Due to COVID-19, the Carroll County Treasurer's office is currently closed to the Public and operating on reduced staffing and hours. Please be assured that phone messages will be returned at the earliest possible opportunity.
Carroll County Treasurer Melinda Rossetter
Carroll County Courthouse 101 W. Main Street 2nd Floor Delphi, Indiana 46923
Mobile Home permits for transferring and/or moving mobile homes are issued through the Treasurer's Office. Treasurer verifies that all current and prior taxes are paid (including judgments) before issuing. Taxes must be paid in order to receive a permit. There is no charge for permit.
Property Tax Clearance Schedule forms for the Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission are issued through the Treasurer's Office. Again, the Treasurer verifies that all current and prior taxes have been paid. If not, form is not issued until all taxes have been paid. There is no charge for clearance.
Tax statements will be mailed on April 13th. The Spring installment of property tax is due on May 11th and the Fall installment is due on November 10th. The Department of Local Government Finance regulations require that "zero" bills be sent to taxpayers for property information only. In accordance with Governor Holcomb’s Executive Order 20-05, late penalties for tax payments will be waived for a period of 60 days. This waiver is for property tax payments only!
This waiver does NOT apply to tax payments which have been escrowed by financial institutions on behalf of property taxpayers.
Penalties for failure to pay special assessments or fees were not contemplated by Executive Order 20-05 because they are not considered property tax payments. Examples of special assessments are ditches, drains, sewer liens, etc.
Due to COVID-19, payments will NOT be accepted in person until further notice. Payments can be mailed to the Carroll County Treasurer at 101 W Main St, Delphi, IN 46923, or made online by Visa, MasterCard, or Discover. Our Credit Card VENDOR will add a 3% convenience fee. Credit Card payments cannot be made over the phone.
Taxpayers should detach and return the payment coupon with payment to ensure prompt posting. If payment is mailed and receipt is requested, taxpayers should include a self-addressed stamped envelope. Mailed payments must have U.S.P.S. postmark on or before the due date printed on the front of the statement. The payment envelope must be properly addressed and must have sufficient postage. Partial payments are accepted but taxes must be paid in full by due dates to avoid penalties. Any questions concerning tax statements, please call Treasurer's office (765) 564-3446.