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You must submit an application. Pursuant to Kentucky Revised Statutes (KRS) 132.450(3), classification as agricultural land shall expire upon change of use by the owner or owners or upon conveyance of the property to a person other than a surviving spouse. Email us or call 859-392-1750 if you have any questions.
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The Property Valuation Administrator (PVA) offers a free Basic Property Search that will help you find information on property ownership and assessed property value. You can search by Name, Location, PIDN, Deed or Subdivision. If you are looking for more detailed information, a very affordable Subscription Search Service is available that provides more detailed information such as transfer history, improvement characteristics, property class, and tax information.
The Property Valuation Administrator’s (PVA) Office does not set tax rates, tax districts or collect tax bills. The Kenton County Sheriff’s Office is responsible for collecting property taxes. Please contact their office with any issues concerning your property tax bill.
The Subscription Search Service allows you to view the transfer history for any property in Kenton County when available. With the Subscription Search Service, you can search by address, sale price and date range, parcel ID, owner, or by legal description.
You can find information such as year built, square footage, number of bathrooms, and more listed in the Property Details section of any property report when logged into your Subscription Search Service. If you’re not signed up yet, find out more in the Subscription Search Service area. Please note that certain characteristics may not be available within our records.
You can find out if you’re eligible for an exemption in the Property assessment section of this website. There you will find information on Homestead/Disability Exemptions, Exemptions for Religious Groups and Exemptions for Non-Profit Groups.
You can notify our office of your change of address by submitting this form.
The Property Valuation Administrator (PVA) is happy to print out a map of your property for you at no charge. Maps of any other property can be obtained in our office for a nominal fee.
You can also print your own maps from our online GIS land records mapping system.
Contact the PVA at 859-392-1750, or email the PVA’s Office, for more details. (PVA maps are not legal documents and should be used for general reference only.)
Each year, you can appeal your current property assessment. To learn more about how to appeal your assessment, see the Appeal Process page.
If the Property Valuation Administrator (PVA) has information about your property that is incomplete or inaccurate, you can email us, or call our office at 859-392-1750 to ensure it is corrected.
Name changes may only be made with proper legal documentation. If you wish to add, change or remove a name on your property record, an official document such as a deed or will must be recorded with the County Clerk. In some cases, name changes may be made by submitting an official death certificate and/or legal will to the PVA Office. Email us or call 859-392-1750 if you have any questions.