Welcome to the Grant County Property Valuation Website

Welcome to the Grant County Property Valuation Administrator’s Website! We are excited to offer this service to you! Please feel free to use all aspects of this office and reach out to us if you have any questions or concerns! You can call our office at (859)824-6511, send us a message from this site in our “contact us” tab or reach out to us on our facebook page.

 


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COVID-19 RESPONSE

The Grant County Property Valuation Administrator’s office’s mission is to continue to serve our community to the best of our ability but also do what’s best for our staff and the community that we serve. After meeting with all of the other county official’s and the recommendations made by Governor Beshear’s office, we announce the following changes to our office in response to COVID-19:

Our hours will be temporarily changed during the week from 8:00am – 5:00pm to 8:00am – 4:00pm and closed on Saturday’s. The office will be closed to the public during this time. We will continue to work with everyone on their assessments and all other unique needs that you may have, but we will do so over the phone, email, fax, our website, and social media (facebook and twitter).

These changes are effective on March 17, 2020 at 4:00pm. We continue to strive to meet your needs and will try our best to do everything that we can to help our community stay safe and healthy. We appreciate your support and apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause you during this period of time. We hope that with these measures taken, we can help fight the spread of COVID-19.

Thank you,

Eli

Meet Eli Anderson, Grant County PVA

Eli was born the youngest of three siblings, on a farm in Corinth where he developed a strong work ethic. He learned great Customer Service from the best, for over 5 years at Bruce’s Grocery! Eli is married to his High School sweetheart Mackenzie. They currently reside in Williamstown with their young son, Baylor. Eli learned how to do more with less while working his way through college by doing everything from working third shift at a plastics factory to being a teller at the local bank. As an 11th generation Grant Countian and lifelong resident, he wants to see Grant County grow and flourish like his young son! Eli looks forward to working hard with his staff of dedicated deputies to ensure that your assessments are fair and equitable!