Frozen Pipes

frozenthermometerIt 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 tips:
-Allow a small amount of water to run from multiple faucets.
-Shut off and drain outside water faucets before freezing occurs.
-Insulate walls nears exposed piping.


Winter is here and these tips will help make it less troublesome. You can read more about preventing frozen pipes by clicking on this link.

Health and Heritage Region Announced As Stellar Designee

Health and Heritage Region

Fortville, Greenfield, and Hancock County formally created their Stellar partnership as the “Health & Heritage Region” earlier this year. After months of revising projects and putting the finishing work on a Regional Development Plan, the team is excited to continue this work as an official designee for Regional Stellar Communities.

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Hancock County Heroes

In late 1941, the war had come home to Hancock County, Indiana. gi-picAs hundreds of men and women joined the war effort, a quiet effort to record those who were serving was happening behind the scenes. Photos of those in service were provided by families and loved ones to be displayed, publicly, for all to see.

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City Calendar Notice

note3The following meetings have been moved or cancelled for the month of February.

  • There will not be a Historic Board of Review meeting on Thursday, February 7th 2019.
 
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2019 Parks Program Guide

The Winter/Spring 2019 Parks Program Guide is available. Click on the guide photo to download now!

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Minutes available online

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

Board of Zoning Appeals Meeting
Thu Feb 21st 2019, 7:00pm -
Board of Works
Tue Feb 26th 2019, 10:00am -
City Council Meeting
Wed Feb 27th 2019, 7:00pm -

2019 Pool Renovation

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Check out this short slide show highlighting the new changes coming to your Riley Park Pool in 2019!
 
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My Energy Data

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The My Energy Data reporting tool is now ready for use again.
 
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Why we need our parks

parks main logo smWhy do we need parks? What benefits do they provide? Can they help us to deal with today's stressful lifestyle? Can they save our children?
 
An interesting perspective on why outside, nature, and leaving the couch can improve our daily lives. You can read more at the link below.
 

Call before you dig

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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