A message from your Property Valuation Administrator, Darlene M. Plummer: PVA Evaluation of Taylor Mill Real Estate: The PVA is required by statute to “review/physically inspect” all real property in the county at least once every four years. As such, the county is separated into four sections of which one-fourth is reviewed each year. If any increase in your property assessment is made by PVA during this inspection period, you will receive written notice of the valuation change. Make sure you keep your mailing address we have on file current. Printed notices are generally mailed in early April. Additionally, you can view your current valuation at any time by searching on the above tab: Search Property Records. You can also call the PVA office and verify your current year valuation at: 859-392-1750.Non-receipt of a written assessment notice change does not negate the assessment.For 2020, areas under review include Crescent Springs/Villa Hills Fire, Crescent Springs,  Crestview Hills,  Edgewood,  Ft. Wright, Taylor Mill, Villa Hills.Due to COVID-19, the statutory open inspection period is now July 6-20, 2020. All review requests/conferences must be held with the PVA Office on or before July 20. Representatives of the PVA Field Team are in the following areas to capture up-to-date exterior pictures around your home: Fairview, Ryland, Ryland Heights, Kentonvale, Walton, Piner-Fiskburg, and other nearby areas. Field Team Members are equipped with PVA badges and business cards. Please call our office with any concerns.

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BOA Vacancy’s _ Volunteers Needed!

Dear Residents,

The City of Taylor Mill is continuing to accept letters of interest and resumes from citizens who are interested in volunteering to serve on the Taylor Mill Board of Adjustments (BOA) through close of business on Friday, September 22, 2017.

The BOA meets the first Thursday of every month at 7 pm, if they have business to conduct. The BOA is the board established to hear appeals of decisions rendered by the zoning administrator, interpret unclear provisions in the zoning ordinance, and decide on applications by landowners to permit buildings or land uses which vary from the zoning regulations.

This voluntary position is appointed by the Taylor Mill City Commission and will be appointed to fulfill vacancy’s on the board thru October 2018. Appointments thereafter are generally for two year terms. Anyone interested in serving must reside in the city limits and submit a letter of interest and resume to City Administrator Jill Cain Bailey at [email protected]

For more information please contact us at (859) 581-3234

Thank you!