WHY AM I RECEIVING A SECOND 2022 PROPERTY TAX BILL?

While 2022 brought record increases in Fayette County property values—meaning every taxing district received more tax revenue than they received in 2021—the Fayette County Public School board raised their tax rates.  That increase was not included on the original tax bills issued in September due to the possibility the rate increase would result in a recall vote to be held in January.

Even though the number of signatures required to bring the tax increase to a public vote was reduced this year to only 5,000, the recall effort was not successful.

The only roles the PVA Office plays in your property tax bills are determining the fair cash value of the property and maintaining the database of property ownership and tax bill mailing addresses. Please contact us if you have questions about these two issues.

For questions about billing and payment, please contact the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office at 859-252-1771.

For questions about the tax increase, call Fayette County Public Schools at 859-381-4100.


Please use this form to change your mailing address.  You may e-mail it to PVA@FayettePVA.com.


 

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Contact Information

If you have a question or comment please contact the PVA office at:

Fayette County PVA
Andrea Ewen- Administrative Assistant 
101 E. Vine St., Ste. 600
Lexington, KY 40507
Phone: 859-246-2722
Fax: 859-246-2729
E-Mailandrea.ewen@ky.gov