WHAT WE DO
County government duties change continually due to state and federal legislation or regulation. Much of the change is self imposed as counties change to meet the demand of their community.
Not all counties need to operate in exactly the same manner. Local control is the cornerstone in the delivery of effective and efficient public services. County government is there when you need it.
For more information about county government, contact your county officials or the Association of Indiana Counties through their web page Indianacounties.org
Programs & Public Involvement
There are many programs within our communities that can provide excellent involvement opportunities.
Vermillion County Indiana Commissioners’ Mentoring Program
The Commissioners’ Mentoring Program is an ambitious initiative to help educate high school students about local government and the duties of elected officials; to encourage civic engagements by students who are close to high school graduation; to persuade young citizens to complete their voter registrations..
Building Vibrant Communities Together
At Purdue Extension, we work alongside you to help build vibrant communities, strong families and profitable businesses — on Main Streets, in neighborhoods or on farms.
Visit or contact the Vermillion County Purdue Extension at 703 W Park St Suite #1 Cayuga, IN 47928 or (765) 492-5330
Vermillion County Health Department Immunization Clinic
Immunizations are free of charge and are available for Children newborn through 18 years of age.
Children must be brought by parent or guardian or have a signed permission letter and have previous shot records with them to be immunized.
The responsibilities of the sheriff serve the county and the state. The sheriff manages the county jail, prisoners confined in the county and administers work release programs.
The sheriff serves as an officer of the courts in the county to deliver service of warrants, subpoenas, and other forms of process.
Collecting delinquent state income tax or levying on the property of taxpayers for the amount due when a warrant is issued by the Indiana Department of Revenue commanding him or her to do so, and transmitting to the Department of Revnue the amount collected.
The sheriff may also appoint reserve deputies, if the county commissioners have enacted an ordinance specifying an authorized number of reserve deputies.
Usually coordinates or is involved in the response to emergency calls.
There is a lot of work that goes into running a county. Take a look at what some of our departments do to make your life run smoothly.
Vermillion County Government News
Notices & Press Releases
A place for important Vermillion County news and information.
CONNECT WITH US
Monday through Friday
8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Closed on major holidays
South County Residents use: (800) 340-8155
All others please use: (765) 492-5345
255 S. Main St.
Newport, IN 47966