Budget Commission
In each county there is a County Budget Commission. The Auditor is the permanent Secretary of the Budget Commission, which also includes the County Treasurer and the Prosecuting Attorney. The County Auditor prepares estimates of all levies and presents these estimates to the Budget Commission. It is the responsibility of the Commission to annually review the tax budgets of all taxing districts within the county and to determine that all tax levies are properly authorized and allocated to local governments and libraries. The Budget Commission approves the distribution of the Local Government Fund and ensures that levy monies are collected and properly spent, and carry-over balances are monitored.
Meetings of the County Budget Commission demonstrate a well-placed emphasis on open government and open records. These open meetings reinforce a system of checks and balances where public officials can be held to fulfill their duties as stewards of taxpayer’s money.

Schedule B Forms

Cities - BVillages - BTownships - BSchool Districts - BCounty - BOther - BDuplicate Values
Cities 2010Villages 2010Townships 2010School Districts 2010County 2010Other 2010Duplicate 2010
Cities 2011Villages 2011Townships 2011School Districts 2011County 2011Other 2011Duplicate 2011
Cities 2012Villages 2012Townships 2012School Districts 2012County 2012Other 2012Duplicate 2012
Cities 2013Villages 2013Townships 2013School Districts 2013County 2013Other 2013Duplicate 2013
Cities 2014Villages 2014Townships 2014School Districts 2014County 2014Other 2014Duplicate 2014
Cities 2015Villages 2015Townships 2015School Districts 2015County 2015Other 2015Duplicate 2015
Cities 2016Villages 2016Townships 2016School Districts 2016County 2016Other 2016Duplicate 2016
Cities 2017Villages 2017Townships 2017School Districts 2017County 2017Other 2017Duplicate 2017
Cities 2018Villages 2018Townships 2018School Districts 2018County 2018Other 2018Duplicate 2018
Cities 2019Villages 2019Townships 2019School Districts 2019County 2019Other 2019Duplicate 2019
Cities 2020Villages 2020Townships 2020School Districts 2020County 2020Other 2020Duplicate 2020
Cities 2021Villages 2021Townships 2021School Districts 2021County 2021Other 2021Duplicate 2021

Political Subdivision Revenue Histories

If you have questions regarding the Budget Commission please call the Wayne County Auditor's Office at 330.287.5430

Budgetary Accounting


The Wayne County Auditor is responsible to account for the county monies received each year, and to issue warrants (checks) in payment of all of the County obligations. This includes the distribution of tax dollars from real estate, personal property, and manufactured homes to the subdivisions such as townships, villages, cities, school districts, libraries and fire districts.

The Auditor also distributes motor vehicle fees, gasoline taxes, estate taxes, and local government funds.

The Auditor is the paymaster for all county employees and is responsible for the preparation of the County's Annual Financial Report (CAFR).

Wayne County Annual Financial Report

2016 Financial Report2017 Financial Report2018 Financial Report2019 Financial Report2020 Financial Report

Expenditure Statements:

2017 Expenditure Statement
2018 Expenditure Statement
2019 Expenditure Statement
2020 Expenditure Statement
2021 Expenditure Statement

Revenue Statements:

2017 Revenue Statement
2018 Revenue Statement
2019 Revenue Statement
2020 Revenue Statement
2021 Revenue Statement

Fund Balances:

Fund Balances as of 12/31/2017
Fund Balances as of 12/31/2018
Fund Balances as of 12/31/2019
Fund Balances as of 12/31/2020
Fund Balances as of 03/31/2021

Unclaimed Funds:

  • The Wayne County Auditor holds unclaimed funds from warrants not redeemed and, in some cases, unclaimed estates from Probate Court. These funds are held for (5) years and then transferred into the General Fund.
  • View the Unclaimed Funds from 2016 to 2021 **Updated Sep 17th, 2021
  • In order for unclaimed funds to be released, a "claim form" must be completed.
  • Application to Claim Funds

Warrant Replacement:

To have a Warrant Replaced, the Department must present this completed and notarized Application to the Auditor's Office.

Application for Replacement Warrant

If you have questions regarding the information on this page please call the Wayne County Auditor's Office at 330.287.5430.