Jackson County property taxes due Nov. 10


The fall installment of this year’s property taxes are due in the Jackson County Treasurer’s Office by 4:30 p.m. Nov. 10.

Payments made in the treasurer’s office must be in the form of cash, check, money order or cashier’s check.

Taxpayers also may make a payment at State Bank of Medora as long as they have their statement. Payments cannot be made at The Peoples Bank branches at this time as their lobbies are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Payments also can be placed in a drop box outside the Jackson County Courthouse.

There are no electronic methods of paying property taxes at this time due to difficulties with the service the county uses. If an electronic method becomes available, it will be on jacksoncounty.in.gov.

Treasurer Roger Hurt recommends going to lowtaxinfo.com to retrieve property tax information. To retrieve info, click on Jackson County and search by name. He foresees this will become an important website next year due to social distancing.

Payments postmarked or made in person after Nov. 10 will automatically incur a penalty.

Questions regarding assessments can be directed to the assessor’s office at 812-358-6111, while questions regarding tax rates, exemptions or deductions can be made to the auditor’s office at 812-358-6122.

For information, call the treasurer’s office at 812-358-6126.

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