PROPERTY APPEALS DEADLINE EXTENDED TO MAY 29TH AT 4:00 p.m.

PRESS RELEASE

May 14, 2015

Contact:

Colleen Younger

Chief of Staff

502-574-6357

cyounger@jeffersonpva.ky.gov

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

JEFFERSON COUNTY PVA EXTENDS PROPERTY APPEAL DEADLINE TO MAY 29TH @ 4:00 p.m.

AND ADDS PVA STAFF TO ASSIST RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIAL OWNERS AT TWO LOCAL LIBRARIES.

Louisville, KY (May 14, 2015) – The Jefferson County PVA office is extending the property appeal deadline to May 29th @ 4:00 p.m. This gives property owners an additional 8 days to file a property appeal.  The PVA has also expanded staff assistance to include two public library locations.  The PVA will now have staff on hand at The Crescent Hill and Highlands/Shelby Park Libraries to assist residential property owners in completing the PVA online property appeal.

Lindauer says, “We want to make sure that property owners have ample opportunity to appeal their property value, if they so choose.  Our office is open weekdays from 8a-4p and will be open this Saturday, May 16th from 9a-1p for property owners who choose to come downtown.  The office will be closed for the Memorial Day Holiday weekend May 23-25.”

The PVA office is located at 815 W. Market Street  (Glassworks Building) Suite 400.

 

 

Property Owners who don’t want to come  downtown can now go to these public library locations for assistance during the hours below.

 

Monday5/11

 

Crescent Hill library

10a – 2p

3p 5p

 

 

Highlands

Library

10a-2p

 

Tuesday5/12

 

Crescent Hill library

10a – 2p

 

 

 

Highlands

Library

10a-2p

3p-5p

Wednesday5/13

 

Crescent Hill library

10a – 2p

3p -5p

 

 

Highlands

Library

10a-2p

 

Thursday

5/14

 

Crescent Hill library

10a – 2p

 

 

 

Highlands

Library

10a-2p

3p-5p

 

Friday5/15

 

Crescent Hill library

10a – 2p

3p -5p

 

 

Highlands

Library

10a-2p

 

Monday5/18

 

Crescent Hill Library

10a-4p

 

 

Highlands

Library

10-4p

3p-5p

 

Tuesday5/19

 

Crescent Hill Library

10a-4p

3p-5p

 

Highlands

Library

10-4p

 

 

Wednesday5/20

 

Crescent Hill Library

10a-4p

 

 

Highlands

Library

10-4p

3p-5p

 

Thursday

5/21

 

Crescent Hill Library

10a-4p

3p-5p

 

Highlands

Library

10-4p

 

 

 

Friday

5/22

 

Crescent Hill Library

10a-4p

 

 

Highlands

Library

10-4p

3p-5p

 

 

Memorial

Day

 

Office Closed

 

Tuesday

5/26

 

Crescent Hill Library

10a-4p

3p-5p

 

Highlands

Library

10-4p

 

 

 

Wednesday5/27

 

Crescent Hill Library

10a-4p

 

 

Highlands

Library

10-4p

3p-5p

 

Thursday

5/28

 

Crescent Hill Library

10a-4p

3p-5p

 

Highlands

Library

10-4p

 

 

 

Friday

5/29

 

Crescent Hill Library

10a-4p

 

 

Highlands

Library

10-4p

3p-5p

 

 

 

The online conference appeal program is easy, practical and user friendly.  The Online Conference Appeal program enhances our delivery of services to the community by simplifying the appeal process and creating a more expeditious process for property owners, “says Tony Lindauer, Jefferson County Property Valuation Administrator.  Property Owners that disagree with their 2015 assessment must provide documentation to support their opinion of value and file the online conference appeal form at www.jeffersonpva.ky.gov

“This is a great example of how the Jefferson County PVA office is working hard to streamline services for the community.”  The neighborhood sales research tool is located on the PVA website @ www.jeffersonpva.ky.gov and is available free of charge during the Open Inspection Period (KRS 133.045 which ends on May 29th at 4:00 p.m.

The PVA premium service website service is available free of charge year round at all Louisville Free Public Libraries.

Section 172 of the KY Constitution requires Section 172 of the Kentucky Constitution requires the PVA to assess all property at 100% Fair Cash Value, as of the assessment date January 1st, unless specifically exempted. Fair Cash Value, or fair market value, is defined as the price a property would bring at a fair and voluntary sale between a willing buyer and a willing seller, with neither party under duress, given a reasonable amount of time on the market. The PVA does not set market value. Our task is to analyze the market and insure that assessments of unsold properties follow the market determined by buyers and sellers.

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