Call the Clerk of Council, 40 Public Square, Mount Vernon, OH 43050 740-393-9517 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Compost Site: Thayer Road (just off S. R. 3 and 36 south of Mount Vernon). It is open Saturday, year round, 8 am to 4 pm -- and Wednesday from April to October, 8 am to 4 pm ......... or call 740-393-6703 for additional information. They also have some additional seasonal hours. Knox County
Knox County Recycling Center is located at 301 Columbus Road, Mount Vernon, OH - Call 740-393-2057. Open Mon. 10-5, Tues. – Fri. 8-5, Sat 8-12. – They have drop off containers available when they are not open.
Knox County Map Office, 117 East High Street, Mount Vernon, OH 43050 740-393-6752.
Knox County Health Department, 11660 Upper Gilchrist Road, Mount Vernon, OH 43050 740-392-2200 or email@example.com The Knox County Health Department houses birth and death records for the county, dating back to December 1908. If a person was born or has died in Knox County, the record is available from the vital statistics office. Only certified copies are available of birth and death records. There is a fee. Payment is due at time of request. There is a form to complete. Requests are fulfilled immediately. There is no waiting time. Knox County Health Department
Knox County Probate Court, 111 East High Street, Mount Vernon, OH 43050 740-393-6798.
Knox County Clerk of Courts, 117 East High Street, Mount Vernon, OH 43050 740-393-6788. Or at the local Post Office.
125 Fairgrounds Road, Mount Vernon, OH 740-397-0484
Knox County Board of Elections, 117 East High Street, Mount Vernon, OH 43050 740-393-6716. Board of Elections
111 South Mulberry Street, Mount Vernon, OH 43050 740-393-3367
The City does NOT issue “building” permits. We issue “Zoning” Permits. Mount Vernon does not have a residential building code. Commercial building code is regulated through the State of Ohio, Department of Commerce.
For City of Mount Vernon Codified Ordinances check here ... City Codes
Contact Engineering Department 740-393-9528 Click here for City Codes / Codified Ordinances ... See Sign Section 1175 City Codes
City Engineering Office, 40 Public Square, Mount Vernon, OH 43050 740-393-9528.
Click here for answers to questions. EMS Billing
Failure to attach w-2 and schedule .... Failure to advise of address change .... Failure to advise change marital status (name) .... Failure to sign return and send payment .... Failure to file declaration of estimate .... Failure to use proper wage figure on w-2 .... Failure to file return for the year taxpayer moves in or out of city .... Failure to check if resident address is actually inside city limits
The city has 90 days from the later of the date your taxes were due or the date your completed refund request is received to review your request. If your return is complete and approved, a refund check (payable to you) will be mailed to you. A refund request is not considered received unless it is complete and all the required information has been provided and the employer’s correct W-3 reconciliation form has been filed.
Yes, you should file your return by the due date whether or not you are able to pay the exact amount of tax that you owe. You will receive a bill for the unpaid taxes along with late payment penalty and interest charges. You may then contact the Tax Division to arrange for payment for the charges shown on the bill.
Yes, Mount Vernon is considered your domicile (i.e. you are eligible to vote in Mount Vernon, you file a State of Ohio tax return with a Mount Vernon address).
Because income is taxed first where it is earned, if your wages were earned in Mount Vernon, you would owe Mount Vernon tax on that basis and would not be due a refund merely because you live in Fredericktown (or any other municipality).
City withholding is based first upon the employee’s work location, and employers are required to withhold for the municipality.
No, a husband and wife, in any taxable year, may elect to file separately or jointly regardless of their federal or state filing status. At the municipal tax level, there is no advantage in filing separately.
Yes, all Mount Vernon residents age 18 and over are required to file a Mount Vernon income tax return, whether or not Mount Vernon tax has been fully withheld or paid to another community. Persons renting a house or apartment within the City of Mount Vernon are considered residents in most cases.
No. You are not required to file an income tax return with Mount Vernon, nor does Mount Vernon tax you on these types of income. However, you must file a one time Declaration of Exemption with us so we will not send you income tax returns in future years. If you should return to work, any earnings (other than retirement income) would be subject to Mount Vernon Income tax and you would be required to file an annual Mount Vernon income tax return.
The income tax rate is 1.50%. Generally gross income (including income which is deferred) and business net profits are taxable. Check our website for a list of taxable and non-taxable income. A list is also available from the Income Tax Division.
All Mount Vernon residents (age 18 and over) must file annual city income tax returns, whether or not Mount Vernon tax has been fully withheld or tax has been paid to another community. Retired residents with no earned income shall sign an exempt form. We have listed below a series of topics that represent basic facts about Mount Vernon’s Municipal Income Tax.
Call the City Park Office, 40 Public Square, Mount Vernon, OH 740-393-9577
Click Here for Job Postings and check that category in the list. If there are any job openings, the specific job description and test posting information will be posted in detail with all deadlines, etc. If you have any further questions, you may call 740-392-0775 or e mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Application for Employment
Contact Civil Service Administrator 740-392-0775.
If the situation is life threatening or there is a crime in progress, call 911. If you want to report a crime that has already occurred, report suspicious activity, have a non-emergency situation or have a question, call 740-397-2222.
Call City Code Enforcement Officer at 740-393-9400.
Mount Vernon City Code Enforcement Officer 740-393-9400 or email@example.com
Code Enforcement Officer - 740-393-9400 / firstname.lastname@example.org .... or ..... Knox County Health Department - 740-392-2200 or email@example.com
Contact Safety Service Department 393-9520 or firstname.lastname@example.org or click here and print form: Tree Planting or Removal Form
Monday - Friday ... 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (For holiday closings call 393-9520 or 393-9517)
U. S. Senate... U.S. Senate
Knox County Historical Society, 875 Harcourt Road, Mount Vernon, OH 43050 740-393-5247. ... Knox County Historical Society
Public Library of Mount Vernon and Knox County, 210 North Mulberry Street, Mount Vernon, OH 43050 740-392-2665. ... Library of Knox County and Mount Vernon
Knox Metro Housing, South Main Street, Mount Vernon, OH 43050 740-397-8787. This is the administration office for CDBG funds.
107 South Main Street, Mount Vernon, OH 43050 740-392-6102 – www.visitknoxohio.org ... Visitors Bureau
7 East Ohio Avenue, Mount Vernon, OH 43050 740-393-1111. Chamber of Commerce
16,990........... Census - Mount Vernon
Knox County Auditor, 117 East High Street, Mount Vernon, OH 43050 740-393-6750.
If you have paid your bill, you may have loss of service due to a depressurization (line break, hydrant fllushing, etc). Call the water office (740-393-9504) or the Mt Vernon PD (740-397-2222 off hours emergency). If you lose water for any period of time you will be under an advisory to boil your water for 24 hours. In that case if you would not receive a door card, you may look to the news media or radio station for notice.
As a security measure, the system will lock lock you out if multiple attempts are made with incorrect information. You may try again after 2 hours, or call the office for help (740-393-9504, Monday-Friday, 8-4).
Our website is www.mountvernonohio.org. Click here to access On-Line Payments When you input your registration information, please use account number with decimal points (example 01.2.3). When you input your service address it must match what is on your billing card (36 JONES DR Addresses in all caps, no punctuation for ST, DR, etc). Please make sure your billing information for your debit/credit card matches your BANK STATEMENT EXACTLY. Payments once accepted will put a hold on your account then be cleared at midnight the same day you process them.
Yes you can. After you pay your bill, you may make weekly-monthly or anytime payments by making partials in the office, via mail or on our webpay site.
Phone the police department at 740-397-2222. A department employee will be called out. You must be at the location to assist with the issue.