Darlene M. Plummer
Property Valuation Administrator
Our mission is to provide courteous, accurate and efficient services for the benefit of Kenton County and its citizens. In that effort, if there is information which may be of benefit to you that does not currently appear herein, please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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 or decrease 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 the first week in 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 cancel the assessment.
For 2017, areas under review include Fairview, Independence, Ryland Heights, Kentonvale, Walton, Boone-Walton Fire district, Independence Fire District, Piner-Fiskburg Fire District, Kenton Fire District, Ryland Fire District, No City-No Fire.
Welcome to the Website for the office of the Kenton County Property Valuation Administrator (PVA). This Website is designed to assist property owners in their understanding of property valuation issues. We have attempted to define the role of the PVA Office, its duties and obligations to the citizens of Kenton County. The links above will provide you with a multitude of valuable information.
Kenton county was established in 1840.
The county was named after Simon Kenton, a notable frontiersman.
It is the third most populous county in Kentucky behind Jefferson and Fayette Counties.