Departments

  1. Animal Shelter

    See information about the Miami County Animal Shelter.

  2. Assessor

    The primary function of the County Assessor is to assess the value of real and personal property.

  3. Auditor

    The Auditor's Office is responsible for handling the payments of all bills, payroll for all county employees, human resources, and filing proper reports to the State of Indiana.

  4. Building Commission

    The Miami County Building Department is responsible for issuing Building Permits and providing follow-up inspections for construction and remodeling projects in the unincorporated areas of Miami County.

  5. Cemetery Board

    Find information about the Cemetery Board including contact information and meeting times.

  6. Economic Development

    The Miami County Economic Development Authority (MCEDA) is the primary economic and community development organization for Miami County, Indiana. Miami County consists of several small communities and the county seat of Peru, Indiana. MCEDA is a unique partnership of private enterprise and government working as one for the prosperity of North Central Indiana.

  7. Extension Office

    Purdue Extension is reaffirming its mission of serving the needs of people and helping to make their communities stronger.

  8. Highway Department

    The Miami county Highway Department provides repair, maintenance and construction to roads, side ditches, culverts, road signs, and rights of way for unincorporated towns and housing additions around the county

  9. Planning Department

    The Miami County Planning Department performs a vital role in creating and communicating a vision of the county and acts as the primary coordinating agency in the development, adoption, and implementation of the county's land use plans and policies.

  10. Recorder

    The County Recorder's primary duty is to record instruments submitted for recording and to maintain those records for perpetuity.

  11. Soil & Water Conservation

    Soil and water conservation districts determine and address natural resource needs in their counties; such as agricultural conservation, urban conservation, forestry, wildlife, water management, and natural resource education.

  12. Solid Waste

    The Solid Waste Office began its operation in 1990 by Legislative Act 1240 which became Public Law 10-1990. The purpose of this act was to reduce the amount of material going to landfills by 50% by the year 2001.

  13. Surveyor

    One of the main duties of the Miami County Surveyor's Office is overseeing all maintenance, construction, and reconstruction work that is associated with regulated drains.

  14. Township Trustees

    See the township trustee contact information.

  15. Treasurer

    The County Treasurer is the financial officer of the county and is charged with the duty of billing and collecting all real estate, personal property, and mobile home taxes and assessments which are payable to the county.

  16. Veteran's Services

    The Veteran's Services office is ready to assist you with many resources, from service related compensation and pension to education benefits, from transportation to VA hospitals to property tax exemptions and many, many more.

  17. Weights & Measures

    The Department of Weights and Measures seeks to ensure that consumers receive full measure or count when they purchase commodities.