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Legislation & Meetings

Looking for information on Kentucky legislature?

Find past legislation and legislative record or check out the weekly legislative calendar.

See live video coverage of the House and Senate and view the upcoming schedule.

Access ​Open records and open meetings.

Elections & Voting

View the Kentucky voting guide to find information on requesting an absentee ballot, military/overseas citizens and general voting information.

Find your voting Location or become a candidate and run for public office.

Work for the Commonwealth of Kentucky?
Find employee resources, state holidays and retirement planning.

Taxes

Filing your Taxes

Get current year forms, prior year forms and collection forms for easy filing.

Find a taxpayer service center near you to answer questions and comments about Kentucky tax laws and regulation, the collections process and federal tax laws.

Property Taxes

Manuals, rates and general property tax ​information.

Find a general outline of the major statutory due dates for various parts of the property tax assessment and collection cycle.

Get information on third party purchasing and homestead exemptions.

Applying for the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC)?
There are 200 free tax preparation sites across the state that can help.

Courts & Law

Supreme & District Court

The Supreme Court is the court of last resort and the final interpreter of state law.

District Court handles juvenile matters, city/county ordinances, misdemeanors, traffic offenses, wills, arraignments, small claims, civil cases, and domestic violence/abuse cases.

Court of Appeals

Appealing a court decision goes through the Court of Appeals.

Circuit & Family Court

The Circuit Court hears civil matters, capital offenses/felonies, land dispute and contested probate cases.

Family Court gives cases involving families and children the highest priority.

Kentucky Law

Get information on revised statutes, administrative regulations, acts, bills and the Kentucky Constitution.​

The House & Senate

The Kentucky Senate is made up of 27 Republicans and 11 Democrats. The Kentucky House is made up of 54 Democrats 46 Republicans.

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