Property Assessments

Jefferson County PVA

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This letter is from Ashley Tinius, Director of Communications and Community Outreach in the Office of the Jefferson County Property Valuation Administrator


The Jefferson County PVA is preparing for 2022 property assessments and we would greatly appreciate your support in notifying the community.

Increasing public understanding of property assessments and the right to appeal is a top priority of Property Valuation Administrator Colleen Younger to fulfill our mission: to provide fair and equitable assessments with best-in-class customer service. Thank you for helping us to engage the community.

The role of the PVA is to fairly assess the value of all property. This is an important part of the process to determine the taxes collected to fund our cities, school districts, and emergency services. We do our best to determine accurate median property value for comparable homes, but we don’t know every detail of all properties. The condition of a home could mean it falls substantially below or above the median value. That’s why it’s so important residents know about their right to appeal.

Your help to share information and drive attendance at our public meetings is extremely important because the first step of the appeals process in 2022 is available from April 22nd to May 16th.

Click the links below for helpful resources:

If you need additional information, go to, call our office at 502-574-6380, or reach out to me with questions regarding our public outreach program.

Thank you,

Ashley Tinius (she/her)
Director of Communications and Community Outreach
Office of the Jefferson County Property Valuation Administrator

Glassworks Building
815 W. Market Street, Suite 400
Louisville, KY 40202-2654
Voice: 502.574.6380 Ext. 9335
Fax: 502-574-6399
Email: [email protected]