2020 property tax statements were mailed April 1 with due dates of May 11 and November 10. Per the Governor's Executive Order #20-005, penalties shall be waived if payment is made within 60 days after May 11. The deadline to distribute tax collections to the other entities - cities, towns, schools, townships, etc. - has not been postponed, therefore we ask that payment is made as soon as feasible.
The Treasurer's office is now open to the public. We continue to encourage payment by mail or online. A drop box is located at 20 N 3rd St, Lafayette. Also, Staley Credit Union, 1632 Union St, is accepting payment in the drive-thru.
If you would like a receipt mailed to you, please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope with your payment. Mail postmarked by July 10 will be considered timely. Drop box and online payments are considered timely through midnight on July 10.
Click the Beacon image below to view property tax information and/or pay online.
Office of County Treasurer
The Office of Treasurer is a constitutional office. The Treasurer serves a 4-year term with a 2-term limit during any 12 year period. The County Treasurer is the custodian of all monies belonging to the county. Disbursements of monies with the proper orders issued and attested by the County Auditor.
- Bills and collects property taxes (real estate-personal-mobile home)
- Collects delinquent property taxes and taxes in judgment
- Collects innkeepers tax
- Collects taxes involved in bankruptcy
- Conducts annual real estate tax sale
- Handles investment of funds
- Issues tax clearances for mobile home moving permits and alcohol beverage permits
- Searches for and collects delinquent taxes of public employees
Change the Address Your Tax Bills are Mailed to
Download a Change of Address Form (PDF) or contact the Auditor's Office at 765-423-9207 for address changes.