County Auditor

Welcome to the Huntington County Auditor's Office website. This site is designed to provide you with information about our office and the services and resources available to you. It is the highest goal of our office to consistently provide professional and courteous service to the public in a timely manner.
The County Auditor is a constitutional office holder elected by the vote of the county at large for a term of four years with prohibition against serving more than two consecutive terms.
The Auditor is the Chief Financial Officer of the County. The staff is responsible for handling all receipts and disbursements of County funds, creating financial statements for the County, completing annual reports for review by the State Board of Accounts, and maintaining payroll for over 214 County employees.
Additionally, the office handles all transfers of ownership of real property, preserves the plat maps of the County GIS system, maintains tax duplicates for all real, personal, mobile home, drainage and special assessment records, controls distributions of tax collections, special assessments, and special revenue collections for all units of government within Huntington County, and manages the filing of all applications for exemptions and deductions allowable by state statute.
The Auditor is also Secretary to the County Council. All budgets, salary ordinances, additional appropriations, transfers, and abatement applications are submitted to Council for approval. The Auditor maintains the minutes of all County Council proceedings.