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Evansville, IN 47708
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Jeff MuellerJeff Mueller, P.E. - Vanderburgh County Surveyor

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The Vanderburgh County Surveyor's Office maintains the public land survey system and all legal drains within the county. The County Surveyor also reviews and recommends approval of drainage plans for the Vanderburgh County Drainage Board.

The Surveyor's Office is open Monday-Friday between the hours of 8:00AM-4:30PM, and is closed on all county observed holidays.


Specifications for the Maintenance of Regulated Drains

-The 2019 Specifications for Maintenance of Regulated Drains have been approved for release by the Vanderburgh County Drainage Board.  This document contains links to all of the portions of the 2019 Drainage Specifications that are currently available. These documents can also be found in the Document Center found in the bottom left-hand margin.


Latest News

-Click here for a copy of the latest Drainage Board Agenda. A full list of 2019 meeting dates for the Vanderburgh County Drainage Board can be found here.

-The Vanderburgh County Drainage Board has changed the Drainage Code, and these changes took effect on 01/01/2018. The fully revised Drainage Code is available here. These changes include a new section containing a Technical Memorandum, which can be found here or underneath "Useful Links" at the bottom of this page.

-To access Surveyor's Office Forms such as the Drainage Easement Encroachment Agreement or the Obstruction Petition Packet, please visit this page and select "Surveyor's Office" under the Department/Division search field. These forms can also be found in the Document Center found at the bottom of the left-hand margin.

-Election maps are now available on the Surveyor's Office website, and can be found on the Election Maps Page.