Other nearby counties are charging a per unit 911 fee. How is the Kenton County fee different?

Kenton County’s 911 fee is based on the land use of each property instead of a direct unit count. Property types that were exempt from the fee previously will remain exempt. For residential land uses, this fee is capped at $75 per unit. Retail properties are charged a different fee if the building is larger than 25,000 square feet, and other non-retail properties have a separate fee.

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1. Why is my fee (x) amount of dollars?
2. Why has my fee changed from last year?
3. Other nearby counties are charging a per unit 911 fee. How is the Kenton County fee different?
4. How did the county determine the fee amount?
5. What land uses fall into each category?
6. When do I have to pay this fee?
7. How do I appeal my 911 fee?
8. What if I win my appeal?
9. When will I get my refund?
10. Why did my parcel not get charged a fee?
11. I believe the Kenton County Property Valuation Administrator’s office (PVA) has the wrong Land Use code or unit count on file for my property. How do I request this be changed and my 911 fee adjusted?
12. I have a question that is not listed on this FAQ, or I would like to give feedback on the 911 fee.