The Assessor’s Office will be closed Dec 3rd and Dec 4th 2020 for training on new software. We apologize for any inconvenience this causes.

The county assessor works closely with the Department of Local Government Finance, which adopts the rules for assessing of property in Indana.   (Generally see IC 36-2-15, for duties of the county assessor).

The Assessor is a constitutional officer elected for a term of four years by vote of the county at large with no term limit restrictions.

Duties of the Assessor’s office:

  • Certify assessed values to the county auditor. {IC 6-1.1-4-24}
  • Serve as the secretary of the county property tax board of appeals {IC6-1.1-28-1}, the entity that hears all property tax assessment appeals within the county.
  • Perform the duties of a township trustee-assessor who fails to perform his or her duties in a timely manner. {IC 36-2-15-5(b)
  • Select the assessment computer system used by all the assessing officials in the county.
  • Discover and assess property omitted by the township and trustee/assessors.
  • Equalize assessments in the county.
  • Advise and instruct all township assessors in his or her county as to their duties.

We are proud to offer this service at no cost to our constituents. The information accessible through this site is being made available to enhance the access of assessment data and to provide links to other relevant sites. A summary of the information available through this site is as follows:

  • Property Location
  • Ownership
  • Owner History
  • Sales Information
  • Assessed Values and Value History
  • Land Information
  • Improvement Information
  • Sketch Images
  • Photo Images

GIS Maps / Property Cards