According to IC 6-1.1-22-8(b)(2), “…The county treasurer may mail or transmit the statement … at least fifteen (15) days before the date on which the first or only installment is due…”. Typically, Boone County tax statements are mailed in April.
According to IC 6-1.1-22-9(a), property taxes are due “…in two (2) equal installments on May 10 and November 10…”.
Many mortgage companies use a third party clearinghouse to request your property tax bill and process your property tax payment from your escrow. Please contact your mortgage company for additional information.
The only sure way to know is to contact your mortgage company. Keep in mind there will be a lag between the time the money is deducted from your escrow and the payment when the payment is finally sent to the Treasurer to post.
The County Surveyor is responsible for assessing regulated drains. You may reach that office by calling (765)483-4444.
As a property owner, you have a certain period of time in which to redeem your property. You may contact the County Auditor’s office for more information, including the redemption amount of a tax sale. Please call 765-482-2940 for assistance.
The Treasurer will accept partial payments. Please keep in mind that acceptance of partial payments does not change the due dates. The spring and fall tax bill amounts must be paid in full by the due dates (typically in May and November). Otherwise, five to ten percent (5% - 10%) penalties will be assessed on any unpaid amount.
The Treasurer’s Office has a high call volume all year but the call volume is typically at its peak from April 25 – May 15 and October 25 – November 15. We appreciate your patience and look forward to answering any questions you may have.
The Treasurer’s office is open 8am – 4:00pm, Monday through Friday. County offices are closed to observe legal holidays.