Sewer Utility


Hello Darmstadt residents!  

Mallory Lowe, has proudly served as
your Town Clerk-Treasurer since 2007. 

As Darmstadt Town Clerk, Mallory runs the town on a daily basis and is the only Full-Time Elected Government Official for Darmstadt.  She performs all the duties of Town Manager, Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer, Sewer Utility Administrator, Payroll, A/R, A/P, Budget, Tax Revenues, Records and is the Town Administrative Officer.  

Her family has been residents of Darmstadt for many years. Mallory's husband, Mark Lowe, is a US Navy Veteran.  They were married at the beautiful Darmstadt Bauerhaus in 1999.

Mallory Lowe is a "Certified Municipal Official" after completing several hours of training through AIM's Indiana Municipal Management Institute over the years.  She completed her certification training and was awarded CMO level 2 in 2013 and Full Certification in 2016.  Mallory continues to train with the Indiana State and local officials to keep her education credit certifications current.

You can email the clerk anytime if you have questions about town government, current issues, town council positions, budget, billing, projects, grants, etc.

Mallory Lowe, Built & Maintains this website for our town. There is also a town Facebook page, updated with community events and town info.  Mallory updates the town facebook page & website as a service to our community, churches and local businesses.  

​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.

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. 


  • 2020 Annual Indiana Clerk-Treasurers School ILMCT
  • 2020 AIM Elected Officials Municipal Training, Indianapolis
  • Clerk-Treasurer for the Town of Darmstadt, Indiana  2007 to Present
  • Software Solutions Certification, FMC, Phoenix, Arizona  2002
  • Effective Supervisory Management Certificate, LMI  2002
  • Notary Public, State of Indiana, Vanderburgh County since 2001