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Courthouse Offices

What would a county be without a government to keeps things running smoothly? In Pulaski County, we govern with an eye to being involved as much as we are needed, or as little. Our County officials are here to help you out with any questions or troubles that you may encounter.

112 East Main Street, Winamac, Indiana 46996

Mon. – Fri., 8:00a.m. – 4:00p.m. ET

Assessor’s Office

The County Assessor is elected for a four-year term and may be re-elected without limit. The County Assessor oversees a four-year cyclical reassessment. Also, the County Assessor…

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Auditor’s Office

The County Auditor is elected for a four-year term and may serve for no more than eight years in a 12-year period. The auditor serves as secretary of…

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Clerk of Courts

The Clerk of the Courts is elected for a four-year term and may serve up to two consecutive terms in a 12-year period. The clerk is the…

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Recorder’s Office

The County Recorder is an elected official serving for a term of four years, but no more than eight years within a 12-year period. The Recorder’s chief…

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Surveyor’s Office/Drainage Board

The County Surveyor is elected for a four-year term and may be re-elected without limit. The primary duties of the surveyor are to survey ditches, to keep…

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Treasurer’s Office

The County Treasurer is elected to a four-year term and may serve up to two terms in a 12-year period. The treasurer is the custodian of all monies…

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