The Town Council approved a new mission statement at the January 15th meeting.
To serve with integrity and address all concerns of residents; to manage funds wisely; to provide a safe and secure environment; and to improve the culture.
Trash will not be picked up on Wednesday, January 30th due to the extreme cold. Trash pickup has been rescheduled for Saturday, February 2nd.
The Notice to Taxpayers is available online at www.budgetnotices.in.gov or by calling 888-739-9826.
The J Loop Drainage public meeting was held on August 28, 2018. Click on the links below to access the presentation and related documents.
Wessler Engineering, E&B Paving and the Town of Greentown met August 10th to discuss the deficiencies on the Harrison Street project. After meeting and walking the construction site a path forward has been determined. Significant work will start again on August 13th and continue depending upon weather conditions. Having the work completed properly and per specification remains the priority of all involved. All deficient work will be repaired or replaced as appropriate. No additional costs to the Town of Greentown have been authorized as part of the continuation of the project. The Town of Greentown recognizes the impact the continuing construction is having on Eastern Howard School Corporation (EHSC) operations and the residents along Harrison Street and Court and Greentown thanks all for their patience. Additionally, the support of the EHSC staff, Greentown Police Department and Howard County EMA in coordinating traffic twice a day is greatly appreciated.
Scott A. Deyoe
Town of Greentown, Council President
The first Economic Development Grant was awarded to First United Methodist Church earlier this year to help pay for new sidewalks. The town is excited that the sidewalk project has been completed.
Would your business or organization like to improve the appearance of your building or sidewalks? The town may be able to help you. There is limited grant money available for businesses and organizations located inside the city limits of Greentown. Upon approval by the Town Council, you could receive up to 50% of the cost of your project, not to exceed $2,500 every 5 years.
To download the Economic Development Grant Application, please click here
For more information, email or call the utility office.