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Please submit a written request to the Clark County Coroner’s Office requesting copies of reports. Along with your request, include the name of the decedent, date of death, and reason for the request.
Every person or business who provides services to another person or business for compensation within Clark County is required to complete an Occupational Tax License Application.
Fees apply to all individuals, employers and businesses who are engaged in any trade, occupation or profession within Clark County. The rate is as follows:
Payments can be made payable to the Clark County Tax Administrator and may be mailed to 34 S. Main St, Room 103, Winchester, KY 40391.
If an extension is necessary, a written request and copy of State or Federal application for extension must be submitted to the Clark County Occupational Tax office on or before the due date of the Net Profits License Fee Return
A request must be made in writing and submitted to the Tax Administration office within two years of the date of overpayment. Copies of any amended returns or forms, and proof of overpayment made are also required.
Always contact the Clark County Fire Department before burning due to the changes in rules and times from month to month.
You need a building permit for all construction that involves the construction, repair, movement to another site, removal, or demolition of any building or structure. All electrical, plumbing and mechanical work needs a separate permit for each trade. The price of the permit is calculated using the cost of the construction. View our Permits, Applications and Procedures.
Work on a project may not legally begin before a permit is obtained and on the work site.
Water heater applications are processed at the counter.
Tax bills go out October 1st and the face amount ends December 31st.
The last day to pay taxes is April 15th. After April 15th, collection is turned over to the County Court Clerk for collection.
You will need your driver’s license and title.