Allen County Assessor Stacey O’Day has received the 2019 Outstanding County Assessor Award from the Association of Indiana Counties. The award recognized her contributions made to county government throughout her years of public service.
O’Day is serving her fourth term as county assessor. She is a certified Level III Assessor-Appraiser. O’Day has served more than a decade as Allen County assessor and for several years in various leadership positions for the Indiana County Assessors’ Association. She has helped craft legislative policies and advocate for best practices in each of these positions.
O’Day received the 2009 Indiana County Assessor of the Year award. She has served as Legislative Chair for the Indiana County Assessor Association since 2008. She is the current President of the Association of Indiana Counties.
The award was presented during the association’s 61st Annual Conference in Orange County last month. The conference is the largest gathering of county officials in the state. Representatives from public agencies, private entities and local elected officials addressed issues such as rural services, jail management, firearms training demonstrations, options for archiving and digitizing documents and other concerns.