1-800-648-6056 for the Hearing Impaired

Meet the Candidates Chili/Bean Soup Supper on October 22.  Click for more details: chili-bean-soup-supper-flyer

Public Meeting Announcement:  Bicycle & Pedestrian Master Plan on Thursday, October 27th 6:30 – 8 pm at City Hall. Click link for more details: public-meeting-notice-final

Halloween will be celebrated on Monday, October 31 from 5-7 pm in the City

Shelbyville is one of the most diverse communities in Kentucky. Our unique blend of agriculture, business and industry, coupled with our attitude of a small town atmosphere makes Shelbyville a wonderful place to visit, live, or work. Based on 2010 census, Shelby County has a population of 42,074 which includes the City of Shelbyville’s population of 14,045.

Tax Rates
Base amount is due on or before November 30, 2016. A 10% penalty will be added December 1, 2016 and 6% interest per annum until paid.

Ad Valorem Property Tax Rate – 27.2 cents per $100 assessed value
Personal Property Tax Rate – 33.5 cents per $100 assessed value
Occupational Tax – 1.5%

Code of Ordinances

Our full code of ordinances can be viewed by visiting the following link:

Open Records Request Form

Business License
An occupational license application is required for every person and business entity engaged in any business in the city before the commencement of business. The application form can be downloaded on the Administration link. Other forms relating to your business may also be found on this link.

Financial Incentives for New Businesses
The city may waive the city occupational tax and city business license for 2 years for new businesses locating in the downtown district.  If the business owner purchases the property, the city may also waive the property tax for 2 years. The district includes Main St., Washington St., Clay St. on both sides from 11th St. to Clear Creek Bridge and all cross streets. Only businesses which would be beneficial and enhance our downtown area would be considered for the incentive.

Charitable Contributions Appropriations Fund
Non-profit organizations can apply for funds by downloading form and submitting to City Hall between January 1st and February 28th of each year.  No applications will be accepted after February 28th.

Download form here.

Solicitation Permit
Any civic or non-profit organization wanting to solicit monetary donations at any highway intersection in the city, must obtain a Solicitation Permit from the City Clerk.

Yard Sale Permits
$5.00 for a period of not more than 3 consecutive days,  a limit of twice a year

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