Taxes will be mailed around April 1, 2013. This will be the only notification that is sent out.
Spring tax installment is due May 10, 2013.
Fall tax installment is due November 12, 2013.
TAXES ARE DUE EVEN IF YOU DO NOT RECEIVE A TAX STATEMENT!
Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Hours are extended until 6 p.m. on the date they are due.
Closed all legal holidays and election days.
We accept checks, cashier checks, money orders, credit cards, and cash for tax payments. They should be made payable to Dearborn County Treasurer.
Tax payments can be made in person or by mail at
Dearborn County Treasurer
215 B West High St.
Lawrenceburg, IN 47025
ON LINE at www.dearborntax.net
. There is a processing fee that the credit card company charges and the fee does not come to the county.
24 Hour dropbox located in the foyer of the Dearborn County Administration Building.
***Taxes must be paid on-time in order to not incur any penalty. The taxes must be made on or before 11:59 PM of the due date. The mail must be postmarked before or on the due date. Penalty fees are assessed as a 5% penalty in the first 30 days of the due date as long as there is no prior delinquencies. A 10% penalty after 30 days of the due date. If prior delquencies exsist then a 10% penalty is incurred after the due date.
All address changes should be submitted to the Dearborn County Audtior by March 1st to ensure a tax bill is sent to the correct mailing address before we mail tax statements.
All mailing address changes must be submitted in writing. You may complete an address change form in person at the Auditor's office or the Treasurer's office. You may also complete the back of a tax bill coupon for address changes. A request in writing is also accepted.
The County Treasurer is responsible for certifying any properties with delinquent taxes by July 1st. The tax sale is held annually and is generally held around September. SRI, Inc conducts the tax sales for Dearborn County Treasurer. You can obtain more general information, tax sale dates, registering as a buyer and delinquent property listings at www.sri-taxsale.com
MOBILE HOME PERMITS:
Title Transfers: If a mobile home is no longer owned by the person on the assessment notice, the current owner must bring in the title and apply for a Mobile Home Title Transfer Permit. All property taxes must be paid to obtain a permit including property taxes assessed from prior owners. Upon receipt of the transfer permit you must take the permit and the title to the Bureau of Motor Vehicles for the transfer of the title.
Moving Permits: A Mobile Home Moving Permit must be obtained from the County Treasurer's Office anytime a mobile home is moved. All property tax must be paid to obtain the permit including property taxes assessed to previous owners.