“Our physical location in the City-County Building is open for a limited time each day, but our online services can be accessed anytime from the convenience of a person’s home or office”
Prior to this change, only those users with a monthly account agreement were able to access this information. Now any person can review Marion County’s tax warrant and summons/service of process information electronically by using their debit or credit card information. The cost to initiate the search and review the information is $2.04.
“Our physical location in the City-County Building is open for a limited time each day, but our online services can be accessed anytime from the convenience of a person’s home or office,” Clerk White said. “These two new services will enhance access to the court’s public information, which I hope will benefit our customers because they may no longer need to make a trip downtown.”
The new services are available by visiting http://www.indy.gov/eGov/County/Clerk/ and selecting the ‘Online Access to Public Records’ or by visiting http://www.indygov.biz and selecting the ‘Court Records’ menu option.
About the Marion County Clerk’s Office
Now serving her second term in office, Marion County Clerk Beth White is the record keeper and fiscal agent for Marion County’s Circuit and Superior Courts. Clerk White is also the chief election official for Marion County. For more information, visit www.indy.gov/clerk or call (317) 327-4740.
About Local Government Online Indiana (LoGO Indiana)
Local Government Online Indiana (LoGO) provides eCommerce application development and payment processing services to cities, towns and counties across Indiana and is a wholly owned subsidiary of eGovernment provider NIC (Nasdaq: EGOV). Additional information is available at http://www.logoindiana.com.
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