The Town Council meeting scheduled for Tuesday January 5, 2021 has been cancelled. The next meeting will Tuesday January 19 at 6:30 in the Town meeting room.
Beginning January 4, 2021 the utility office hours will be
Monday thru Friday 8:30 – 4:30
The Council Meeting that was scheduled for December 1 has been canceled. The next meeting will be December 15 at 6:30 in the Town Meeting Room.
Out of an abundance of caution and in the interest of minimizing the spread of COVID-19 the Utility Office will be operating through the drive-up window only at this time. We are sorry for any inconvenience, but feel this is the best alternative for our residents at this time.
The November 3rd Town Council Meeting has been cancelled. The next meeting will be November 17 at 6:30 PM in the Town meeting room.
F & K Construction will begin the process of repaving North Meridian Street next week. The process should take 2 days with the plan to begin on Monday or Tuesday November 2nd or 3rd. Meridian Street will be closed from the railroad tracks north to East Payton Street. Your patience during this process is appreciated.
Kokomo, Howard County, Greentown and Russiaville set uniform trick-or-treat hours.
In a joint statement, the City of Kokomo, Howard County, Greentown and Russiaville have set uniform trick-or-treat hours for the 2020 Halloween holiday. Agreed upon hours are 4 to 8 pm on Saturday, October 31. Those wishing to participate should follow Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommended guidelines and leave their porch light on.
“This is a highlight of the year for many people,” said Mayor Tyler Moore. “With consideration to the pandemic, we want to ensure that people may participate in the safest manner possible.”
Social distancing, face coverings, and seeking alternative celebrations are some of the ways the CDC suggest Halloween can be celebrated in safe manner.
Howard County Board of Commissioners president Paul Wyman said the uniform hours serve an important purpose.
“By having the same trick-or-treat hours throughout our county, it will eliminate any confusion and help provide a safe, enjoyable experience for our children,” said Wyman