The City of Greenfield current Covid 19 Information.

November 16th: Last week the Governor announced the rescission of Stage 5 regarding COVID-19. The State now has implemented a color-coded system to inform Hoosiers about the status of COVID-19 in Hancock County as well as the other counties within the State.
 
The color-coded counties are identified as such:
Blue: Community spread is low.
Yellow: Community spread is moderate.
Orange: Community spread is approaching high levels.
Red: Community spread is high.

You can find on the Indiana State Department of Health’s website the restrictions that each color-coded zone must adhere to. Currently as of this posting, Hancock County is in the “orange” category.
 
We must all continue to do our part to reduce the possibility of spreading or contracting this virus. We must realize that every preventative action we do as an individual counts toward battling this pandemic. Wear a mask into businesses or in public. Social distance when possible. Sanitize and wash your hands regularly. These simple steps can go a long way in this fight.
 
So let us continue to work together to make our city, our county, and our state a safer place.
 
Thank you.
 

 
November 13th: Due to the significant increase in Hancock County Covid-19 cases,effective Monday November 16th the Patrica Elmore Center, & Greenfield Senior Center will be closed.
 
All programing, for seniors & adults, including Art will also close.The Parks Offices will remain open, but by appointment only (317-477-4340 to schedule). We will remain closed until at least the 1st of the year and then based on the CDC, Health Dept. and the Governor's recommendations, open according to their guidelines.
 
We appreciate your understanding and please know that this is for the safety of all our participants. If you have questions or concerns please feel free to call the senior center at 317-477-4343.
 

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For more information concerning the City of Greenfield's response to the current COVID Pandemic, please follow the link below.

 
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Community Calendar

Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Mon Jan 18th 2021, 8:00am -
Park Board Meeting
Wed Jan 20th 2021, 5:30pm -
Hancock County Arts Council Meeting
Wed Jan 20th 2021, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Board of Zoning Appeals Meeting
Thu Jan 21st 2021, 7:00pm -
Board of Works
Tue Jan 26th 2021, 10:00am -
City Council Meeting
Wed Jan 27th 2021, 7:00pm -

Brush Drop Off Closed

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Brush area will be closed effective January 1 2021 until further notice due to construction activities.

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Utility Service Penalty Fees and Disconnection Update

Greenfield Utilities temporarily waived late payment penalties and all service disconnections for non-payment due to the public health crisis beginning March 16, 2020. Following the August 14, 2020 expiration of the Governor’s Executive Order, we will resume penalty and disconnection procedures.
 
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Special Events and Road Permits

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Having a special event?
 
Need a POD storage container or dumpster sat in the roadway?
 
Want to have a block party?
 
You may need a permit. Applications are available below. If you have any questions please contact the Greenfield Police Department.
 
 
Additional ordinances covering public permits can be found at the City's Code of Ordinances online.

 

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Electric Meter Replacement

Greenfield Municipal Utilities will begin replacing our residential electric meters. Your new meter will help us improve the reliability of your service by better detecting power outages, and give you improved access to data to manage your energy usage
 

City Calendar Notice

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The following meetings have been moved or cancelled for the month of Janary.

  • There will be no Historic Board of Review meeting for January 7th 2020.
  • There will be no Board of Zoning Appeals meeting for January 21st 2020.
 

Minutes available online

City Council  and Board of Works minutes are available online by clicking the buttons below.
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2020 Parks Program Guide

The January/June 2020 Parks Program Guide is available. Click on the guide photo to download now!

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Public Meetings

Persons intersted in attending public meetings can find updated information below.
 
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Animal Control is closed

Our office will be closed starting Jan 1, 2021 until further notice while we move to our new temporary location. Our officers will still remain on patrol and will respond to all calls as normal. 
 
We will not be able to accept any strays, trapped or owner surrender animals during this time. As soon as we are functional at the new location, we will resume operations as normal for the office. We appreciate your patience and understanding while we make this move.
 
 

Why we need our parks

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An interesting perspective on why outside, nature, and leaving the couch can improve our daily lives. You can read more at the link below.
 

Put your camera to work!

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The Greenfield Police Department would like to partner with you to solve crime. If you have a home video surveillance system that may cover a driveway, sidewalk or roadway, we want to hear from you.

Follow the below link to list your camera with the Greenfield Police Department, and start fighting crime today!

I have a home/business security camera and I want to help.

comm-links-sm   Looking for a community outreach program? Church? Planning a visit or looking for tourism information? Check our list of community links and see what services Greenfield offers.

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City Services After Hours Emergency Numbers

Power & Light 800-377-5807
Sewer Dept 877-861-6077
Water Dept. 877-861-6081
Storm Water Hotline 317-325-1327
Parks Department Maintenance 317-325-1464

 

Contact City Hall

Greenfield City Hall
10 South State Street
Greenfield, IN 46140-2364