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Mailing Address:
Wayne County Treasurer
401 East Main Street Richmond, Indiana 47374




Elected Official: Cathy Williams
Located on the on the second floor of the
Wayne County Annex Building

Phone: (765) 973-9238
FAX: (765) 973-9383

Fall Due Date: Nov. 10, 2014
for all Wayne County Property Tax

Finding Out How Much Your Property Taxes are Online

Go to http://www.gis.co.wayne.in.us and follow the instructions.

Paying your Taxes

You can pay your property taxes several different ways.

  • Visiting the Wayne County Treasurer office at 401 East Main Street, Richmond, Indiana 47374. Cash, Check or Money Order.
  • Treasurer's Drop Box (no cash) located: South 4th St entrance of County Administration Building-payments picked up daily or by the Wayne Co. Treasurer's office.
  • Mail your payment to: Wayne County Treasurer 401 East Main Street Richmond, Indiana 47374.
  • Visit any First Bank Richmond Branch, Wayne Bank and Trust Branch or West End Bank Branch. Additional fee applied. See below for addresses.
  • Call 1-888-983-6438 and follow the instructions. Credit card only additional fee of 2.95%.
  • Sign up to receive Electronic Tax Statements or pay online here!   

New Link Wayne County Monthly Installment Payment Plan Sign Up Form

Bank Branch Addresses

First Bank
20 North 9th Street
Richmond, IN. 47374

First Bank Richmond**
East Side
3403 East Main St.
Richmond, IN. 47374
First Bank Richmond**
Inside Kroger
3701 East National Road
Richmond, IN. 47374
First Bank Richmond**
Motor Branch
601 South A St.
Richmond, IN. 47374
First Bank Richmond**
North Side
2499 Chester Blvd.
Richmond, IN. 47374

First Bank Richmond**
2929 National Rd. West
Richmond, IN. 47374

First Bank Richmond**
138 West Main St.
Cambridge City, IN. 47327
First Bank Richmond**
119 East Main St.
Centerville, IN. 47330
Wayne Bank and Trust
500 South A St.
Richmond, IN 47374
Wayne Bank and Trust
4403 East Main
Richmond, IN 47374

Wayne Bank and Trust
Cambridge City
145 West Main
Cambridge City , IN 47327


West End Bank*
34 South 7th
Richmond, IN 47374

West End Bank*
101 South 37th. St.
Richmond, IN. 47374

West End Bank*
10 East Main Street
Hagerstown, IN 47346

*A dollar charge will be assessed per parcel for non-customers. West End customers will pay a dollar flat rate.
** A dollar charge will be assessed per parcel at All First Bank Richmond Branch's.

About the Treasurer's Office

The County Treasurer is one of the five elected departmental officials you will find in each of Indiana's 92 counties. It is the job of the Treasurer to collect all property tax dollars from the property owners in the county. These dollars are monitored and invested by the Treasurer in addition to working closely with the County Auditor to distribute these funds to each of the entities which depends on these funds to operate. The funds collected by the Treasurer fund not only County Government but also local cities and towns (such as Richmond and Hagerstown), local townships (such as New Garden Twp. Or Abington Twp.), and School Systems which are the largest recipients of the property tax dollars next to the County Government.

These dollars fund the maintenance of roads, buildings, social services, law enforcement, the county courts, parks and recreation, and kindergarten through twelfth grade education and services.

The Wayne County Treasurer's Office has a staff of five including the elected official. The office processes close to 70,000 parcels (pieces of property) worth of tax collection. In addition the collection of Estate Taxes and Inns Keeper Taxes.

The County Treasurer is also charged with the maintenance of property tax records open to the public for review.

In addition to collection of funds and the maintenance of the records of those collections, the Treasurer invests the money collected. These funds can be invested in local banks in Certificates of Deposit, Money Market Accounts etc. The investment is necessary due to the fact that the funds are technically collected twice each year and therefore need to be making money while they are held in accounts before being used to run the government. Investment of funds allows the county to keep the tax rate down and taxes lower for the taxpayer. In a time of good investment rates a government entity can keep from raising taxes if the income from investment is good.

Revised 06/09/2014 15:41 Copyright Wayne County Government