The County Assessors Office is responsible for assessing all real and personal property within Kosciusko County. The County Assessor shall keep the assessment data and records current by securing the necessary field data and making changes in the assessed value of real property as changes occur in its use. The assessment of property is in accordance with the rules of the State Board of Tax Commissioners. Assessing officials must follow the rules of the State Board of Tax Commissioners in making any assessment or reassessment of real property.

The County Assessor duties include: identifying, listing and calculating the assessed value of all Real and Personal property. Other duties include:
  1. Oversees the General Reassessment process.
  2. Serves as Secretary of the County Property Tax Assessment Board of Appeals.
  3. Ensures countywide uniform Property Assessment Equalization.
  4. Acts as the Inheritance Tax Appraiser and represents the Inheritance Tax Division.
  5. Calculates the assessed value of all real property in each taxing district.
  6. Verifies and reviews the self reported values of all personal property in each taxing district.
  7. Calculates the total assessed value of each taxing district.
  8. Certifies current Assessments to the County Auditor's Office.
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Indiana State Related Tax Forms

Property Record Cards
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Online Tools
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This link will allow you to search not only Kosciusko County but other Counties in Indiana that participate. The Pictometry Viewer has been added to the Kosciusko County Beacon site. Click on the "tool" to the left of measure icon then click on the screen to view Pictometry images.
  • News &
  • Public Notice
    PTBOA February 20, 2017
  • Pictometry Obliques
  • Inheritance Tax Repealed
    Indiana's Inheritance Tax has been repealed for taxpayers who died after December 31, 2012. Consents to Transfer (Form IH-14) or Notices of Intended Transfer of Checking Account (Form IH-19) are no longer required.

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