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Assessor's Office

The responsibilities of the County Assessor include all land and property transfers and splits, new construction in the county, land assessment, sales disclosures and sales validations, oversight of the plat room and mapping division and this office also handles all consents and estate and inheritance filing.

The Floyd County Plat room provides a map and plat documentation for Floyd County. Plat Maps are available for viewing from Monday through Friday from 8:00 am - 4:00 pm in Room 100.

Property Tax Board of Appeals

  • Marvin Schmidt
  • David Riley
  • Shelli Koetter

Property Tax Board of Appeals Meetings

To determine the next Property Tax Board of Appeals meeting please contact the Floyd County Assessor for the specific date and time.

Appeals Process

IC 6-1.1-15-1.1

As a result of legislation passed in 2017, significant changes were made to the appeal process. Taxpayers wishing to contest the assessed value of the property may do so by submitting a Form 130 prescribed by the State to the County Assessor's office. The Form 133, which was previously used to contest assessments on objective grounds, has been eliminated. Taxpayers wishing to contest their assessment on objective grounds (for example, a garage that has been removed or too much square footage) should complete and submit page 1 & Section III, page 2 of Form 130.

Download -  FORM 130 / Assessment Appeal

Form 11's (Notice of Assessment) are mailed out each year by April 30th. The appeal deadline each year is June 15th.

Personal Property

Personal Property Online Portal (PPOP-IN)

The Indiana Department of Local Government Finance (DLGF) has a new online service portal to file business personal property filings which can be found here

Self Assessment forms for personal property are available each spring. The forms must be filed by May 15. Copies of the form are available at the Floyd County Assessor's Office or online at Business personal property in Indiana is a SELF-ASSESSMENT SYSTEM; therefore, it is the responsibility of the TAXPAYER to obtain the appropriate forms and file a return with the correct assessing official by May 15 of each year.

Any entity, including any firm, company, partnership, association, corporation, or individual...owning, holding, possessing or controlling...tangible business personal property and having a tax situs within the State of Indiana on January 1, must file a business personal property tax return with the appropriate assessor's office.

All forms must be signed, dated, and include a phone number, and federal ID number or the last 4 digits of your SS number.

Returns under $80,000

If the total amount of personal property is under $80,000, the owner is exempt from taxation but is still required to file a timely return every year.

Failure to File (Form 133/PP)

If a taxpayer does not file the appropriate forms by the due date, Form 113/PP (Notice of Assessment Change / Failure to File) will be sent with an estimated assessed value. The taxpayer has 30 days to file a return (from the date of notice) to correct the assessed value. If no return is filed after receiving Form 113, then the assessment stated on Form 113 will become your assessment for that year.

Failure to file a return on or before the due date as required by law will result in the imposition of a $25.00 penalty. In addition, if a return is not filed within 30 days after the return was due, a penalty equal to 20% of the taxes finally determined to be due with respect to the property which should have been reported will be imposed.


  • Business Tangible Personal Property Return - Form 104
  • Business Tangible Personal Property - Form 103 S
  • Business Tangible Personal Property - Form 103 L
  • Farmer's Tangible Personal Property - Form 102

Tax Bill Estimator

The Department of Local Government Finance (DLGF), in partnership with the Indiana Business Research Center (IBRC) at Indiana University, created the below tax bill projection tools for Indiana taxpayers. These tools will allow the taxpayer to enter their property's assessed value and possible deductions to see a range of tax bill estimates.

Tax Calculator

The estimates provided by these tools are projections only and should not be taken as a statement of true tax liability.

For a list of Taxing Districts (Number/Name) by Township, please see this listing made available by the DLGF.

Indiana Sales Disclosure Form Information:

A new Sales Disclosure System is now in place. Please see the new links below for additional information.

Visit the Indiana Sales Disclosure Website

Indiana Sales Disclosure User Guide & Online Video Tutorial Website

Related Information

Office Staff

Terry Watson

County Assessor

Amanda Pahmeier

Chief Deputy

Karen Bell

1st Deputy Personal Property

Julie Keener

1st Deputy New Construction

Julie Nifong

2nd Deputy Sales Disclosures

Cheryl Mills

2rd Deputy (Mobile Homes & Exemptions)

Assessor's Office Information

Phone: (812) 948-5420
Fax: (812) 941-4570

Floyd County County Assessor
311 Hauss Square, Room B3
New Albany IN 47150

Office Hours: Monday- Friday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm