NOTICE OF THE COURTHOUSE OFFICE RELOCATIONS
The Wayne County Courthouse Offices have relocated due to the new HVAC system installation in the Courthouse.
The Treasurer, Recorder, General Relief/Mental Health, Assessor, Engineers Office, Veteran's Affairs and Auditor's office have moved to the main floor of the Brick, 208 E Jefferson St. Corydon (formerly known as the Corydon Legion Building) The offices are now open regular business hours.
The Clerk of Court/ Judicial System, Dept of Health & Human Services and Environmental Health(David Rhodes) is now located at the Wayne County Public Health Building located at 105 N Lafayette St, Corydon and are open regular business hours.
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Wayne County was established on January 13, 1846 and formally organized on February 13, 1851. The county is named after General “Mad Anthony” Wayne of the Revolutionary War. General Wayne earned the name “Mad Anthony” because of his tactical boldness and his personal courage in the field. In November 1850, Dr. I.W. McCarthy was appointed sheriff to organize the county. The following officers were elected in August, 1851: Seth Anderson, judge; Thomas McPherson, clerk; D. Payton, recorder and treasurer, and I.W. McCarthy, sheriff. Thirty votes were cast at this election and the amount of revenue the first year was $64.30.
The County Courthouse Offices are open from 8AM to 4PM.
The Clerk of Court Office is open 8AM-4:30PM closed 12-1PM
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