Mayor Chuck Fewell
The Greenfield Fire Territory will be offering an upcoming EMT course. Classes will run from August 2016 to January 2017. Cost for the class will be $850.00 and includes all books and class shirt. Please call (317) 477-4430 to enroll.
Do you use "Flushable" wipes? You may be surprised to find they are not flushable at all. In fact, they may be causing costly damage to your sewer system.
“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 Reading with Riley Statue will be a permanent reminder of Indiana's Bicentennial. A bronze likeness of Riley will be seated on a bench in front of the Riley Boyhood Home in Greenfield. Visitors will be able to sit next to the poet, and take a photo or two.
By making a donation you will help secure a piece of artwork that will be a permanent remembrance and *signature piece* of Indiana's Bicentennial year.
This month we have two events at the JW Riley Home and Museum honring our Hoosier Poet's Legacy. You can find more information at the JW Riley Home and Museum web page and Facebook pages.
JW Riley Home and Museum
JW Riley Home and Museum on Facebook
On or about October 14, 2016, the City of Greenfield intends to apply to the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs for a grant from the State Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Main Street Revitalization Program.
The City of Greenfield will hold a public hearing on August 1, 2016, at 4:00 pm, at the Keith McClarnon Government Center, 10 S. State St. to provide interested parties an opportunity to express their views on the proposed federally funded CDBG project.
In the Fall of 2006, the City of Greenfield Park Board received a generous 20 acre donation of premier woodland from Herb and Judy Brown. This now 40 acre parcel of premier woodland will be protected and kept in its natural state for the enjoyment of future generations to come!
The City of Greenfield Water Utility has posted new information on how you can help protect our water supply. Get more information about the Wellhead Protection Program on the Water Department home page.
In late 1941, the war had come home to Hancock County, Indiana. As 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.
Greenfield City Hall 10 South State Street Greenfield, IN 46140-2364