Sewer Utility

Greetings Darmstadt residents!  

Hi, my name is Mallory Lowe, I have proudly
served as your Town Clerk-Treasurer for over 11 years, as an elected official on our town council since 2007.  

My family and I have been residents of Darmstadt for many years.  My husband and I were married at the beautiful Bauerhaus.

We love our town, neighbors, churches and schools.  We believe Darmstadt is a wonderful area to live and raise a family.

You can email me anytime if you ever have any questions about your sewer bill, our town government, current issues, town council, budget, billing, projects, etc.

Donating my time to Build & Maintain this website for our town has been enjoyable.  I also began a town Facebook page, so you can 'like' the town page if you would like to keep up with community events and town info.  

​Mallory Lowe
Town Clerk-Treasurer
The Town Clerk-Treasurer’s office is the “Information Hub” providing information to all town departments, residents, and general public without exception. The Clerk-Treasurer is called upon several times daily, to provide a service or information.

Administrative duties & responsibilites of the CLERK-TREASURER are as follows:

  • Town Investment Officer
  • Municipal Utility Director
  • Human Resources Manager
  • Compliance Officer for OMA (Open Meetings Act)
  • Performing Marriages (within Vanderburgh County)
  • Election Director
  • Oath Administrator
  • Payroll Officer
  • Town Warrants
  • Accounts Receivable
  • Payment Approval
  • Budget Administrator
  • Official Town Notary
  • Personnel Records Manager
  • Town Records Management
  • Internal Controls Administrator
  • Minutes of Town Meetings
  • Ex Officio Member of the Town Council 
          (power to cast the tie-breaking vote)

Over the years, all Municipal Clerk offices have become the direct link between local government and the residents of the community and general public. 
The Clerk is the historian of the community, for the entire recorded history of the town and the people is in his or her care.
The eminent political scientist, Professor William Bennett Munro, writing in one of the first textbooks on municipal administration (1934), stated: “No other office in municipal service has so many contracts. The work in this office demands versatility, alertness, accuracy, and no end of patience. The public does not realize how many loose ends of city administration this office pulls together."
These words, written more than 70 years ago, are even more appropriate today.

The Municipal Clerk is the oldest of public servants in local government, along with the tax collector. The profession traces back before Biblical times. 

       Qualifications of Mallory Lowe:

  • 2016 Certified Municipal Official awarded by Indiana Association of Cities & Towns
  • Clerk-Treasurer for the Town of Darmstadt, Indiana  2007 to Present
  • Code of Ethics Award -International Institute of Municipal Clerks 2008
  • Software Solutions Certification, FMC, Phoenix, Arizona  2002
  • Effective Supervisory Management Certificate, LMI  2002
  • Notary Public, State of Indiana, Vanderburgh County 2001 to Present
  • First Place Award, Indiana State in Graphics, Spreadsheets & Dbase BPA 1990

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