Finance Department

2018 City Income Tax Refund Application 

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Financial Information

5 Year Capital 2017 – 2021 (click here)

Budget vs Actual Expenditures for 2014-2017


Pursuant to Sections 117.26 and 117.27 of the Ohio Rev. Code, this electronic transmission contains the filing of a certified copy of the audit report (and any associated documents) for City of Macedonia.

The audit report is in PDF file format and can be downloaded by pointing and clicking on the following link:

View Audit Report Documents

or you can click the following link and search for “City of Macedonia” to view this and previous year’s audits:

If you have difficulties viewing any of the files, please click here to open a support request with the Auditor of State Audit Release HelpDesk.

Thank you for working with the Auditor of State’s Office, and please let me know if we can be of further assistance to you.


Dave Yost
Auditor of State

Click on the link below to contact us.

For general inquiries please


The Finance Director serves as trustee of the City’s unclaimed funds, and processes

valid claims upon receipt of a notarized claim form. The Finance Director’s Office is

responsible for making a list available to residents.



Income Tax payments should be mailed to:

P.O. Box 477900
Broadview Hts., Ohio 44147-7900
(Payable to R.I.T.A.)

All other payments:

City of Macedonia
Finance Department
9691 Valley View Road
Macedonia, Ohio 44056
(Payable to The City of Macedonia)

The City of Macedonia will no longer accept payments via our lockbox @ The Fifth Third Bank.

The Finance Director is the city’s chief fiscal and accounting officer. The director ensures the smooth operation of the Finance Department. The department is responsible for the financial affairs of the city, including the keeping and supervision of all city accounts and the custody and disbursement of all city funds and monies.


The City of Macedonia prepares a 5 year Financial Plan.
Click the link(s) below to review each yearly plan.

Download the 2008 five year plan here.

Download the 2007 five year plan here.

Download the 2006 five year plan here.


The City’s tax rate is 2.5%. Residents receive 100% credit for income taxes paid to other cities up to 2.5% of their income taxable by the City of Macedonia.  Residents of the city of Macedonia are eligible for a .25% tax refund for any city income tax paid equal to or greater than 2.5% of city income taxes collected from the resident.  A resident is not eligible for a refund of city income taxes from the City of Macedonia if the amount of total city income taxes paid to a Municipality other than the City of Macedonia is greater than or equal to 2.5 percent of their taxable income.

R.I.T.A administers and collects all income taxes and will serve as an Agent of the City in this capacity.

All payments for municipal income taxes, for current or prior tax years are to be sent to R.I.T.A. and not to the City of Macedonia. All checks or money orders are to be made payable to Regional Income Tax Agency (R.I.T.A.).

If you are an employer located within the City and are required to withhold the municipal income tax, the 2004 tax withholding forms will be mailed to you in the near future. If you have an existing account with RITA and are already remitting withholding taxes for another RITA municipality, simply add the Macedonia withholding tax payment to the RITA Form 11.

All Income Tax payments should be remitted to the following address:

P.O.Box 477900
Broadview Hts. Ohio 44147-7900

Please include your Social Security Number or Federal Identification Number on all checks, money orders or correspondence.

If you would like to get copies of our forms prior to any mailing, they may be downloaded at our web site at

If you have any questions regarding your City income tax or R.I.T.A. please contact us at (440) 526-0900 or 1-800-860-7482.  For TDD (Telecommunication Device for the Deaf) assistance, (440)-526-5332.