|Tax District||City||Phone Number|
|03||City of Radcliff||(270)351-4714|
|06||City of Vine Grove||(270)877-2422|
Discount Period:11/01/2021 through 11/30/2021
Face Period: 12/01/2021 through 12/31/2021
5% Penalty: 01/01/2022 through 01/31/202221% Penalty 02/01/2022 through 04/15/2022
Kentucky state law requires the tax bill to be issued in the name of the owner, as of January 1st of each year.
Therefore, bills due beginning November 1, 2021 are for the assessment year as of January 1, 2021.
Hardin County Sheriff's Office
150 North Provident Way, Suite 101
Elizabethtown, Ky 42701
We also accept payment in person
Please include your phone number on any checks.
With additional questions, please call the Sheriff's Office at (270)765-5133
and choose option 1 for Tax Department
There is a 2.49% fee of your total tax bill charged by GovTeller for using this feature.
You will need to contact the Hardin County Clerk's office in order to obtain the payoff amount on any delinquent prior year tax bill.
The office number is 270-765-2171
Kentucky Law requires the tax bill to be issued in the name of the January 1st owner. If the house has been
sold or transferred after January 1st, the bills are normally sent in care of the new owner. However, for
sales or transfers close to the date the tax bills are printed, time may be inadequate to update this information.
As explained above, the tax bill covers the period of a calendar year. Therefore a closing agent
or attorney will usually calculate and collect the pro-rated taxes due from each party at closing.
In some cases, the agent or attorney will then pay the bill to the sheriff. In other cases, the buyer
or seller may receive a credit on the settlement statement, but will then be responsible for paying the bill to the sheriff.
Please check with your closing agent or attorney for instructions on your responibility
Also note that our office requires payment in full of the tax bill by one or both of the parties.
We cannot accept pro-rated payments.
These are exepmtions that enable you to reduce the taxable assessment (and accordingly your tax bill)
of the home that you own and within which you live if you are over the age of 65 or are 100% disabled.
Please refer any questions regarding these exemptions to the Property Valuation Administrator's office at