Mayor Chuck Fewell
Due to increased abuse by non-city residents access to the drop off area will be restricted to only those who can provide proof of residence within the City of Greenfield. Please note that access will now require proof of residency and a valid driver's license. A new sign has been installed detailing the process for entering and exiting the drop off area.
“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.
Help us break a World Record! Attempt Accepted by Guiness World Records: "most people balancing books on their heads at the same time."
Saturday May 30th from 10 am to 12 pm. Greenfieldin Central High School football field. For more information visit the Hancock County Public Library website.
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.
The City of Greenfield and the Greenfield Parks and Recreation Department honor a past director.
Make a clean sweep and get a tax break for helping the Hancock County Public Library. On Monday, June 22, drop off gently used books, DVDs, and music CDs at the side delivery entrance (northeast corner) of the library in Greenfield between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. A volunteer will assist when someone rings the bell. Please request your tax receipt at the same time.
Because of limited space, donations can only be made on specified dates.
Look for bargain books and other media for sale on shelves near the Greenfield entrance, to the left. Prices range from 50 cents to two dollars. The branch in New Palestine also has sale items on a marked cart.
Proceeds from sales by the Friends of the Hancock County Public Library, a non-profit volunteer group, fund free concerts and children's events.
Greenfield City Hall 10 South State Street Greenfield, IN 46140-2364