The City of Greenfield current Covid 19 status.

July 24th: Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic the City of Greenfield has always followed Governor Holcomb’s “Back on Track” efforts. Today, Governor Holcomb signed an Executive Order mandating the wearing the masks. As the number of positive tests in our state and county continue to rise, I continue to support the Governor as he takes the necessary steps and I urge residents to comply with the Governor’s order when it is possible.

Since the mask mandate does not constitute a crime or an enforceable action, I will not be requiring the Greenfield Police Department to stop, suggest, or require residents or visitors to wear a mask. I will ask that you be respectful and/or tactful when addressing another person about mask issues. The Greenfield Police Department will however respond to disturbances that develop. Be mindful that businesses or organization may refuse service to any individual who refuses to wear a mask. If you are asked to leave an establishment, please do so in a courteous manner. Refusal to leave when asked could be treated as Criminal Trespass, with legal ramifications.

Any calls or complaints about individuals not wearing a mask or businesses not requiring patrons to wear a mask should be directed to State or County Health Departments.
Thank you.
 Mayor Chuck Fewell



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


Community Calendar

Historic Board of Review Meeting
Thu Oct 1st 2020, 4:00pm -
Hancock County Arts Council Meeting
Thu Oct 8th 2020, 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Splash Pad Still Open

Sewer Rehabilitation

The City of Greenfield Wastewater Utility is planning a sanitary sewer rehabilitation project for McClellan residents on Maple Street to Oak Street. This project is scheduled to begin on or after August 24, 2020 and be completed by October 2, 2020.
Click the link below for more information.

Riley Festival Cancelled

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The Riley Festival Board of Directrors has decided to cancelled the 2020 Riley Festoval. More information can be found by clicking the Read More link below.
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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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Hydrant Flushing

hydrant-smThe Greenfield Water Utility will be performing a flushing program to clean the drinking water mains beginning June 2020 and lasting throughout the summer.


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


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

  • There will be no Board of Zoning Appeals meeting for September.
  • There will be no Historic Board of Review meeting for September.

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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Put your camera to work!


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.



Public Meetings

Persons intersted in attending public meetings can find updated information below.

Sewer Smoke Testing

smoke test iconBeginning on or after August 24, 2020, The City of Greenfield Utilities will be working with Wessler Engineering to perform smoke testing on select portions of the sanitary sewers in the following areas: Greenbrook, Sherwood, Waterview, Holiday Park, & McClellan/Maplelawn. The evaluation is part of a study to identify sources of non-sanitary flow.


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.

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.

My Energy Data

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The My Energy Data reporting tool is now ready for use again.

Minutes available online

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

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.


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