Courthouse 101 N Main St. Street Princeton, IN 47670
The duties of the County Assessor are described in Indiana Code 36-2-15. The Assessor is a statuatory officer who is elected for a term of four years and may be re-elected without limit.
The County Assessor advises and instructs all township assessors of the county as to their duties, serves as reviewer of the returns made by township assessors, and according to law, has the same powers as a township assessor. The County Assessor is also the inheritance tax apraiser for the county and servers as a representative of the State Inheritance Tax Division in issuing consents to transfer of property held in joint names.
The County Assessor oversees a general reassessment in the county and serves as president of the Property Tax Assessment Board of Appeals, which hears appeals on property tax assessments.
The Gibson County Assessor's Office maintains property records for 10 Gibson County townships, including: Barton, Center, Columbia, Johnson, Montgomery, Patoka, Union, Wabash, Washington and White River.
Send an emailElected in 2014
4 Year Term