December 23, 2014

Map of Ohio Budget Cuts

Position cursor over a county to see the amount of cuts in state funding that each county’s local government and school districts will experience in fiscal year 2013, compared to fiscal year 2011, prior to the state budget’s enactment.

Adams $1,881,333 Allen $8,831,227 Ashland $5,370,076 Ashtabula $10,878,309 Athens $6,052,598 Auglaize $5,646,366 Belmont $6,863,233 Brown $2,581,983 Butler $31,215,901 Carroll $2,114,823 Champaign $3,953,080 Clark $14,989,503 Clermont $17,101,652 Clinton $5,000,241 Columbiana $8,665,970 Coshocton $4,861,008 Crawford $5,664,415 Cuyahoga $229,300,753 Darke $4,937,298 Defiance $3,730,073 Delaware $13,804,282 Erie $11,621,793 Fairfield $9,657,890 Fayette $2,667,301 Franklin $174,046,944 Fulton $6,064,287 Gallia $2,733,927 Geauga $11,497,632 Greene $16,871,594 Guernsey $3,752,289 Hamilton $135,987,309 Hancock $9,386,634 Hardin $2,518,098 Harrison $1,738,330 Henry $4,058,446 Highland $3,033,054 Hocking $2,009,516 Holmes $3,053,414 Huron $6,998,596 Jackson $2,742,631 Jefferson $8,320,036 Knox $4,867,500 Lake $37,861,702 Lawrence $3,601,554 Licking $14,022,439 Logan $5,678,275 Lorain $39,207,383 Lucas $70,380,367 Madison $3,994,535 Mahoning $28,220,625 Marion $7,113,847 Medina $19,589,843 Meigs $2,035,653 Mercer $5,061,455 Miami $12,390,277 Monroe $1,845,758 Montgomery $71,916,596 Morgan $979,021 Morrow $3,302,400 Muskingum $8,582,300 Noble $1,202,857 Ottawa $6,436,041 Paulding $1,557,183 Perry $2,714,305 Pickaway $5,592,313 Pike $2,101,083 Portage $18,970,358 Preble $3,727,930 Putnam $3,995,438 Richland $14,543,813 Ross $6,061,968 Sandusky $7,971,467 Scioto $3,671,765 Seneca $6,145,731 Shelby $6,313,579 Stark $44,551,301 Summit $78,915,475 Trumbull $22,725,037 Tuscarawas $8,080,035 Union $6,003,704 Van Wert $2,931,973 Vinton $947,571 Warren $19,165,698 Washington $7,772,983 Wayne $12,525,058 Williams $5,143,935 Wood $15,412,583 Wyandot $2,281,769 Meigs $2,035,653 Lawrence $3,601,554 Highland $3,033,054 Pickaway $5,592,313 Perry $2,714,305 Lucas $70,380,367 Wood $15,412,583 Lorain $39,207,383 Columbiana $8,665,970 Delaware $13,804,282

Budget Cut Components:

  • Education Cuts – This reflects the difference in K-12 foundation funding between FY 11 and FY 13, including the elimination of State Fiscal Stabilization Funds (SFSF) and accelerated phase-out of Tangible Personal Property (TPP) & KiloWatt Hour(KWH) tax reimbursements. Title 1 & IDEA reductions are not included.
  • Local Government Funds – This reflects the cuts that local governments in each county will experience as a result of the 50% cut to the local government fund as part of HB 153.
  • Estate Tax Elimination – This reflects the impact of the elimination of the estate tax on local governments, based on collections in FY 2009. Because of the implementation date set in HB 153, these numbers represent revenue lost in half a fiscal year. In future years this cut number will be larger.
  • TPP and SB 3 Phase Out – This reflects the impact of the accelerated phase-out of TPP & KWH (SB3) replacement revenue from the state to counties as enacted in HB 153. This does not include TPP & KWH phase-out for townships, municipalities and special districts.