Clark County Treasurer's Office
The County Treasurer is the property tax collector and custodian of all monies with responsibility for investing idle funds and maintaining an adequate cash flow. The treasurer settles with township and city treasurers for taxes collected for the county and state. The treasurer collects real, personal and mobile home property taxes. The Treasurer maintains debt service accounts for bonded indebtedness of the County.
Installment Plans Welcome and Encouraged!
Taxpayers are welcome to set up a monthly installment plan using the ”Pay Online” service. You can set up a recurring monthly (or other period) payment that will be debited from your checking account. If you do not have a mortgage escrow account, but would like the convenience of paying monthly, please click through to our online payment portal and set up your own monthly installment plan directly with the County Treasurer. Please contact us if you have any questions: Treasurer@co.Clark.IN.us.
About Clark County Tax Sales
Indiana Code provides that real property parcels with delinquent taxes due will be offered for a tax certificate sale by the County Treasurer. Auction sales are held at the Clark County Government Center Room #418, in Jeffersonville, Indiana. Successful bidders will obtain a lien on the parcel through a Tax Sale Certificate issued by the County Auditor. Property owners have one year from the date of the sale to “redeem” their property by paying the amounts prescribed by Indiana Code which includes interest on the amounts paid by the successful bidder/investor. If the property is not redeemed within one year of the auction date, the successful bidder may obtain a tax deed to the property by following procedure as outlined in the Indiana Code. The above referenced is a brief summary of the process. Note the reference to Indiana Code throughout – investor/bidders should obtain legal advice as you work your way through the Tax Sale process. Specific information, including a listing of available properties in the Clark County auction, can be obtained at www.sri-taxsale.com or contact the Treasurer’s office at 812-285-6205.
- Payments may be made at area banks only if there is no delinquency, it is not a reprint bill, and paid by the due date. Area banks accepting payments are Commerce Bank, German American Bank, Main Source Bank, New Washington State Bank, and WesBanco Bank.
- By Mail - Enclose Copy A and/or Copy B and a check for the amount due (you may pay both A & B by May 12 if that is convenient for you, but you must pay A by May 12 and B by November 10 to avoid penalty). Please include a stamped self-addressed envelope for a receipt. Mail to: Clark County Treasurer, P.O. Box 1508, Jeffersonville, IN 47131-1508.
- In Person - with entire statement in treasurers office. Treasurer's Office Clark County Government Building 501 E. Court Ave. Room 125 Jeffersonville, IN 47130
- Credit Cards, and Electronic Checks Accepted online, by phone (1-888-983-6443 - press 1) and in the Treasurer's Office (credit card only)! There is a processing fee of 2.95% added to your bill for the convenience, on credit cards, and a flat fee for electronic checks of $0.95. To process a payment online click the appropriate link above!
Gov Tech Tax Services provides tax information to professionals researching tax information in Clark County. Gov Tech Tax Services are used primarily for escrow payers, title companies and real estate agents. Click on the title link above to visit Gov Tech Tax Services website.
Delinquent personal property certified to court judgments CANNOT be paid on the Clark County Government website. For personal property judgment information or amounts, contact American Financial Credit Services, Inc. (AFCS). AFCS is the collection agency serving Clark County Government. AFCS handles collection of personal property tax bills which have been certified. Once a bill has been certified the taxpayer must work with AFC directly to pay the amount due. Click on the title link above to visit the AFCS website or call 1-888-317-2327 Ext #500. (AFCS does NOT accept payments for regular property tax payments)
Clark County Taxpayer Frequently Asked Questions
How can I receive my bill?
1. You can receive a paper copy by mail, generally mailed in early April each year. Taxes are generally due each May 10 and November 10.
2. You can receive the bill by email. If you want to receive the bill by email you will need to register. Go to the County website, www.co.clark.in.us, under Government , go to Treasurer, click on box to pay taxes online and register. Once you have registered you will receive your bill by email and reminders when to pay.
How can I pay my bill?
1. Pay online at Invoice Cloud www.co.clark.in.us by credit card or debit card for a convenience fee of 2.95% or by electronic check for $.95.
2. By mail to Clark County Treasurer PO Box 1508 Jeffersonville Indiana 47131-1508,
3. By overnight courier to 501 E. Court Avenue Room 125, Jeffersonville, IN 47130.
4. You can make a payment in person at the Clark County Treasurer’s Office (see three above).
5. Pay by phone at 1-888-983-6443 by credit card or debit card for a convenience fee of 2.95% or by electronic check for $.95.
6. You can also pay at local banks, German American Bank, MainSource Bank, New Washington State Bank or Your Community Bank, You must have tax bill to pay at the Banks and only during the collection season.
What is Invoice Cloud?
Invoice Cloud is a web-based, electronic invoice presentment and payment company that we have partnered with to provide faster, more convenient billing services to our customers. By automating billing and collections, customers can click and pay online while helping the environment and reducing clutter in their home or workspace. You can always view, save, print and pay online.
What information do I need to pay online or by phone?
1. You will need the Tax ID number that is on the bill or the name that is on the bill or address..
2. When paying online put either the name, Tax ID number or address, do not put all three, it will not work if you do.
If I pay different bills (i.e. property tax) do I need to register twice?
Yes, one time registration is required for each bill type to access the resident portal. You need to register for each of the bill types and accounts you wish to pay online. If you own two parcels you will need to register both parcels. Once the initial registration process has been completed for each of your accounts (parcels), viewing and paying future invoices will be in place. However, if you register your accounts with the same email and password, you will get a list of accounts to choose from in your customer portal.
Using the System
How does the system work?
It is very simple. Here are the 3 steps taken by customers:
1. Customer receives email notification or accesses account via the Biller website by clicking on the “View or Pay Your Bill” button.
2. Customer locates and views invoice and either enters payment information for a One Time Payment or registers to schedule a payment.
3. Customer receives an email confirmation with their payment amount and payment process date.
Do I have to enter an email address to make a payment?
Yes, an email address is required for payment confirmation. A payment receipt is sent via email.
What is Auto-Pay?
If you elect to opt in to Auto-Pay, it means that your bills will be paid automatically on their due dates using your default credit card or bank account. This will avoid any late fees and free you from having to remember when to pay.
Can I cancel Auto-Pay?
Yes, simply go into your profile and uncheck the auto-pay box that you had previously checked when you elected to opt into Auto-Pay.
I signed up for Auto Pay but do not see any information under “My scheduled payments".
The Auto Pay date will not appear under scheduled payments. Auto Pay will be debited from the customer’s account on the due date.
What are scheduled payments?
Scheduled payments are scheduled individually by you for each bill on your specified date.
Can I schedule payments?
Yes. You can set up a future payment at any time prior to the bill due date.
Can I change a scheduled payment?
Yes, as long as it is changed before the date it was scheduled to be paid.
What is the difference between auto-pay and a scheduled payment?
Auto-pay is an automated process which pays your balance in full each billing cycle at 2am on the due date; scheduled payments are manually entered by you for the date you choose for each bill you choose.
What is flex pay?
Flex pay allows you to pay monthly towards your May and November taxes and it allows you to pick the day each month. 6 payments per tax cycle @ .25, anything less than 6 payments is .95. This function is ready upon payment of the May 2012 payment.
What if I already have auto-pay or a scheduled payment set up with my bank?
You will need to contact your bank and cancel your automated or scheduled payment before the payment is due (typically payments are made a couple days in advance of the due date, so don’t wait until the last minute).
Can I make a payment on the taxes before the bill is sent and has a $0 balance?
Yes, you can make payments starting in January for the May installment, you have to register on Invoice Cloud, once you are registered login, click on MY ACCOUNT, VIEW PAID OR CLOSED ACCOUNTS, SELECT INVOICE, CONTINUE PAYMENT
Contact the Treasurer's Office
David Reinhardt, Clark County Treasurer
Clark County Government Building
501 E. Court Avenue Room #125
Jeffersonville, IN 47130
Email - Treasurer@co.Clark.in.us
Office Hours: 8:30 - 4:30, Monday - Friday
Closed daily from noon to 1:00 pm for lunch