Please be made aware that there are fraudulent tax lien notices being sent out in an attempt to collect money for a "TAX ASSESSMENT SECURITIES" or "TAX LIEN UNIT/TAX PROCESSING SERVICE". These notices mention Grant County in an attempt to deceive individuals. If you receive such a notice and you are unsure of the validity of the notice, please check with the Sheriffs Department. If it is fraudulent, please notify the Sheriffs Department to help attempt to locate the responsible party for possible criminal action.
Tax statements for 2022 payable 2023 will be mailed to the last known address on file no later than April 15th, 2023 [IC 6-1.1-22-8.1]. If you do not receive a tax statement by May 1st, you can check the website to look up your information. Not receiving a tax statement does not relieve your responsibility of paying property taxes due. In order to pay your property taxes, you have the following options:
-MAIL- 401 S. Adams St., Suite 229 Marion, IN 46953
-DROPBOX (24/7)- located at the Adams St. entrance on the west side of the County Complex. A second location is in the common area between the Sheriffs Department and the County Annex Building. This will be checked daily. NO CASH PAYMENTS in drop-box.
-LOCAL BANKS- Mutual Bank, First Farmers Bank & Trust, VIA, Grant County State Bank, Fairmount State Bank, Star
-ONLINE- www.grantcounty.net -locate the Treasurers office page under the drop down menu and there will be a link to pay your taxes.
-PHONE- 1(877)690-3729 -Grant County Jurisdiction code: 2411
Effective March 1, 2023 Credit/Debit/E-Check payment fees will be slightly increasing:
-E-Checks $2.00 flat fee (was $1.50)
-Credit Card processing fee 2.55% of total ( was 2.50%)
-Debit Card processing fee $4.00 flat fee ( was $3.95)
Certified 2022 payable 2023 property tax amounts are now certified.
What penalties will be applied to my property taxes if I fail to pay by the date they are due?
If an installment of real property taxes is completely paid on or before the date 30 days after the due date and the taxpayer is not liable for delinquent property taxes first due and payable in a previous installment for the same parcel, the amount of the penalty is equal to 5% of the amount of delinquent taxes. Otherwise, the amount of the penalty is equal to 10% of the amount of delinquent taxes. Also, with respect to property taxes due in two equal installments, on the day immediately following the due dates of the first and second installments in each year following the year of the initial delinquency, an additional penalty equal to 10% of any taxes remaining unpaid will be added. A property may become subject to a tax sale if the taxes remain unpaid (IC 6-1.1-24-1).
NOTE: If you own property in Grant County and do not receive a tax bill in the mail by May 1st, please contact our office. It is likely that the mailing address on file with the Auditor's office was not valid or current at the time of printing and the statement has been returned to our office.
YOU WILL ONLY RECEIVE ONE TAX BILL FOR THE YEAR.
FAILURE TO RECEIVE A TAX STATEMENT BY MAIL DOES NOT RELIEVE TAXPAYER OF THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR PAYMENT AND PENALTIES WHEN DELINQUENT.