Property Tax

Real or Personal Property Taxes 

General Information

Click here to view the 2023 Published Delinquent Taxes.

You may also request a copy of the delinquent property tax listing in the office of the City Clerk, 311 Snapp Street, Mt. Washington KY 40047 or

2023 City Tax Rate: .090 per $100 of assessed value. 

*Property Taxes are mailed out by October 1st each year.  

Due Dates

2% Discount: November 30th  

Face Value: December 31st  

Pealty & Interest Due: January 1st 

 ** Please note residents within the city limits of Mt. Washington can expect to receive both a city tax bill from the City of Mt. Washington and a county tax bill from the Bullitt Co. Sheriff’s Department. 


Look up your City Real Estate Taxes here! 

 How Do I Pay My Tax Bill? 

  • Mail in a check to P.O. Box 285 Mt. Washington, KY 40047 
  • In person at City Hall with check, cash, money order, or card payment (There is an additional fee to use a card. See below) 
  • Utilize one of our two drop boxes. One is in the parking lot of City Hall; the other is in the Mt. Washington Police Department. 
  • Pay over the phone with a C.S.R. via card payment (There is an additional fee to use a card. See below)

**Card payments in house or via phone: A supplementary charge of $2 will be applied to any payment totaling $150 or less. Payments above $150 will incur a 2.75% fee. We do not accept AMEX) 

 *If you have additional questions, you may see our information sheet for frequently asked questions by clicking here or call our Tax Department at 502-538-4216 extension 1002.

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 Your Tax Dollars Help Provide

  • Road maintenance (paving, snow removal, signs, etc.) 
  • Police services (24 hours a day, 365 days a year) 
  • Parks and Public Pool (including equipment, daily maintenance, and programs) 
  • Maintenance of city-owned buildings and properties
  • Maintenance of rights-of-way on all public streets 
  • Streetlights along many public streets and subdivisions  
  • Disaster and Emergency Management Services 
  • Economic and Community Development (including award-winning Farmers Market, Light Up Mount Washington, and other community events and programs)