911 service for all of Elkhart County except Elkhart City.
Dispatch for police, fire and EMS agencies except Elkhart City.
The goal of the Auditor’s office is to maintain consistent and professional service to the taxpayers in a timely manner. We are committed to providing accurate accounting, reporting and auditing services to the citizens and governmental units in accordance with Federal, State and local laws.
To process the work of the Courts; collect fines, fees and costs; collect child support cash payments; issue marriage licenses; conduct elections; administer voter registration; oversee Archives & Microfilm; and keep the records of the Courts, Election Board, and Voter Registration.
To use evidence-based practices and programs that partner with our community and offenders to affect positive life change.
We will become an evidence-based organization that collaborates with our community partners to intentionally direct our offenders toward a crime-resistance life.
The Concord Township Assessor is responsible for accurately and uniformly determining the market-value-in-use of every parcel in the county. This is achieved by using three approaches to value: Cost, Income, and Sales Comparison.
The Elkhart County Drug Court was certified as a Problem Solving Court by the Indiana Office of Court Services in 2019. Drug Courts take an approach to help addicted offenders into long-term recovery by using a specialized model with a non-adversarial team.
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) link data to geographic location for management and analysis. Several Elkhart County departments use GIS to efficiently access, map and manage a variety of information. This includes highway projects, parcel data, zoning, and much more!
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The Health Department offers services to all county residents with a vision of “Healthy Lives, Healthy Communities.” The Department is lead by a Health Officer who is entrusted with the responsibility of addressing the public health concerns of Elkhart County.
Healthy Beginnings, a division of the Health Department, offers programs aimed at prevention, education and early intervention to enhance the health and lives of infants, young children and pregnant and/or breastfeeding women.
The Elkhart County Human Resources Department exists to provide a full range of effective and supportive services to our employees, supervisors, department heads, and elected officials. Our services take into account the many legal regulations and guidelines as well as the human element in responding to a wide variety of human resource needs through the County system.
The Elkhart County Juvenile Detention Center is a locked, secure facility which houses juveniles under the age of 18 who are ordered detained pursuant to the Indiana Code. Juvenile Detention is defined as a temporary secure setting for a juvenile accused of or adjudicated of a delinquent act who cannot safely go home.
The objective of the Solid Waste Management District is to promote recycling, source reduction and other acceptable forms of activities which diverts material from entering the landfill. The solid waste district is also involved in educating the public on various environmental related issues such as proper disposal of household hazardous waste and composting.
For all information pertaining to the Prosecuting Attorney, please click on the link here or the button below.
The Cooperative Extension Service is one of the nation's largest providers of scientific research-based information and education. It's a network of colleges, universities, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture, serving communities and counties across America.
The primary function of the Recorder's office is to accurately record and maintain public records according to the statutes of the State of Indiana and make them accessible for viewing by the public. We preserve a wide variety of official documents affecting real estate and numerous other valuable miscellaneous documents including affidavits, plats, military discharges, contracts, and federal tax liens.
Our mission is to assist and educate citizens, land users, and other agencies in the wise use of natural resources in Elkhart County. Whether you are a farmer, contractor, educator, gardener, land owner, or just enjoy the outdoors; we hope you can use our services to help appreciate and conserve our natural resources!
The Elkhart County Stormwater Board (composed of the three County Commissioners and the County Surveyor) also acts as the Greater Elkhart County Stormwater Partnership Board.
The Treasurer is the custodian of all money belonging to the County. The primary duties of the office are to collect taxes, properly account for all County funds, and invest those County funds. We offer assistance to the public with property tax collection, questions and solutions and also the documents and certification necessary to obtain a mobile home permit or an alcohol permit in Elkhart County.