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Effective September 1, 2023 the Martin County Auditor's office is requiring all parcel numbers to be on all deeds.  The fee has changed to $10 per parcel number in a deed or other document. The sales disclosure fee remains unchanged at $20. Please see the referenced ordinances below.

The Auditor is the principal financial officer for county government as defined under IC 36-2-9-2. The Auditor serves as a secretary to the Board of Commissioners, and to the County Council and must prepare and file an annual financial report with the State Board of Accounts.

What We Do

  • Calculate property tax for all real, personal, mobile home, drainage, and special assessment records
  • Complete annual reports for review by the State Board of Accounts
  • Control distributions of tax collections, special assessments, and special revenue collections for all units of government within Martin County
  • Monitors County financial statements and budgets
  • Accounts Payable and Receivables
  • Property Transfers
  • Risk Management
  • Asset Management
  • Payroll

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Useful Links

Martin County Auditor Staff

Michelle Norris, Auditor
P: (812) 247-3731
F: (812) 247-2756

Melissa Cooper, Deputy Auditor
Accounts Payable, Claims, Deductions, Deeds, Transfers

Teresa Wininger, Deputy Auditor
Payroll, Risk Management, Tax Sale Processing

Dianna Ragsdale, Deputy Auditor
Accounts Payable/Receivable, Claims, and Capital Assets

Connie Hall, Administrative Assistant
Deductions and Deeds/Transfers

Contact Us

Auditor’s Office
P: (812) 247-3731
F: (812) 247-2756
Hours: M-F 8 am - 4 pm