Welcome to Warrick County
Warrick County has a total land area of 391 square miles and over 40,000 parcels. With a population of over 56,000, it is located in Southwestern Indiana on the Ohio River. The county adjoins Vanderburgh County to the West and Spencer County and Little Pigeon Creek to the East. Warrick County was organized March 9, 1813 by an act of Legislature, which became effective April 1, 1813. The county seat is Boonville.
Warrick County Assessed values for 2013 payable 2014 along with current Property Record Cards are now in this searchable database.
If there is additional information you need please call our office at 812-897-6125
The information contained in this database may not be current, and may have been outdated as of the retrieval date. The database is a copy of the public record as it existed on the date of retrieval. This information is brought current periodically, the most recent date is noted above. Warrick County assumes no responsibility for the validity of any data presented herein and Warrick County assumes no responsibility for the use or misuse of this data.