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City General Fund Revenues & Expenditures


The City of Parma receives a majority of its operating money from municipal income tax. Miscellaneous income includes interest earned, licenses, permits and fees. (67.60% Parma municipal income tax, 6.85% state shared taxes, 8% property tax, and 17.55% misc.)


Safety and Service department expenditures account for more than 65 percent of the city's general fund expenses. (54.96% for Safety, 10.72% for Service, 5.91% for Parks & Recreation and the senior center, 78% for public health and welfare, 25.59% for general government and 2.04% for the Building Department)

Property Tax Rates

The City of Parma has one of the lowest municipal portions of property tax rates in Cuyahoga County. Parma is the seventh largest city in Ohio and has the lowest budget of all major cities in Ohio.

The Parma real estate tax is 85.64 mills per $1,000 valuation. Of this amount, the City of Parma receives only 8.87% or $7.60 per $1,000 valuation. (Parma Schools receive 63.79%, Cuyahoga County receives 21.21%, City of Parma receives 8.87%, and the Cleveland Metroparks receives 6.13%)


Thomas Mastroianni

Contact Information
Office: 440-885-8812
Fax: 440-866-1070

Treasurer Thomas Mastroianni previously served as clerk of council for five years and as Ward 7 councilman for two years. He attended Cuyahoga Community College’s Western Campus and is a graduate of Kent State University with a degree in Justice Studies.

Prior to being appointed treasurer, he was a Parma business owner for 15 years. Mastroianni is active with today’s youth, being one of the co-founders of the Anthony Zielinski Leadership for Tomorrow Program. This program helps educate local fourth-grade students about municipal government and what they can do to play an active role in local government.

Tom is married to Kelly Schurdell Mastroianni and lives on Maplewood Drive.


Parma City Hall
6611 Ridge Road


Monday - Friday. 
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.



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