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.
Open Inspection Period:
We have sent out notices (April 14th) to those property owners whose real estate property assessment has increased for the 2022 tax year. These assessments are based on the statutory real estate market condition as of January 1st, 2022. Please be on the look out for these notices and please feel free to give our office a call regarding your real estate property’s assessment regardless if you receive a notice or not at 859-824-6511 or feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
The open inspection period is formally opened on Monday, May 2nd and closed on Monday, May 16th. We are open for business Monday through Friday 8:00am until 5:00pm and on Saturday’s 9:00am until noon. If after meeting with our office over your property’s assessment, you still feel that the assessment is not fair, you can file to appeal your real estate property’s assessment with the local tax appeals board. The last day to file the necessary paperwork with the County Clerk’s office is on May 17th which is one day after open inspection closes. You do have to have a conference with our office first before filing any paperwork for an appeal with the County Clerk’s office.
Increased Vehicle Values:
Just received great news and wanted to immediately share! Following the Executive Order issued by Governor Andy Beshear yesterday, all car values will be lowered down to their 2021 assessed values for 2022 and 2023 tax years. This is a reverse of the January 6th Department of Revenue memo that raised motor vehicle assessed values. February 27th the state will update their system and make assessment changes to any/all unpaid and future vehicle assessments. This change will be reflected on all renewals for April and all of the months following. Any vehicle paid with the higher assessment will have a refund that will go through a centralized refund process headed by Frankfort. In the meantime, please call or come to our office to ensure that your assessment is correct for the 2021 tax assessment or to legally lower further that assessment based on milage, condition and age of the vehicle. I want to also take a moment to thank those that have helped our office along with us in getting a resolution to this issue. I want to thank our State Representative Savannah Maddox for her efforts in the house on this issue and to always answer the phone when I called about it, County Clerk Tabatha Clemons who helped raise awareness of this issue from her office’s perspective and the deputies of my office and the County Clerk’s office who worked lock step together to help the taxpayers of Grant County.