The Clerk of the Circuit and Superior Courts (commonly called County Clerk) is a constitutional officer elected for a term of four years by vote of the county at large, and is prohibited from serving more than eight years within a twelve-year period.
The Assessor is a constitutional officer elected for a term of four years by vote of the county at large with no term limit restrictions.
Rush County Courthouse
101 East Second Street, Room 209
Rushville, Indiana 46173
Clerk’s Office: 765-932-2086
Traffic & Small Claims: 765-932-5451
Office Hours: Monday through Friday 8 AM – 4 PM EST
Staff: – Criminal/Adoption-Superior
Traci Chandler – Small Claims/Civil-Superior
Debbie Richardson – Election Deputy
Karen Macy – Divorce/PO/Civil – Circuit
Gracey VanNatta – Criminal/Estates/Juvenile-Circuit/Adoptions
Peggy Stout – Bookkeeper
Diana Hoeing – Traffic/Election/Archives Deputy
The Clerk administers the official court records for all court cases with jurisdiction in that county.
The Clerk prepares the Court’s permanent historical records.
The Clerk also:
The Clerk processes and issues documents for court cases:
The Clerk collects, distributes and reconciles monies related to court cases and is subject to regular audits by State Board of Accounts.
101 E 2nd St • Rushville, IN 46173
Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
(Individual office hours may vary)