Mike Kovack

Mike Kovack
Medina County Auditor
144 N. Broadway St, Medina, OH 44256
(330) 725-9754


Auditor's Office in the News


About the Auditor

All Searches


Calculate Tax

County Information

Delinquent Tax List

Download Data

Economic Development


Foreclosure Help





Photo Gallery


Sheriff Sales

Storm Damage

Tax Information

Unclaimed Funds



Additional Links:
Legal/Bid Notices

Other Auditors





























































































Recent: Chocolate Fest Cooking Contest Top Dog Contest Winners Popular Annual Financial Report Press Releases Weekly Report January Newsletter

Auditor Kovack's Friday Update


January 30, 2015

 Quick Links

Dog Licenses Due!


Weekly County Finances

2015 Taxes Online

Sheriff Sales

of Real Estate


Employment Opportunities

Adopt a Pet




Highland Local Schools Need

 Bus Drivers!

Highland Local Schools is now accepting applications for bus drivers. Three openings are available and one is immediate. Please call (330) 239-1901 ext. 1219 if you are interested!



Medina Community Band to Appear at
2015 OMEA Conference

The Medina Community Band, under the baton of Marcus Neiman, has been selected to perform as a featured ensemble at the 2015 Ohio Music Education Association Professional Conference to be held in Cleveland on Friday, February 6th, at 3:45 pm in the Cleveland Convention Center Ballroom.  The concert is free & open to the public. For more info see Medina Band.


Brunswick Whit & Whimsey

"Sam" Boyer writes a column for the Sun News each week about the goings on in Brunswick.  Read it HERE.



Lodi Couple Hopes to Keep Bear

Debbie Gillium just wants her pet bear, named Archie, to be able to live out his days in peace at her home in Lodi.  but the Ohio Department of Agriculture is threatening to take the 40-year-old bear and relocate it out of state.  Read the full story in
The Gazette.


State Ends Cloverleaf Fiscal Watch

After 11 years under the eye of state auditors, representatives of the state auditor's office gave Cloverleaf Schools high marks for its finances last week and disbanded a board appointed in 2012 to oversee the district's finances.  See the full story in The Gazette.



The 21st Annual Medina Ice Festival

The Medina Ice Festival will be held Friday February 13 through Monday February 16. There will be speed carving, lighting of the Fire & Ice Tower, Individuals Competition and Team Competition.

Click HERE for a detailed list of events and times.



Free FAFSA Workshop

Lodi CARES is offering information and help with the FAFSA online and printed version for career centers, trade schools and colleges. This is the form necessary to get financial assistance to attend school.  Traditional and Non-Traditional students are welcome. This event is taking place February 12 at 6:30pm at the Lodi Library. Click HERE for more information and to register. 


Tax bills have been mailed and are due Friday, February 13th.  Questions?  Feel free to call my office at 330-725-9754.  Are you a farmer in the CAUV program?  Make sure to return your applications as soon as possible.  And finally, dog licenses are due to be renewed no later than Monday, February 2nd.  After that date a $10 fine is applied.  Also, the Animal Shelter may issue fines for an unlicensed dog.  Make sure to get yours today!

Mike Kovack

If what you have done is unjust, you have not succeeded.
Thomas Carlyle


Lodi American Legion Fish Fry

Don't miss Lodi American Legion Post 523's all you can eat fish fry tonight, Friday, January 30th from 5:30-7:30 pm at the Legion Hall, 120 Bank Street.  Fish dinners are $7.75 and chicken strip dinners $6.75 and include cole slaw and a choice of fries, onion rings or hush puppies.  Side orders of butterfly shrimp ($4.00), green beans ($3.75) and cheese sticks ($2.75) are also available.  For more info call 330-948-1523.


Rick & Jim's Big Valentine Show  https://files.ctctcdn.com/8bb71c76201/f8618782-6980-4476-a152-c8e5157671e3.jpg

Join Rick & Jim for another show full of hijinks, laughter, singing & dancing!  7:30 pm on Fri., Jan. 30th and Sat., Jan. 31st at the County Admin Bldg., 144 N. Broadway St. in Medina.  Tickets $10 and $5 for children 10 & under. Chuck Peery III, Angela Rudolph, Kristina Barrett, Aleece Roach & Mason Zielinski along with Medina Centre for Dance Art and the Claggett Middle School Choir ensure this will be a good time for all!


Stand Up for Downs  https://files.ctctcdn.com/8bb71c76201/c32c4a6d-48ba-40e1-8b52-0dbeeeefaa81.jpg

Stand Up for Downs is a standup comedy event on Saturday, January 31st. It will be held in the basement of the Main Street Café and tickets are $15 at standupfordowns.org. There will be two shows- 7:30pm and 9:30pm- featuring local comics Josh Woma and Ryan Dalton and 10 year-old Charlie Snow.


Chocolate Dessert Contest! https://files.ctctcdn.com/8bb71c76201/7638333d-cc83-4834-ba69-64d3313789ba.png 

Do you have a killer chocolate dessert recipe? Want to be recognized as the best cook in Medina?  Or just want to support Medina Red Cross?  Whatever the reason enter the Decadent Chocolate Dessert Contest!  There are 6 categories of prizes from Professional cooks to preschool bakers!  It's a great way to bond with your kids!  See the registration form HERE! Fax it to 855-851-5911 or e-mail it to ckerr@buehlers.com.  Thanks to Medina River Styx Buehlers for sponsoring the contest!


 Lafayette Township Fire Department https://files.ctctcdn.com/8bb71c76201/ab4393bf-5ddf-4d36-a476-76174bbb09b1.jpg

Annual Pancake Breakfast

Annual "All You Can Eat" Breakfast
Every Sunday in February
February 1st, 8th, 15th, & 22nd

Time: 8:30am - 1:00pm

Where: Lafayette Twp. Fire Station 2
5834 Heather Hedge Drive
Chippewa Lake, OH


Costs: $10.00 Adults
$7.00 Seniors (65 or older)
$5.00 Kids (Ages 3-8)
Free (Kids under 2)  

Menu Includes: Pancakes, Sausage, Eggs, Bacon, Sausage Gravy & Biscuits, Juice, Coffee, and our Customer Favorite: Crepes 


The History of Chocolatehttps://files.ctctcdn.com/8bb71c76201/0d4a6cc4-fe8b-4a28-98f3-3a122549604b.jpg 

Join the Wadsworth Library for "The History of Chocolate: From Bean to Bar" on Monday February 2nd at 6pm. A chief from Fannie Mae and Harry London Chocolates will present  the history and process of making chocolates.  Free samples will be available. 


Preregistration is required. Call (330) 335-1294 to register or for more information.


Red Cross Chocolate Festival https://files.ctctcdn.com/8bb71c76201/144fa9e3-8c5d-45df-9b38-878046327370.png

Join the American Red Cross of Medina County and The JM Smucker Company at the 18th annual "For the Love of Chocolate" Festival Saturday,

February 7, 11 am - 3 pm at the Performing Arts Center at Medina High School, 851 Weymouth Road.  Tickets are only $10.  Select from 40 chocolatiers, sample the delicious bake sale, find unique Valentine's Day gifts, visit Candyland for kids, compete in the Oreo Stacking Contest, & more! Proceeds help local families prevent, prepare for and cope with emergencies. Get presale tickets at a $1 discount at all Drug Mart and Buehler's Stores! See you there!


Wadsworth's First Radio Station!      https://files.ctctcdn.com/8bb71c76201/0b35ad37-d203-41a1-8c70-1d0ded858af2.jpg

Wadsworth Community Radio will begin broadcasting their live morning show with Matt & Tina on Monday February 9th! The morning show will run Monday through Friday from 6-9am and will eventually include news, weather, sports as well as several special features throughout the week. You can listen now to their 1,000+ classic hits from the 70's and 80's by following HERE


From the Heart Scholarship Dinner

Made your Valentines Day plans yet? Consider the From the Heart Scholarship Dinner at The Center Café at the Medina County Career Center on February 14th. Three different seatings to choose from:

4:30pm- Sunset Seating

6:15pm- Classic Seating

8:00pm-Candlelight Seating


Tickets are $50 per person. Check out the menu below and call Cherl Rozhon for reservations at (330) 725-8461 ext.119 or email her at czrozhon@mcjvs.edu  



Page visits today