Mayor Chuck Fewell
Heavy Trash Pickup
The City of Greenfield plans a two-week program to rid city properties of heavy items. Street Commissioner, Jim Hahn announced that the 32nd Annual Heavy Pick-up would be as follows:
April 19th for residents on the east side of State Road 9
April 26th for residents on the west side of State Road 9
Trash will only be picked up inside of the CITY LIMITS.
The eastern section will include properties east of State Road 9 to the City limits. The west side will include properties west of State Road 9 to the City limits.
Residents wanting items hauled away must call in so they can be placed on a list for pick-up, also any resident wishing to have a refrigerator, air conditioner, freezer and electronics picked up should say so when calling in. A special truck will go around and pick those items up. Items for pick-up should be placed at curbside by 7:00 am on both Saturdays. No items will be picked up in alley.
Calls for the east side pick-up must be in no later than noon on April 18th, the west side until noon on April 25th. Residents must call the Street Department for pick-up at 477-4380.
Once again this year there will be no household trash, limbs, tires, oil, batteries or other items designated by The Street Commissioner, picked up. Paint will be picked only when it is dry and in open containers.
As it was last year, the city will not pick up any building materials.
On Friday, September 12th, 2014, in Carmel, IN, Roger Pendlum, Denny Gray, and Steve Bender will receive the John N. Hurty Award for their years of service in the drinking water industry. John Newell Hurty, M.D., known as the 'Original Hoosier Health Officer', was the Indiana State Health Commissioner for 26 years (1896 - 1922) and a pioneer of safe drinking water in Indiana.
Roger Pendlum (40 years)Denny Gray (40 years)Steve Bender (35 years)
Congratulations and thank you for your service and dedication to The City Of Greenfield and the drinking water industry.
“My Energy Data” is a free website tool for Greenfield’s electric customers to use to monitor their electric usage daily & monthly to help cut cost & save on electric usage.
The Historic Board of Review meeting scheduled for October 2nd has been moved to 4:00 pm on Thursday September 25th.
Hancock Regional Hospital has officially entered the 2014 Medline Pink Glove Dance Competition for a chance to win a $15,000 donation to Women Helping Women and international social media attention. The filming may be over but these dedicated dancers need your vote!
Hancock Regional Hospital partnered with Kroger, Greenfield Banking Company, Greenfield Fire Dept., Wilkerson Dance Studio and Lauth Group to create their video. Together, they have raised $2,000 for the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Their video features our local fireman strutting their moves and up and coming young dancers from the dance studio. To see Hancock Regional Hospital's video and the other entrants, go to http://www.pinkglovedance.com
The Greenfield Water Utility will be performing a flushing program to clean the drinking water mains beginning May 20th, 2014.
Leaf pick-up within the City Limits of Greenfield will start on October 27th, 2014. Leaves must be raked to the curbside; bagged leaves will be picked up the same day if you call the Street Department before noon, at 477-4380. Bagged leaves must be placed at curbside for pick up.
Greenfield City Hall 10 South State Street Greenfield, IN 46140-2364