Jefferson County Tax Division

2018 TAX BILLS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PAYMENT PLANS BEGINNING ON TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 2019.

County Attorney Tax Employees

Our Jefferson County Attorney's Office Tax Team collected more than $12.5 million in 2018, bringing in money that is used for services including fire protection, education and other essential government services. 

2018 tax bills are paid to the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office from November 1, 2018 through April 15, 2019.  Please visit the Jefferson County Sheriff's site to view and pay your 2018 tax bill beginning November 1, 2018 through April 15, 2019.

To determine your current DELIQUENT property tax, please use the Jefferson County Clerk's Taxmaster site.

To review your home's assessment, please visit the Jefferson County PVA site. 

FOR DELINQUENT TAX INFORMATION, INCLUDING PAYMENT PLANS, click here

 

AUTHORIZATION: The Jefferson County Attorney is statutorily required to administer and collect the delinquent ad valorem real and personal property taxes for property located within Louisville Metro pursuant to KRS Chapter 134 by agreement with the Kentucky Department of Revenue. These duties include assisting the Jefferson County Property Valuation Administration in Tax Assessment Appeals, working with the Jefferson County Sheriff and Jefferson County Clerk on all matters tax, and overseeing the collection, sale and foreclosure of delinquent tax certificates. The efforts are all part of meeting the Kentucky Constitutional Duty to impose tax for the support of our schools, communities, fire districts and governmental partners.

 

 

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