assessments, nuisance lawsuits, and the power of eminent domain.
The C.A.U.V. program ensures that qualified agricultural producing properties (those of either 10 acres or more, or with a minimum income of $2,500 per year) are appraised based on production rates calculated by the State of Ohio (not on the land's market value). A one-time $25.00 application fee and a yearly renewal are required.
- CAUV Application (DTE Form 109) - Initial Application for the Valuation of land in accordance with its Current Agricultural Use
- CAUV Property Transfer Form (DTE Form 102) - Current Agricultural Use Valuation Property Transfer Form
- CAUV Renewal Application (DTE Form 109A) - Renewal application for the Valuation of land in accordance with its Current Agricultural Use
Please visit our Forms page for various other Agricultural & Woodland property related applications and documents.