Don't Forget The New Deadline For City Taxes Coming Soon
In March when Gov. Mike DeWine was telling Ohioans to stay home, the deadline to submit city income taxes was extended to July 15. With the warmer weather, restaurants and retail reopening, and some activities resuming, it's easy to forget that taxes are due if they were not filed by the initial deadline this past April. As a safety measure to prevent people from congregating and waiting in long lines, the Parma Tax Department will continue to help residents prepare city taxes via mail. A resident can mail a tax return to: Parma Tax Department, 6611 Ridge Road, Parma, Ohio 44129. A W-2, along with other information needed to prepare city taxes, should be included in the envelope. The Tax Department will then mail the completed tax return back to the resident and will indicate if any further action is required.
Residents have the option to prepare city taxes themselves by visiting the Tax Department’s new E-File system: www.web2.civicacmi.com/ParmaTax, or www.cityofparma-oh.gov/en-US/Taxation and clicking on the Tax Connect Online link. Residents need to know their active city tax account numbers to use the system.
Finally, residents can still drop off their tax documents and payments, but the Tax Department will only collect the documents and not prepare taxes in person for the safety of the public and staff. For more information, residents can call the Tax Department, 440-885-8045, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Carolyn J. Kovach
Director of Communications, City of Parma, Mayor's Office