Carroll County Government

Carroll County Courthouse ExteriorMost Carroll County Government offices are housed in the beautiful and historic court house in Delphi, Indiana. The building was constructed in 1916 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The court house is located in the square at 101 W. Main St. in Delphi. Offices are open to the public from 8 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday, except for Wednesday when the building closes at noon.

County Elected Officials

Carroll County Government lists current elected County Council members Tracy Martin, Scott Ayres, Paul Rider, Ethan Brown, Lawrence Stauffer, Josh Plue, and Tim Radcliff. Contact information, districts represented, and officers are found at the county government site. See a map of Council districts for your representative. The Council is the fiscal unit of county government. 
County Commissioners are listed at the same site with the map of the districts they represent and contact information; Bill Brown, Loren Hylton, and Steve Pearson. The Commissioners form the legislative branch of county government.

The County website also gives phone numbers and email addresses for other elected officials. Assessor is Neda Duff; Auditor Beth Myers; Clerk and Voter Registrar Callie Schimmel; Recorder Penny Titus; Surveyor Donnie Shockley; and Treasurer Melinda Rossetter. Coroner is Kristen Enoch.

Carroll County Courts lists Judges Ben Diener of Circuit Court and Troy Hawkins of Superior Court.  

County Prosecutor is Nicholas McLeland. His office is also in the court house, and the phone number is 765-564-4514. The Probation Office may be reached at 765-564-2460.

Carroll County Sheriff's Department gives information about Sheriff Tobe Leazenby and Deputies, the county jail and its rules and procedures, E-911, gun permits, links to DNR, vehicle title checks, and announcements of Sheriff’s sales.   

Meetings & Voting Districts

Council, Commissioners, Area Plan, Drainage Board, and other government group meeting schedules are announced in the weekly Carroll County Comet newspaper and posted online on the government website.

Carroll County now has voting centers. Therefore, any registered Carroll County Voter may vote at any of the locations on election day. Visit the Carroll County government site for locations.

Departments and Other Units

Carroll County Government Offices and Court House
The Carroll County Highway Department is headed by Paul Couts who reports to the County Commissioners. The Highway Garage is located at 616 E. Elizabeth Street in Flora, and the phone number is 574-967-4244. The department is responsible for maintenance of 771 miles of roads.

Carroll County Area Plan Commission provides information about Commission members who are appointed as well as the Board of Zoning Appeals. Kameron Yates is Zoning Administrator and has an office in the court house. Office phone number is 765-564-4468.

The Carroll County Health Department,  has a page that lists immunization information. This office in the court house is responsible for septic and restaurant inspections, issuance of birth and death certificates. Immunizations are now administered at the Family Health Clinic, 901 Prince William Rd, Delphi or call 800-321-5043.

Carroll County Emergency Management office is in the court house and the phone is 765-564-0028. This office is responsible for emergency preparedness of all types. See the Health section for more information.

The Carroll County Veteran’s Office in the court house is staffed by Larry Leach 765-564-2502.

Carroll Manor is located at 6409 W 100 N, south of Delphi. It is administered by Martha Lewis, and the phone number is 765-564-4340. Carroll Manor is housed in the historic two-story brick county home building, and serves as home for up to forty residents. It is a residential care facility that provides assisted living services.

The County Transfer Station for trash and 24-hour drop-off free recycling is at 1298 N 625 W, Delphi. Trash items may be dropped off for a fee. Hours of Operation: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM; Closed on Wednesday. Saturday 8:00 AM to noon. Phone number is 765-564-3114. The county also has an extensive recycling program. It is a part of the Northwest Indiana Solid Waste District which sponsors regular hazardous waste disposal opportunities in the six-county area. In Carroll County there is recycling pick-up service in Delphi and there is a drop-off facility in Flora.
The following items can be brought to the recycling center 24 hrs/day and deposited in the appropriate bins:
• Plastic No. 1 — water bottles and soda bottles
• Plastic No. 2 — milk jugs, detergent jugs
• Plastic No. 5 — clear plastic
• Paper — newspaper, office paper, packing paper
• Magazines — catalogs, slick inserts, glossy papers
• Cardboard — corrugated, cereal boxes, other boxboard
• Glass — brown, green, clear, blue
• Aluminum cans — beverage cans, pie pans, aluminum foil
• Steel cans — steel or tin cans, pots and pans, small metal items
The following recycling items are accepted only during business hours:
• Electronics — computers, video devices, printers, cell phones, other
• Tires (fees apply) 
• Oil — motor oil, oil filters, antifreeze
• Fluorescent lights — light tubes, CFLs
• Appliances — washer, dryer, water heater, other items
• Batteries — rechargeable, automotive, button batteries

The 4-H Fairgrounds are located within the Flora Community Park at the intersection of Fourth and Main Streets in Flora, Indiana.

Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service is located at the 4-H Fairgrounds in the Event and Education Center in Flora. Joanne Lytton is an Extension Educator who coordinates 4-H clubs and the County Fair, Junior Leaders, Home Economics Clubs, special projects and trips, and scholarships.  574-967-3538.

The Twin Lakes Regional Sewer District which is headquartered in White County, Indiana, also serves part of Jefferson Township in the northwestern part of Carroll County.
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