City of Greenfield COVID Announcements

September 28th Update

I, much like many of you, am excited to see that the Governor has moved the state to Stage 5 of his “Back on Track” plan. While this is a positive move, it still does have its restrictions. The mask mandate is still in effect throughout the state and the Governor asks that everyone continue to social distance when possible.

I want to thank you for your efforts in containing this virus and together we can continue to reduce our numbers. It does not take much effort, regardless how inconvenient it may seem, to do your small part in this overall large scheme.

I will continue to ask that you be respectful and/or tactful when addressing another person about mask concerns. As in the past, the Greenfield Police Department will not be enforcing the mask mandate but will however respond to disturbances that develop over said mandate.

Remember that a 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.
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Mayor Chuck Fewell

 

 

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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July 24th Update

 
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.
 
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July 9th Update

With the ongoing efforts to curb the spread of the Corona Virus affecting the entire country, the City of Greenfield continues to cooperate with county and state officials as needed. Currently, all Greenfield city offices are open to the public, with some restrictions and recommendations in place.
 
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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 June 30, 2020 expiration of the Governor’s Executive Order, we will resume penalty and disconnection procedures.

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City of Greenfield procedures for attending a Public Meeting during COVID -19 State of Emergency

The City of Greenfield is currently holding its Public Meetings and Public Hearings as regularly scheduled. Interested persons desiring to present their views upon any application or presentation will be given the opportunity to be heard via attendance in person or by various virtual means.
 
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Use of Parks and Recreation Facilties

Greenfield Parks and Recreation has released a COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions for trhe citizens of Greenfield. They are also proving an infographis suitable for printing. Please read the FAQ to best protect yourself and your family when visiting your Parks.
 
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Mayor Chuck Fewell declares a state of Local Emergency

 
As a result of this local emergency, public access to all buildings owned or operated by the City of Greenfield, including, but not limited to, City Hall located at 10 S. State St., Greenfield, Indiana, shall be restricted to elected officials, appointed officials, and city employees, as well as other personnel deemed essential by the undersigned.
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An Open Letter to Hancock County Residents from Hancock Health

Covid-19 is the new norm in America, in Indiana, and in Hancock County. Though there has not yet been a confirmed case of the disease for a Hancock County resident, at least one person who works in our county but lives elsewhere has been diagnosed and is recovering at home.
 
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