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Had W-2 only income and lived and worked within Whitehall corporate limits, or Had W-2 only income and worked outside of the City. If this is your situation, you must send in a copy or copies of W-2's after filing electronically. File Online
-You may make your payment anytime, any day, 24/7.-The Whitehall Income Tax division receives instant notification of your payment and will post it to your account the next business day. For each payment, you will receive a confirmation number and an email confirmation will be sent to you. Pay Online
For assistance in preparing your City of Whitehall return, please visit the Office of the Auditor, 360 S. Yearling Road in Whitehall. Office hours are 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. For assistance over the phone, please call (614) 237-9803 during office hours. We are happy to help you with all of your income tax questions. Ohio Benefit Bank
This question is being decided in the courts. You can fill out and file a Non-Resident Employee Refund Application Form to request the refund, and the City of Whitehall will hold the refund request until a final court decision is made. Make sure to complete the entire form, including checking the box at the top to indicate the request is related to COVID-19.
It’s not clear right now when a final ruling will be made. The court case was filed in July 2020 and is still in its early stages. (The Buckeye Institute v. City of Columbus Auditor, 20 CV 004301, Franklin County Common Pleas Court)
When a final ruling is made, the City of Whitehall will either issue the refund (if that’s the decision) or notify you that you are not eligible to receive the refund due to the court ruling.
Remember that even if you are able to receive a refund of the tax withheld for your workplace city, you will likely owe that tax, or some portion of it to your residence community if that community has a tax. If you have, an outstanding tax debt owed to the City of Whitehall the refund will used to offset this debt.
The City of Whitehall does not accept paper applications or resumes. All job applications must be submitted electronically through NEOGOV. View open positions here.
For anyone without computer or internet access, please visit a local library to submit your application.
*Subject to change with collective bargaining agreement and/or administrative code changes
The City offices are closed for eight holidays each year. They include: New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving (and the Friday after), Christmas Day. There may be additional holidays observed by each of the bargaining units.
The open-air picnic shelters at John Bishop Park and Lamby Lane Park are available to rent May through September. Reservations can be may starting February 1 of the same year. Please visit our Facility Rental page for rules and pricing. Whitehall Parks and Recreation does not have any indoor facilities.
The Parks and Recreation Department runs the Whitehall Senior Center, a community amenity for all residents 55 and older. Membership dues are $10 per year. Learn more about the Senior Center and view a calendar of activities on our Senior Center page here. Please contact the Senior Center directly for more information at 614-582-1813.
The youth sports leagues in Whitehall are all independent organizations. Whitehall Parks and Recreation supports the Whitehall Youth Athletic Association (baseball and softball) and the Whitehall Bantam Football League (football and cheer) with facility usage. Both leagues play in John Bishop Park.
Whitehall Parks and Recreation operates a splashpad in John Bishop Park (adjacent to Rosemore Middle School). It is a gated and attended facility. Please see our Splashpad at John Bishop Park page for more details.