Delaware County, Indiana

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Steve Minnick,
Building Commissioner/Zoning Administrator

  • Phone: (765) 747-7799
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Mike A. King,
County Clerk

100 W Main St
Muncie, IN 47305
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Mitch Cassell,
Executive Director, Community Corrections

225 N High St
Muncie, IN 47305
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  • Phone: (765) 747-7825
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Jason Rogers,
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210 S Jefferson St
Muncie, IN 47305
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  • Phone: (765) 747-7719
  • Fax: (765) 747-7739
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Angela Moyer,
Project Director/Administrator

7700 E Jackson St
Muncie, IN 47302
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Kyle Johnson,
GIS Coordinator

100 W Main St Room 204 Br
Muncie, IN 47305
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Donna Wilkins,
Health Officer

125 N Mulberry St
Muncie, IN 47305
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Robert Jessee,
Highway Superintendent

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100 W Main St
Muncie, IN 47305
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  • Phone: (765) 741-3397
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Jim Flook,
Information Technology Director

100 W Main St
Muncie, IN 47305
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  • Phone: (765) 747-7738
  • Fax: (765) 284-1875
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Marta Moody,
Executive Director

100 W Main St
Muncie, IN 47305
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Jeffrey Arnold,
Prosecuting Attorney

100 W Main St
Muncie, IN 47305
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  • Phone: (765) 747-7801
  • Fax: (765) 747-7830
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Melanie Marshall,
Delaware County Recorder

100 W Main St
Room 209
Muncie, IN 47305
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Ray Dudley,
Sheriff

100 W Washington St
Muncie, IN 47305
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Jason Rogers,
HSEMA/EMS Director

401 E Jackson St Br
Muncie, IN 47305
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Vickie L. Reed,
Chief Probation Officer

100 W Main St
Muncie, IN 47305
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Scott Hahn,
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Muncie, IN 47305
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Muncie, IN 47305
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Building Commissioner/Zoning Administrator

100 W Main St
Muncie, IN 47305
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Building Commissioner/Zoning Administrator

100 W Main St
Muncie, IN 47305
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100 W Main St
Muncie, IN 47305
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Susan Morris,
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Environment & Development Planner - GIS Specialist

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This site will serve as your gateway to all that is Delaware County - an East Central Indiana community of opportunity for all who live, work, play and visit. DISCOVER DELAWARE COUNTY.

Adult Probation

The Delaware County Adult Probation Office serves the five Circuit Courts of Delaware County.
 

There are currently eleven probation officers including the Chief and the Assistant Chief.

Our Office is located on the third floor of the Delaware County Building
 

Probation fees can be paid at our Office with money order. You can also pay by credit card by calling 1-888-604-7888. You will need the pay location number (5069)  and your probation id number to make credit card payments.

 

 

 

                           INDIANA PROBATION MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of probation is to provide necessary services to the offender toward reducing criminal/delinquent behavior while balancing the needs and enduring safety of the community. Probation is a profession that requires fundamental knowledge of the law, sentencing alternatives, human services, and community protection.

Auditor

 
The County Auditor is responsible for calculating the property tax rate and assisting taxpayers with deductions and exemptions.  The County Auditor also administers the county tax sale and property transfers. 
 
Other responsibilities include coordinating TIF and tax abatements for businesses and personal property owners and overseeing the county payroll, budget and finances.  The County Auditor is also responsible for the recording secretary for the County Commissioners and County Council. 

Clerk's Office

Welcome to the home page of the Delaware County Clerk of the Circuit Court. The Clerk is an elected county official and an officer of the Court. Responsibilities include:
  • Perform as an officer of the Circuit Court, manage court information and serve as chief financial officer for all revenues collected on behalf of the court
  • Oversee and conduct all elections. Administer and certify results for all federal, state, county, township, municipal, special and school board elections.
  • Effective January 2015, the Clerk's Office now charges $1.00 per page for copies. If you need a certified copy it will be an additional $1.00 per page.
 
 
 
 
 
For employment opportunities, visit the County Human Resources page.

Assessor

Thank you for visiting the Delaware County Assessor's Home Page. I hope that this new site helps you with all of your assessing questions and needs. There are fact sheets about assessing, downloadable forms, as well as contact information for your local assessing official. Please look our site over and make suggestions on things you would like to see.
 
The County Assessors Office is responsible for assessing of all real and personal property within Delaware County. The County Assessor shall keep the assessment data and records current by securing the necessary field data and making changes in the assessed value of real property as changes occur in its use. The assessment of property is in accordance with the rules of the State Board of Tax Commissioners. Assessing officials must follow the rules of the State Board of Tax Commissioners in making any assessment or reassessment of real property.

In addition, the County Assessor provides the following services:

  1. Keep information on residential & commercial property;
  2. Provide all forms for filing of personal property;
  3. Locating owners of properties;
  4. Assist in variances for people doing additions to property;
  5. Provide tax identification numbers; and 
  6. Keep plat maps current with deed changes.

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Commissioners

The Board of Commissioners of Delaware County consists of three elected people who serve together much like a city mayor but do so primarily over the unincorporated areas of the County. The County Commissioners are responsible for the administration of County business and may enact ordinances and resolutions as established by state law. In addition to performing executive duties, the County Commissioners also exercise many of the legislative powers and duties of the county.

Coroner

         Welcome to the Delaware County Coroner's website. This site is designed to help you by providing important information if you are faced with the loss of a loved one. Here you will find answers to frequently asked questions such as:

What do I do now?

What does it mean when a case is pending?

How do I obtain a copy of the death certificate?

as well as other relevant information to assist you during a very difficult time.

         It is the commitment of the Coroner's Office to serve the citizens of Delaware County through the performance of mandated functions pertaining to the deaths occurring within the County.

         The County Coroner is an elected official with many responsibilities, the foremost being the oversight of the investigation and certification of a variety of deaths within the Coroner's jurisdiction for legal or public health interest. The Coroner is required by law, to determine the cause, circumstances and manner of death for cases found to under the Coroner's legal jurisdiction.

         The Coroner's Office is staffed with and Office administrator, Chief Deputy Coroner and Deputy Coroner's to assist the Coroner with the various duties that befall the office and is done so with respect for the deceased and compassion for the families as they deal with the processes involved in bringing closure to their loss.

 

Council

The seven-member council appropriates all funds for county use, adopts the county budget, fixes the county tax rate, and has exclusive power to borrow money for the county.
 
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Title/District Telephone Term Expires Email Addr  
Larry Bledsoe At-Large (765) 744-1757 12/31/2020 Email  
Jessica Piper At-Large (765) 414-1837 12/31/2020 Email  
Scott Alexander At-Large (765) 748-4888 12/31/2020 Email  
Mary Chambers District 3 (765) 289-8928 12/31/2019 Email  
Jane Lasater District 4 (765) 744-3697 12/31/2019 Email
 
Ronald Quakenbush District 2 (765) 730-5939 12/31/2019 Email  
Chris Matchett District 1 (765) 759-4725 12/31/2019 Email  

Delaware County Court Administrator

Delaware County Emergency Communications




About the Delaware County Emergency Communications Center
Delaware County Emergency Communications Center, also known as, Delaware County E911, operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week and is responsible for answering all 911 and non-emergency calls for the citizens of Delaware County, Indiana. Communications personnel also dispatch Police, Fire, and Emergency Medical Services for the city of Muncie and rural areas of Delaware County. The citizens of Delaware County are provided quick access to emergency services by a team of 38 personnel.

The Emergency Communications Center (ECC) is the county's central command post to manage and coordinate major events and emergency responses. Equipped with three, wall mounted LCD screens displaying situational awareness applications; the center was designed for command and control purposes.

The ECC provides complete communications capabilities for all police, fire, medical, city and county emergency agencies. The center operates a world-class voice and data radio system, providing police and EMS/Fire personnel on the street, valuable information to help them respond quickly to emergency situations.

New World Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) software enables personnel to display stored or current information and connect externally to state and federal databases. GPS mapping software allows the ability to track the location of 911 callers via landlines or GPS capable devices. Approximately 350,000 calls are processed annually through the communications center.

The ECC utilizes language interpretation services that can interpret more than 140 languages in the event a 911 is received and the operator encounters a language barrier. The center is also equipped with Teletypewriter (TTY), as used by the hearing impaired to read voice communications converted to text.

Eight workstations are equipped with a high-end radio switch allowing all public safety agencies to communicate or create an audio bridge for patching communications during a crisis. Each position is equipped with six PLANAR 20-inch flat screens with added touch-screen capabilities. T1 uplink allows the ECC to send and receive data from the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) as well as State and other entities throughout the Indiana.

Today, DC911 protects life and property by operating a world-class public safety communications system and by coordinating and managing emergency situations. The agency continues to evolve as a progressive communications and operations center dedicated to the community it serves.

Delaware County Extension Office

Emergency Management

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Current Weather Hazards:

 

 
Delaware County Now Has a Public
Information Disaster Line!
 
For Information about Disaster Relief
  Inside Delaware County Indiana
1-765-273-3422
 
*Do Not Leave A Message!
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The Emergency Management Division is responsible for work in the development, implementation and management of county-wide disaster prevention, preparedness, response, recovery and mitigation. It is responsible for the County's all-hazard Comprehensive Emergency Plan and coordinates the activities for the County's Emergency Operations Center (EOC). The EOC, when activated is a central location where representatives of local government and private sector agencies convene during disaster situations to make decisions, set priorities and coordinate resources for response and recovery. The Emergency Management Operations Division also provides the following services to our emergency support partners.


* Mobile Command Post
 
* Portable Street Lights
 
* Generators
 
* Rapid Deployment Tents
 
* Misting Rehab Fan Unit
 
* ATV Units
 
 
Special Response Team (Volunteers)
 
* Missing Person Search
 
* Traffic Control
 
* Perimeter Assistance
 
* Community Emergency Response Team Training
 
* District Response Task Force


Routinely, public safety personnel and emergency managers respond to natural, technological, or civil emergencies throughout Muncie and Delaware County. Occasionally, these events reach a magnitude that is beyond the response capability of local or county level resources. Events of this nature may require the support of adjoining jurisdictions to include cities, counties, the State of Indiana, adjoining states, and federal resources.


Given an emergency of extraordinary scale, these events may be formally declared a disaster by the Governor of Indiana and by the President of the United States. The State of Indiana response to state and federal level disasters are managed by the Indiana Department of Homeland Security in the State Emergency Operations Center. The State of Indiana Emergency Operations Center, located in the lower level of the Indiana Government Center, functions as a central coordination center for subject matter experts and key organization personnel who facilitate an effective, direct and coordinated response to the needs of the citizens of Indiana in the event of a natural disaster or significant events.

Amateur Radio Operations
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Delaware County EMA welcomes all Amateur Radio operators to register as a DCEMA resource.
We will notify you by email for general information, events, and list you or your station for Emergency or RACES communications.

Fill out the DCEMA Amateur Radio Registration form

Our Races Officer is
NQ8E, Gary Bolderson

The Delaware County EOC is WD9EOC
 


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The Delaware County Emergency Management Agency strongly recommends the utilization of an emergency alert radio that is capable of receiving information from the "All Hazard Radio Network". The emergency alert radio is capable of providing important weather related information such as tornado watches or warnings. In addition to urgent weather related information the all hazard radio is capable of relaying information such as "AMBER ALERTS" and chemical spills/releases in your area.

 

EMS

 
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Family Support IV-D

The Delaware County Family Support Division provide the following services:

  • Enforcement and Collection of child support from pre-existing court order awarding child support payments.
  • Establishment of Paternity and enforcement and collection of child support
  • Establishment of a support order where the mother and father are currently separated by not divorced.

Services are free if TANF or Medicaid benefits are currently or have ever been received. If no such benefits have ever been received, the fee for our services is $25.00, which must be paid by cashier's check or money order payable to Indiana Family and Social Services Administration.

Geographic Information Systems

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What is GIS?

The Delaware County Office of Geographic Information manages the County's Geographic Information System (GIS). A GIS is a computer-based mapping system which relates various types of data and information with real-world locations.

The Delaware County GIS Department has three primary goals:

  • To efficiently create and maintain a state-of-the-art GIS which accurately and comprehensively represents all relevant and useful geographic data and information about the County
  • To deliver this data to the general public, private sector clients, and associated governmental agencies
  • To provide expert GIS consulting and application development

The basis of Delaware County's GIS is its library of GIS data layers. These layers provide a comprehensive representation of the County's property fabric; basic infrastructure; environment; recreational facilities; governmental structure and facilities; emergency services infrastructure and facilities; and transportation network. These layers have been developed utilizing high-resolution aerial photos (6" pixel) of Delaware County as a base. The most recent set of aerial photos was acquired in 2010, with planned update of imagery in 2013.

These GIS data layers are developed and maintained by the GIS Department and other County Departments utilizing ESRI's suite of ArcGIS software. The GIS Department manages an "enterprise GIS," allowing a network of over 60 users in 16 County and City of Muncie Departments at locations throughout the City and County to access a central server database operated and maintained by the Department.

What do we do?

As an enterprise GIS, one key objective of the GIS Department is to seamlessly integrate GIS into the daily workflows of County and City Departments and partner organizations. In other counties and organizations, GIS integration has provided time and cost-savings, improved analysis capabilities, and enhanced decision-making capabilities. Therefore, in order to facilitate GIS integration, the GIS Department provides consulting services to its internal County agencies as well as its partner organizations. The GIS Department examines business practices for departments and develops recommended areas for applying GIS to daily tasks. Under certain circumstances, the GIS Department also will develop custom applications to meet the needs of County departments and partner organizations.

 

We provide Geographic Information support to Government agencies, Public Citizens, Community Organizations, and many others! Maintenance of Geographic datasets is the main task of this department. Geographic support includes, but is not limited to:

  • map creation
  • geographic analysis
  • address geocoding
  • suitability studies
  • land analysis
  • hazard analysis
  • field data collection
  • spatial data collection
  • environmental analysis
  • inventory management
  • geographic systems education and presentations
  • integration of GIS into government offices
  • cartographic and graphic design
  • custom web-based mapping applications
  • and much, much more

Why GIS?

Nearly 80% of information housed in government is geographic in some way. In order to make informed and accurate decisions, all geographic information involved with a certain area must be known and understood. Efficient delivery and presentation of this geographic data is what we are all about.

Our ultimate goal is to make County GIS information accessible from anywhere, by whomever needs it. We have moved much closer to this goal by offering the
beacon online mapping tool.
 
SAG Award
The Delaware County Geographic Information System
was selected as a recipient of the 2008 Special Achievement
in GIS Award. The GIS Dept accepted the award on August
6th at the ESRI International User Conference.
Click Here to View the Press Release
 




The Delaware County Office of Geographic Information
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OF the
IGIC
 

Delaware County Health Department

 
The Delaware County Health Department provides a wide range of services to the community. For specific information, visit one of these sections of our website:
  • Administration
  • Environmental Health Division
  • Community Health Division
  • Informatics and Infrastructure Division
  • Public Health Preparedness and Emergency Response Division


10 Essential Public Health Services

The Essential Public Health Services provide the fundamental framework by describing the public health activities that should be undertaken in all communities. The Essential Services provide a working definition of public health and a guiding framework for the responsibilities of local public health systems.

  1. Monitor health status to identify and solve community health problems.
  2. Diagnose and investigate health problems and health hazards in the community.
  3. Inform, educate and empower people about health issues.
  4. Mobilize community partnerships and action to identify and solve health problems.
  5. Develop policies and plans that support individual and community health efforts.
  6. Enforce laws and regulations that protect health and ensure safety.
  7. Link people to needed personal health services and assure the provision of health care when otherwise unavailable.
  8. Assure competent public and personal health care workforce.
  9. Evaluate effectiveness, accessibility, and quality of personal and population-based health services.
  10. Research for new insights and innovative solutions to health problems.


 
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