301-309 N. Chestnut, Seymour, Indiana
Darrin Boas, Clerk-Treasurer
Linda Maschino, First Deputy
Nancy Pulsford, Second Deputy
Barb Barger, Utility Clerk
Denise Wischmeier, Utility Clerk                                                                            Dawn White, Utility Clerk

Phone: 812.522.4020


The Clerk-Treasurer’s office is responsible for all the records of city government. The Clerk-Treasurer is responsible for the minutes of the City Council meetings and the Board of Public Works meetings. This office is also responsible to keep records of all ordinances, retaining charge of the city documents and books, retaining the city seal, and licensing and collecting license fees for various endeavors that are set up by ordinance by the city. The Clerk-Treasurer also may perform marriages.

The Clerk-Treasurer’s office takes care of payroll and records of city employees. They are also responsible for investing any monies that are received, and auditing, examining, and processing any invoices incurred by the different departments as they perform needed services. All financial records of the city are kept by the Clerk-Treasurer’s office, and their office complies with the State Board of Accounts requirements in all their actions.

The State Board of Accounts audits the financial records of the city each year.

The billing office for the Seymour Municipal Sanitation Utility is also located in the office of the Clerk-Treasurer. They issue monthly bills for wastewater to all residential, commercial and industrial users. Bills are calculated one of two ways. Either from usage figures supplied by Indiana American Water or flat rates for well customers. A $3 monthly trash disposal fee is also applied to all residential customers utilizing city services. You may call (812) 522-4345 and ask for the utility office for any questions or issues pertaining to the utility billing.


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There will be simple instructions to sign in. Enter your personal information into the program, and you will be given the following options:

  • Make a one-time payment with credit card or checking account payment
  • Sign up for paperless bills with the option to pay by credit card or checking.

We now also take credit card payments in the office by using that same computer program. If you have questions or need further information, you may contact our office at 812-522-4020 & ask for the Sanitation office.