To change your name on the tax assessment roll, you must do the following: File a quitclaim deed on your property from your old name to your new name and file it with the Jefferson County Clerk’s Office. There is a … Continue reading
Property owners can print out a map of their property at the PVA office, or at any Louisville Free Public Library branch, at no charge. Maps of any other property can be printed in our office for a small fee. … Continue reading
You can obtain more detailed information by subscribing to the PVA website, find out more in the Subscription Search Service area, or visit the PVA office or any branch of the Louisville Free Public Library.
You can subscribe to the PVA’s website, visit the PVA office or any Louisville Free Public Library.
The PVA offers a free Basic Property Search that will help you find information on property ownership and assessed property value. If you are looking for more detailed information, the PVA offers a Subscription Search Service that provides more detailed … Continue reading
Your tangible tax bill is based on your KY Tangible Return, Form 62A500, which you file in our office by May of each year. The calculated tax is based on the reported value you listed on the return.
The assessed value of your tangible property is based on the tangible return you file with our office each year in May.
If you are going to “junk” your vehicle and give your title to the junkyard, be sure to make a copy of the front and back of your title and obtain a “junk” receipt and fax it all to (502) 574-5036 with the … Continue reading
Other states may not make Kentucky aware when a vehicle is transferred out-of-state. Please contact both state offices to ensure that the vehicle has been properly removed from one state and registered in another state.
After you turn in your license plates, you may need to follow several more steps. See “I have either sold a vehicle or moved out of state. What do I do now?” in the FAQs.