Assessors' Offices

401 East Main Street
Richmond, IN 47374

Located on the west end of the west wing on the first floor of the Wayne County Annex Building
Open Monday through Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm

County Assessor: Timothy G Smith
Level 3 Certified Assessor/Appraiser
Phone: (765) 973-9254
FAX: (765) 973-9496

Wayne Township Assessor: Gary D Callahan
Level 3 Certified Assessor/Appraiser
Phone: (765) 973-9227

Notice of Assessment of Land and Improvements (Form 11) Lookup

The Assessor’s Office is responsible for estimating the value of your property, expressed as its taxable or assessed value. Assessments are based on guidelines and regulations enacted by state legislators and adopted by the Indiana Department of Local Government Finance. This is accomplished by discovering, listing and calculating. The county assessor then certifies assessed values of real and personal property to the county auditor for taxes. We serve as the secretary of the County Property Tax Assessment Board of Appeals within the county. The County Assessor works closely with the Department of Local Government Finance, which adopts the rules for assessing of property in Indiana. We also answer taxpayer’s questions and assist appraisers, realtors, insurance agencies and lending brokers with property information daily. We are responsible for all exemption and sales disclosure filings. Wayne County is divided into fifteen townships and 34 taxing districts with real estate parcels and personal property parcels. Wayne Township has an elected assessor who works with the County Assessor to maintain fair and accurate property information.

The annual date of assessment is January 1st of each given year. On this date, the total value of each person’s real and personal property is assessed for tax levy purposes for the current year.

Real property (land and structures) is assessed annually and whenever a change is made.


  • Businesses filing a total acquisition cost under $80,000 per county are now Exempt from taxation, SEA 1C 6-1.1-3-7-2. Businesses with less than $80,000 must file a 103 Personal Property From. (a 102 Personal Property Form for farms) A $25 penalty will be added to next year’s tax bill as a failure to file by May 15th.

  • Businesses with $80,000 or more acquisition cost of equipment, will file a 103 Personal Property Form. (a 102 personal property form for farms)

  • January 1st is the filling date for Business Personal Property forms. Returns are due or must be postmarked by May 15th of each given year. Failure to file all forms on or before the due date will result in penalties being applied to next year’s tax bill per IAC 4.2-2-10 and cannot be waived by our office.

  • We do not mail Business Tangible Personal Property Forms. Forms can be downloaded from the Department of Local Government Finances website or you are welcome to visit the County Assessor/Township Assessor office, if you need additional assistance completing the forms. All forms must be signed and dated or will be returned.

  • Please inform our office if you are no longer in business, have moved or filed under a different name and we will make the appropriate changes.

For more information or assistance, please contact Timothy G Smith, Wayne County Assessor or
Gary D Callahan, Wayne Township Assessor.