Welcome to Lake County, Indiana
Conditions of use
Lake County Indiana - Conditions of Use

This WEB site is based on information available to the public from the Government of Lake County, Indiana. Lake County does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy of the information contained herein and disclaims any and all liability resulting from any error or omission presented here. By accessing this system, you are authorizing Lake County to monitor and log all transactions. Moreover, Lake County does not endorse any external site which has a link from this site.

This site is tested for display and functionality using Internet Explorer 9.0 and up and recent versions of Google Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. Display is best at monitor resolution of 1024 x 768 or higher. If you experience serious display or functionality issues, please upgrade your browser to its latest version. This site requires the use of Javascript. Some functions require you to allow cookies. With Internet Explorer, it is recommended that you add our website to the list of Trusted Sites.

NOTE 1: We are currently experiencing some compatibility issues with Internet Explorer 10. If you encounter any problems while using IE 10, please use the Compatibility View mode (see below) in addition to above IE related recommendations.

NOTE 2: We are continously monitoring the website for suspicious activity. We will blacklist any user creating excessive number of sessions or engaging in data mining activity. If you feel you were blacklisted in error, please send a request to the webmaster.

If you encounter warnings while accessing our website in SSL mode, make sure that you type fully qualified domain name: "www.lakcountyin.org" (not just "lakecountyin.org").

This site is tested for printing on letter size paper, portrait layout with 1/2" margins, or "scale to fit". Most pages should print legibly in black and white, greyscale, or color. Maps and charts may require color for usable interpretation.

We are in the process of upgrading our site to meet accessibility standards equivalent to Federal Government section 508. If you notice any areas that would benefit from additional modifications, please send your comments to the webmaster.

Additional Terms of Use and Conditions may be found HERE.

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