Mayor Chuck Fewell
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From the Mayor
Happy New Year and Welcome to 2016!
The Holidays are behind us, and 2016 has begun. I hope that your holidays brought you happiness and peace, and that is my wish for you this year as well. I am excited to start my third year in office and hope to continue the vision set for Greenfield when I took office in late December 2013.
The city can expect to see growth in 2016. With the prospects of new business, a committed community, and new government leaders in our Board of Works and Public Safety as well as our City Council, 2016 will bring great opportunities to the City of Greenfield.
I continue my pledge to serve you, and remind everyone that my door is always open if you wish to visit and discuss the direction this wonderful city is taking.
From all of us at City Hall; have a great start to this New Year!
Chuck Fewell, Mayor
Welcome to our new City Council and Board of Public Works and Safety members.
January 2016 will mark the first meetings of several new members on the City Council and the Board of Pulbic Works and Safety. Please welcome Glenna Shelby, Jeff Lowder, Dan Riley, and Joe Skvarenina to their new positions.
Status of current city projects
Preventing frozen pipes in the home.
It is that time of year and the temperatures are dipping below freezing again at night. Frozen water lines in our homes can be prevented. Here some important tips:
You can read more about preventing frozen pipes by clicking on this link.
City meeting videos are available for mobile devices now.
City meetings have been available online for several years now, but they require a Flash plugin to view. This made viewing the videos on your mobile devices impossible. We have upgraded our media server and we now produce and stream the videos in formats viewable by IOS (Apple) and Android (Samsung, Fire, Motorola, others). Simply look for the link under the video box and click on the link appropriate for your device.
John Q. White Sr. was born in Franklin County, Indiana, July 16, 1847. His parents were John H. and Sarah (Potts) White, the former of Preble county, Ohio. Sarah was the daughter of William Potts, of Virginia. John H. was left an orphan at an early age. He later left Franklin County and made his way to Shelbyville. He learned the trade of tanning and learned to farm. In 1853 he came to Hancock County and settled in Center Township, where he bought eighty acres of land, about five acres of which were cleared.
Greenfield Parks and Recreation Preschool offers Instructors with education and multiple years of experience. Get a great value in a first rate location with structure, organization, and great communication. Learn shapes, numbers, Spanish, sign language, and so much more!
More information can be found at our Preschool webpage here, and registration can be done online in the Parks online registration page.
Many new perograms are appearing at your Parks and Recreation department. Adult Art Studio is back Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Many new Parks Programs can be found at the Online Registration page. our offerings are always expanding!
The Pennsy Trail Walking and Biking Club runs year round. Too cold? Basketball and Volleyball are available in the Memorial Gym.
For these and many more programs, contact your Parks and Recreation office at PH: (317) 477-4340 FAX: (317) 477-4341 or email email@example.com. You can also view programs a the Greenfield Parks and Recreation Programs page or visit our online registration.
Click here to see current weather conditions in Greenfield, and a live view of Beckenholdt park.
You can find more information on Parks Programs by clicking on this link.
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