Tax Information


Everyone needs to file a return – if they owe tax or not. The only exception to the rule is any individual who does not have “taxable” income. For example, people who live and work in Fairport Harbor need to file, people who work outside of Fairport Harbor and reside in Fairport Harbor need to file, and any resident or non-resident who has scheduled (C,E,F) income within Fairport Harbor needs to file. Retirees who are truly retired and have no taxable income need to file an exemption.

Taxpayers can simply e-file returns at, or mail or fax to RITA the documents listed on the non-filing letter. (See links below). Call 440-526-0900 if you have questions.

10107 Brecksville Rd.
Brecksville, OH 44141

Municipal Income Tax

All persons earning income in the Village and businesses and residents with taxable income are subject to the 2% Municipal Income Tax. However, Fairport Harbor residents are granted a 100% credit for municipal income taxes paid to other communities up to 2%. Village residents with earned income must file an annual return with the Regional Income Tax Agency (R.I.T.A.), regardless of whether or not taxes are owed.

Call R.I.T.A. for questions regarding the payment of municipal income taxes and filing of returns at 1-800-860-7482.

Also, R.I.T.A. has the following e-services for residents and businesses:

  • R.I.T.A. E-File: A quick, easy and secure way to file your municipal income taxes online with R.I.T.A. :  Individuals  |  Business
  • R.I.T.A. E-Payment: A quick, easy and secure way of paying municipal income taxes online :
    Individuals  |  Business
  • R.I.T.A. E-Registration: A fast and simple electronic method to establish your municipal income taxes online. Click Here to be directed to RITA online account creation page.

For more information log on to or call 1-800-860-7482.

2018 RITA Forms (Regional Income Tax Agency)  Individuals   Businesses

If your tax year started on or after January 1, 2016 these new ordinances apply. However, if your tax year started before that date the previous ordinances are still in effect.

What Ordinances Apply to Me?

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