215 South Mill St., Louisville, OH 44641
Phone (330) 875-3434 Fax (330) 875-9091
Finance Director Jina Turowski (ext 206)
Income Tax Administrator Laurie Tournoux (ext 210)
Utilities Pam Williams (ext 208)
Payroll & Accounts Payable Claudia Sell (ext 209)
Accounts Receivable Amy Brown (ext 200)
click to viewMonthly Finance Report
The City of Louisville Finance Department received the State Auditor's Award With Distinction, for excellence in financial reporting, receiving clean audit reports, and for representing the highest level of financial accountability and service to the public.
The City also has an 18-year history of receiving the Government Finance Officers Association's national award for excellence in financial reporting. Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports (CAFR) are available in PDF format on the State Auditor's website.
Income Tax (see City Government/Forms for all tax forms)
The City of Louisville's income tax is governed and administered by Chapter 191 of City Ordinance 1174, which was originally passed on December 29, 1958, and the Internal Revenue Code. Louisville income tax is levied at 2% of all salaries, wages, commissions and other compensations earned by residents and nonresidents, sixteen years of age or older, for labor performed or services rendered within Louisville's City limits. Income tax revenue comprises 69% of the funding for general City operations.
The City of Louisville provides water, sewer and storm water utilities to residents and business owners. Utilities are billed bi-monthly (6 times a year), in arrears, based on consumption. Utility payments are due on the 20th of the month in which bills are sent. A 10% penalty is charged on past due bills. NSF fee is $30.
SHUT-OFFS: Water service disconnected due to non-payment, can be restored Mon.-Fri. from 7:30AM to 2:30PM, upon receipt of full amount due. Reconnect fee is $40 when paid by 2:00PM on shut-off day, or $100 thereafter.
The City of Louisville accepts cash, check, money orders, Visa, Mastercard, and Discover. Automatic payments may also be set up on Direct Debit Authorization, which allows funds to be deducted from your bank account on the 15th of your billing month (or prior business day when the 15th falls on a weekend or bank holiday).
RENTERS: All utility bills are sent to the property owners; tenants do not receive utility bills.
Click to download forms: Application for Utility Service or Temporary Shut-Off Request
High bills? Leak Checks City crews cannot check your plumbing system for leaks. If you think you may have a leak, try the following techniques to isolate a problem.
* Read meter to make sure meter read coincides with billed reading.
* Read meter before you leave for an extended period and when you return to see if water has been used.
* Turn water off at your main valve for several hours. When you turn it back on, you should not hear a "rush" of water. If you do, you have lost water in your system indicating a leak.
* Click here for List of Current, Licensed Plumbers.
A/P, A/R, Payroll Customers and Vendors: Please send all invoices and payments directly to the Finance Department, 215 S. Mill St., Louisville, OH 44641.