Marshall County Surveyor, Craig Cultice had announced his decision to seek a third term for the Office of Marshall County Surveyor. 

In preparation for the May 7th Republican Primary Cultice is seeking support from citizens to keep him in office.   

Craig Cultice graduated from Culver Community High School and Vincennes University.  He was the former co-owner and operator of Plymouth Land Surveying and Design, Inc. for 31 years.  Cultice is also a licensed surveyor in the state of Indiana and utilizes his license and professional experience to better serve Marshall County.

Craig is married to Valerie, a 3rd grade teacher at Culver Elementary School.  They have two grown sons and two granddaughters.

Marshall County has approximately 1,850 section corners which were originally established in the 1800’s.  All land in the county can be traced back to being referenced to a section corner. Per Indiana code, “Each year the county surveyor shall check and reference at least 5% of all corners shown in the corner record book.”

Marshall County has over 721 miles of county-regulated drains. A regulated drain can be a tile, man-made ditch, natural stream, or river.  These drains are in specific watersheds throughout the county.  Each watershed is individually assessed a fee for maintenance on the drain.  In the last seven years, Cultice has overseen approximately $2.86 million in reconstruction, maintenance, and repairs to regulated drains in Marshall County.

As county surveyor, Cultice: represents Marshall County on the Kankakee River Basin and Yellow River Basin Development Commission, is the Technical Advisor to the Marshall County Drainage Board, sits on the Consulting Board for the newly formed Marshall County Regional Sewer District, is a member of the Marshall County Plan Commission, the Marshall County Technical Review Committee, and the Marshall County Safety Committee.  Cultice is past vice president of the Northern Region of the Indiana County Surveyor’s Association.  In 2021, Cultice received the President’s Award from the Indiana County Surveyor’s Association.  He is also a member of the National Society of Professional Land Surveyors and the Indiana Society of Professional Land Surveyors.