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You may pay your tax bill in person, by mail, or you may pay online with a credit card. For more information, see the Payment Methods page.
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Yes, but the full amount will need to be paid by the due date to avoid penalties on the unpaid balance.
Contact Treasurer's office at 812-254-8677 or fill out the request form on the back of your tax statement.
We send out one billing in the spring of each year. That bill has two payment stubs; one to make a payment in May, and another for November. You may check GovTech Tax Pro to check the status of your taxes.
Yes, a payment is "on time" if the envelope has a USPS postmark that has a date on or before the due date. Please be aware of the postal deadline to make sure your payment gets an "on time" postmark. Postmarks are valid for regular tax payments only and do not apply to properties certified for tax sales.
Exemptions are filed in the Auditor's Office. You can find valuable information on their page or contact them at 812-254-8662.
GovTech Tax Pro will allow you to look up your tax information. You may look up your taxes by name, property address, or parcel number. This site is updated nightly. You may also contact our office by calling 812-254-8677 and we can verify your payment. Please have your property (parcel) number available when you call.
f you purchase a property after the January 1st date, then the previous owner's name will appear as the deeded owner on your tax statement.
When making a payment in person, we will stamp your coupon as "paid." When mailing a payment, your canceled check will act as your receipt. If you send your coupon and self-addressed envelope, your receipt will be returned.
All tax statements are mailed out in the spring and have payment coupons for the spring and fall installments.
There are a number of exemptions available to qualifying taxpayers.
The County Auditor can provide you with information and assist you in determining whether or not you qualify. By visiting the Auditor's Office page you can find more information concerning exemptions, or call them at 812-254-8662.
Another way to reduce your taxes is to ensure the assessed value of your property is correct. To learn about assessment and appeal procedures, visit the Assessor's Office page or call 812-254-8660.
Contact our office at 812-254-8677. We will verify your mailing address and mail a new bill to you.
Please bring the mobile home title to the Treasurer's Office to obtain a permit. The treasurer's Office is located at:200 E Walnut StreetWashington, IN 47501
If you do not have a title, we need the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) of the trailer and the size of the mobile home.
If obtaining a moving permit, you need to provide the new location address. We also need the name of the current mobile homeowner to verify the taxes have been paid.
To obtain a title transfer or moving permit, all of the taxes must be paid for the year. If it is after the January 1st date, you must pay an estimated tax for the next year.
No. The Treasurer's job is to merely collect what is deemed due. Questions about your assessment should be directed to the Assessor before you pay at the Treasurer's Office.