Annual Ad Valorem Taxes Due
The Annual Westwood Ad Valorem tax bills have been processed by the Westwood Board. If your taxes are paid via an escrow account, your bill were sent to your escrow company. Bills for non-escrow accounts were mailed directly to the property address on file with Jefferson County PVA. They should arrive by the second week of August.
Face value payments were due by December 20, 2021. Payments made after December 20 will be subject to late fees and interest.
If you need a duplicate copy of your tax bill, please email the City Clerk. If you need to update your name or address on your tax bill, please visit the Jefferson County PVA website.
The City of Westwood recycles on the odd/highlighted weeks. Please note holiday schedule. Services are shifted one day during holiday weeks.
Westwood's Reach Alert
Emergency Notification System
The City uses Reach Alert to send emergency messages or pertinent information about Westwood business that residents need to know.
The registry is FREE for all residents and can handle any amount of contact data from each household in the form of e-mail, telephone messages and/or cell phone text messages.
The system will maintain your privacy and you will only receive messages from the City Commissioners in times of public need.
You can register on-line with a simple 3-5 minute process by going to: www.reachalert.com and using the "Create an Account" box.
DON’T LIKE OR USE TECHNOLOGY?
If you do not have a computer and wish to register, Simply Call the toll free number at Reach Alert. They will register you in seconds. If you do not use text messages, no problem, they will make sure you receive a voice call. Note: Caller ID will show the caller as Nancy Lambert.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call the customer service people at Reach Alert. Their contact information is listed below:
Ken Weber, COO – Reach Alert; (877) 307-9313; (502) 235-9697 (cell)
Please contact your City Commissioner if you have any questions or need assistance!
PLEASE REGISTER TODAY.
Solicitation in Westwood
Under Louisville Metro Ordinance No. 57-2009, Am. Ord. 210-2011, any person who conducts house-to-house selling or taking orders for goods or services, must have a Louisville Metro Peddler License. Any person, firm, or corporation desiring to secure a license as a peddler or vendor shall make written application, under oath, on a form provided by the Department of Codes and Regulations. No license is required for any member(s) of a religious, charitable, health, welfare, educational, political or youth service organization selling goods or services to raise funds for their organization.
Vendors in Westwood must also obtain a Westwood Solicitation Permit. Once issued, a Westwood permit is good for one year.
The Permit Application is on the Forms page and must be approved and signed by the Mayor. If a Vendor comes to your residence and does not have both permits, they cannot conduct business in the City.