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Floyd County

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Property Taxes

Welcome to the Floyd Sheriff's Office Property Tax Search page. 
The County tax bills are due and payable starting November 1st of each year.  If you do not receive your bill before or during the first week of November, please contact the Sheriff’s Office.  When mailing your payment, please include the payment stub portion of your tax bill or put the tax bill number on your check.  If you wish to have a paid receipt returned to you, please enclose a self–addressed, stamped envelope.


The following are the collection dates:

                                              
2% Discount  - Nov. 1st - 30th

                                              Face Amount - Dec. 1st - 31st

                                              5% Penalty     - Jan. 1st - 31st, 2019

                                              21% Penalty   - Feb. 1st - April 15th, 2019

IMPORTANT NOTICE:
All delinquent tax bills will be transferred to the County Clerk’s Office as of the close of business on April 15, 2019. In addition to the penalties and fees that are applied by the Sheriff’s Office all payments made in the County Clerk’s Office are subject to a 20% County Attorney’s Fee, a 10% County Clerk’s Fee and interest at 1% per month.  The delinquency is also subject to being sold to a Third Party Collector in the summer of 2019.

 

FAQs

WHY DID I RECEIVE THIS BILL?
Tax bills for personal property are based on tangible and intangible personal property tax returns you have filed with the State Revenue Cabinet or the Property Valuation Administrator's Office.

I THOUGHT MY MORTGAGE COMPANY TOOK CARE OF THIS / WHY DID I GET THIS BILL?
In the past, you may not have known the amount of tax due, or which districts were taxing your property.  Again this year, all real estate property owners will receive a copy of the notice, even if a mortgage company handles payment, so you can see how your tax was calculated and where your tax dollars go.

WHAT IF I BOUGHT OR SOLD THE PROPERTY DURING THE YEAR?
The seller usually pays a pro-rated tax during closing for the portion of the year they owned the property.  The buyer is then responsible to pay the entire tax amount when billed. If you are in doubt, refer to your closing settlement statement.

AM I RESPONSIBLE FOR PAYING THIS BILL?
Yes. The property owner is legally responsible for ensuring that the tax bill is paid. However, if there is a notice on your bill that your mortgage company will be paying the taxes, you may assume that the mortgage company will use your escrow account to pay the tax. If you are unsure, call them.

WHAT PAYMENT METHODS ARE AVAILABLE?
You may pay your bill by cash, check, money order or with a credit card. Make your check or money order payable to: Floyd County Sheriff's Office. Include the bill number, (shown on your bill), on your check or money order.  * PLEASE DO NOT SEND CASH THROUGH THE MAIL.

WHEN IS MY PAYMENT DUE?
There is a schedule at the top right of your tax bill, and on your payment stub, showing the amount that is due, depending on the date your payment is received. As you can see, if your payment is received in the Sheriff's Office by the earliest date shown, you will receive a 2 percent discount. Please note that the later you wait to pay, the higher the amount due.

HOW DO I MAKE MY PAYMENT?
There are four (4) methods to pay your property tax bill.

1.) Mail your tax bill payment stub & check to:
        Floyd County Sheriff's Office
        P.O. Box 152
        Prestonsburg, KY 41653



2.) Pay in person at the Sheriff's Office
       
Monday through Friday from  8:00 am  until 4:00 pm (Prestonsburg & McDowell Locations)

       

        Saturday Hours for November 2018:

        Nov. 3rd and Nov. 17th 9:00 am until Noon (Prestonsburg location ONLY)


        CLOSED:

        Election Day, Nov. 6th closing at noon

        Veteran's Day, Nov. 12th

        Thanksgiving, Nov. 22nd and 23rd


        Saturday Hours for December 2018:

        Dec. 1st  and Dec. 15th 9:00 am until Noon (Prestonsburg location ONLY)


        CLOSED:
        Christmas, Dec. 24th and 25th
        Other Day(s), Dec. 31st



 3.) After hours night depository

        We have a night depository, for after hours, located on the side of the courthouse (Prestonsburg Location).  If you would like a

        receipt then you may enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope with your payment or stop by anytime during normal

        business hours and pick it up.


4.) Online Payment

       You may visit www.fcsoky.us and make your payment online by clicking the RED button at the top of the Property Taxes page.



WILL I GET A RECEIPT?
Yes, but your receipt will differ depending on the payment type you choose:
•    Mail in: A receipt will be provided if payer includes a self-addressed, stamped envelope with payment.
•    Pay in Person: Our cashier will provide you with a receipt.



WHAT IF MY CHECK IS RETURNED FOR INSUFFICIENT FUNDS?
There is a fee of $25 for any returned check. Also, when you resend your payment, additional penalties may apply, based on the late payment schedule shown on your bill.

MAY I PAY SEVERAL BILLS WITH ONE PAYMENT?
Yes, if you mail your payment or pay in person. However, when doing so, please check to be sure you've added all the appropriate amounts correctly, so your payments will not be delayed in processing. Any payments received that are NOT for the correct amount will be returned to the payer. Please remember to include your stubs for each property bill you pay AND a self-addressed, stamped envelope.


DISCLAIMER:

The tax data found on this site is unofficial. For official property tax information, please refer to your property tax bill.