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220 N Main Street
Kokomo, IN 46901
Monday - Friday
8:00am - 4:00pm
We welcome you not only to the office of the Howard County Treasurer (220 N. Main St. Room 226), but also to this web site. Our goal is to help you be able to access your personal tax records anytime, day or night. To view your tax information on line, please click “Tax Information” listed under “Features”. All payments are posted on this web site one day
after they are posted in the office. Also our office is open from
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through
Friday (except for holidays). My staff and I welcome you and will
be glad to help you with your questions and concerns.
The Howard County Treasurer's Office offers several Property Tax payment options. You can select a payment method that is most convenient and helpful to you.
The Howard County Treasurer is the
custodian of all moneys belonging to Howard
County. The Treasurer collects local taxes which include: real estate tax,
personal property tax, mobile home tax, and state assessed tax. The
Treasurer is responsible for the following miscellaneous taxes: auto excise tax,
inheritance tax, and innkeeper’s tax. The
Treasurer, as an officer on the County
Board of Finance, is responsible
to deposit, invest and account for all moneys entrusted to Howard
Please check the information below
to find out the many other duties performed by this office.
The position of Treasurer is
governed by the constitution of Indiana and State law. The term of
office is limited to two consecutive four year terms.
I am honored to hold this office and
serve you in the capacity of Howard County Treasurer.
Questions or Comments
Duties and Responsibilities:
Custodian and Investor of all County Money
Tax Collector for the County
Real Estate Tax
Personal Property Tax
Mobile Home Tax
Ditch Maintenance, Reconstruction and Conservancy Fees
Weed Cut Liens
Issues Mobile Home Moving Permits and Title
Clears Liquor Licenses
Secretary to the Board of Finance
TAX DEADLINES FOR 2015 PAYMENTS
May 11, 2015
November 10, 2015
Taxes can be mailed
using the mailing address on the left.
A U.S. postmark is
required for on time mailing. A 5% penalty will be added if your
late payment is made within 30 days of the legal due date (if you
have no other delinquent taxes due): a 10% penalty will be added if
paid more than 30 days late.
Please note that
the Treasurer’s Office accepts partial payments
in order to make paying taxes easier.
BANKS ACCEPTING TAX PAYMENTS
Community First, BMO Harris, First Farmers,
Star Financial, First Bank of Berne and Keybank will accept “on time” tax
payments. All banks will refuse an altered tax bill or late
For taxpayer convenience, the office has a payment drop box
in the lobby of the Administration Center to accommodate all tax
payments regardless of whether the office is open or closed.
CASH OR CASHIER’S CHECK AND CREDIT
CARDS ARE THE PAYMENT FORMS ACCEPTED FOR MOBILE HOME PERMITS AND TRANSFERS
CASH OR CASHIER’S CHECK AND CREDIT CARDS
ARE THE PAYMENT FORMS
ACCEPTED TO PAY TAXES AND REMOVE PARCELS FROM THE CERTIFIED TAX SALE LIST