It is the responsibility of the Scott County Sheriff’s office to collect property taxes for the State, the County, School Districts and sometimes, cities (if the Sheriff has contracted with each of these entities for this service).  In addition, almost every Sheriff’s office collects taxes for some other special taxing district or special function such as fire protection districts, libraries, etc.

Please be aware that in no way does the Sheriff’s office ever assess any value on property in the county.  If you feel your tax bill is incorrect, you should contact the Scott County Property Valuation Administration at (502) 863-7885. This authority is responsible for all property valuation and tax assessment in Scott County.

The tax bill you receive from the Sheriff’s office is the amount assessed by the Scott County Property Valuation Administration. They determine the amount owed on all real estate within Scott County.  My office is responsible for collecting taxes for 28 districts throughout Scott County. Tax bills are normally mailed out on November 1st each year and your tax bill will include the following important information:

  • When the taxes are due
  • What to do to avoid penalties
  • What to do if your taxes are paid by your mortgage company
  • How you can pay your tax bill

For Property Valuation questions, please call the Scott County Property Valuation office at the phone number listed above.

For any other questions, feel free to call our office at 502 863-7855.