Fax: (574) 753-9878
8:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M.
Monday thru Friday
601 E Broadway
Logansport, IN 46947
Who Do I Call For:
Robin Rozzi 574-753-5417
Rose Woodward 574-725-2808
Carrie Kelley 574-739-1516
Ross Anderson 574-725-2805
Lorien Stair-Spicer 574-739-1536
Marla Evanich 574-725-2893
The City Clerk-Treasurer serves as the Finance Officer and the Clerk of the City.
The Clerk-Treasurer’s daily mission is to provide accountability for all public funds, assets, policies and systems, in the most effective and efficient manner while delivering responsive, quality customer service with honesty and integrity to our citizens and fellow employees.
No other elected municipal duties are as specifically defined by law as the duties of the Clerk-Treasurer. This person maintains the accounting records of the City, audits and certifies all expenditures of City funds by appropriation, and as custodian of all public funds, maximizes earning potential of all cash reserves.
As Clerk of the City, the Clerk-Treasurer maintains the records of the Board of Public Works and Safety and Common Council, including the minutes, contract files, ordinances, resolutions and the City Code.
Clerk Treasurer News & Updates
Blight Clearance Survey
This survey is in reference to the demolition of the coal conveyor/smokestack and asbestos abatement of the LMU Power Generating Plant.
Your response is greatly appreciated and ensures the continuing success of the City in addressing blighted conditions within the City’s downtown area.
The form can be printed from the website and either mailed, emailed or brought to the Clerk Treasurer’s office.
Select Public Documents at the top of this page, from the categories menu select Ordinances and Resolutions, and then enter the keywords or dates that you would like to search.
How do I locate the Minutes from Board of Public Works & Safety and Logansport City Council meetings?
Select Public Documents at the top of this page, from the categories menu select Agenda and Minutes, and then enter the dates that you would like to search.
You must fill out a public records request in order to get a copy of a contract. To do that, the form can be printed from the website and either mailed, emailed or brought to the Clerk Treasurer’s office.