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For non emergencies, dispatch can be reached at (765) 473-5747.
Yes. The next CASA volunteer training classes will take place in Spring 2023. If you are interested, you may contact our office to begin the application process for this training. 765-472-7894
"Sharps" is the name used to describe needles, syringes, and finger-prick lancets used outside the setting of hospitals and doctor's offices. For more information please call 765-472-7224.
Sharps must be packaged in a strong, sealed container before taking them for disposal. For more information please call 765-472-7224.
Seal the lid of your container when it is about 3/4 full and take it to one of the drop offs.
No! Sharps are not recyclable and should not be placed in a recycling bin. For more information please call 765-472-7224.
To properly prepare sharps for disposal:
-Use a container that is leak proof, shatterproof, and puncture resistant with a screw top. Good choices are durable plastic bottles such as empty detergent bottles. Bad choices are glass, aluminum, cardboard, or metal coffee cans with flimsy lids.
-Place sharps in the container immediately after using.
-Do not recap, bend, or break needles or lancets.
-Secure the screw top on the container and label it "SHARPS, Dispose of Properly" with a waterproof marker on the container or on masking tape over the container.
-An authorized medical waste company will dispose of your sharps in accordance with all applicable local, state, and federal regulations.
-Instead of making a sharps container, you may purchase one from your local pharmacy. You should also check with your health insurance provider to see if they will pay for or provide a sharps disposal container.
For more information please call 765-472-7224.
Instead of making a sharps container, you may purchase one from your local pharmacy. You should also check with your health insurance provider to see if they will pay for or provide a sharps disposal container. For more information please call 765-472-7224.
You may now take your sharps to one of the following participating pharmacies during normal pharmacy hours:
Solid Waste District Office
2651 West Logansport Road
Peru, IN 46970
2 South Broadway Street
This program is only open to residents of Miami County. Sharps will not be accepted from private physician's offices or healthcare agencies. For more information please call 765-472-7224.
The service is free of charge to all Miami County residents. The cost is covered by the Miami County Solid Waste District. For more information please call 765-472-7224.
The Treasurer’s Office is open 8 a.m. - 4 p.m., Monday - Friday. County offices are closed to observe legal holidays.
Taxpayers may pay the amount due up until the time of the tax sale.
If you have a mortgage escrow, it is possible that your property tax bill was mailed to your lender for payment. Please contact your mortgage company for additional information.
Partial payments will be accepted. However, keep in mind that a 10% penalty will be assessed on any unpaid amount if the tax is not paid in full by the due date.
IC 6.1.1-22-8(b)(2) states “…The county treasurer may mail or transmit the statement …at least 15 business days before the date on which the first or only installment is due…” Typically, tax statements are mailed in mid-April with a first installment due date of May 10.