Genoa Township receives the majority of its revenue funding from property taxes assessed by the Delaware County Auditor and collected by the Delaware County Treasurer.

Genoa Township does not collect income tax. Speak to a tax professional regarding Ohio HB 110 "work from home" refunds for income tax withheld by the principal place of work municipality.
The Township is divided into three primary taxing districts corresponding to the three school districts located in Genoa. Unlike various municipalities and school districts in Ohio, townships are not statutorily permitted to enact an income tax.
For 2021, Genoa Township’s combined effective tax millage rate before the calculation of any property tax credits was $15.68 per $1,000 of assessed property tax valuation (not market valuation).

Residents passed a new Parks Levy in addition to a renewal and decrease of the Police and Fire Levies in November 2020, a replacement and increase Roads & Bridges Levy in November 2019 and a ten-year bond levy to construct a new police station in November 2018.  Learn more about each levy 2020 Police, Fire & Parks Levies, Road Levy,  and Police Station Bond Levy.

2021 Rates of Taxation
Rates are expressed in dollars and cents on each one thousand dollars of tax value.
Tax Districts Genoa Township Delaware County Schools JVS Library Total Eff. Rate Res/Ag Eff. Rate Com/Ind
Big Walnut 15.68 8.67 42.33 3.2 1 70.88 57.367581 60.539116
Olentangy 15.68 8.67 92.20 3.2 1 120.75 80.425403 90.987656
Westerville 15.68 8.67 84.86 0 2 111.21 74.376680 85.081654

  1. Big Walnut School District also imposes an additional school district income tax.

  2. Genoa Township's combined property tax millage is allocated to support the Police, Fire, EMS, Roads & Bridges, Zoning, Parks, and Administration Departments.

Genoa Township was awarded an AAA Bond Rating by S&P Global in 2019.