Paige Kilgore is the Vermillion County Assessor, and was caucused in beginning September 1, 2014. In 2013 she obtained her Level III certification. Paige is assisted by 1st Deputy Karen Johnson, Level II Certified, and Micah Plunkett, 2nd Deputy.
Dates to remember:
January 15th, Personal Property Mobile Home Assessment date.
March 1st, Assessment date for all other property, Residential, agricultural land, commercial and industrial.
May 15th, Business Personal Property forms must be filed or late filing fee and penalties will apply.
We are responsible for the Assessment of all property in our County. Property includes all improvements on the land. Taxpayers are encouraged to remember that March 1st of any year is the assessment date, and taxes are always a year behind. VermillionCounty has 12,600 parcels of property, and it is important for taxpayers to be aware of their assessments. Property cards can be obtained from the GIS link at the VermillionCounty web site, or we will be happy to send you a copy of your assessment record card.
For the March 1st Assessment date, we will mail a notice of assessment. If you believe your assessment is higher than market value, you may file an appeal, in writing, within 45 days of this notice.