Community Calendar

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Free Grant Funds Available

FREE - Grant Funds Available to Property Owners for Redevelopment planning- FREE

Greenfield wants to help property owners assess, clean up and redevelop underutilized properties in the Downtown and along the US 40 Corridor. EPA Grant money is now available for Phase 1 and Phase 2 Environmental studies. Want to know more? Download this flyer for quick facts and contact Joanie Fitzwater, Planning Director, for more information.
 
 
 
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      Santa's Mailbox will be open starting December 4th at the Pat Elmore Center!
 
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Brush Drop Off and Mulch Areas are closed

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The City brush, mulch, and compost area is closed until further notice due to construction activities.

Special Events and Road Permits

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Having a special event?
 
Need a POD storage container or dumpster sat in the roadway?
 
Want to have a block party?
 
You may need a permit. Applications are available below. If you have any questions please contact the Greenfield Police Department.
 
 
Additional ordinances covering public permits can be found at the City's Code of Ordinances online.

 

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2022 Christmas Parade of Lights

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For more information on viewing the parade and o enteriing your own float, please click the link below.
 
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Water Line Replacement

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The Greenfield Water Utility will be collecting an inventory survey of all water service line materials. Crews will be working now through Oct 2024. How can you help?

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New Police Dept Contact Map

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The Greenfield Police Department has created this interactive map to assist our community in communicating directly with officers. We ask that the community use this tool to report non emergency issues they are having around their residences rather than calling 911.
 
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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.

Minutes available online

City Council  and Board of Works minutes are available online by clicking the buttons below.
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Christmas Tree Donation

The City of Greenfield is looking for the next community Christmas Tree.sm-christmas-tree.png
 
If you have a tree to donate the City will remove and transport for free.
 
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Cops 4 Kids

badge santaCops-4-Kids has been offered by the Greenfield Police Department for over 10 years and is made possible by generous donations from the community. Requirements to be selected for the program include: 1) Your child/children have not been selected in previous years; 2) Your household is not receiving Christmas help this year from another agency; 3) Child/children must be between the ages of 2 and 18 years old and; 4) You must live in the city limits of Greenfield.
 
You may download the application packet from this link.

Lizabuth Ann's Kitchen Events

The 2022 event schedule for LAK has been posted! Download the flyer below or visit the City Calendar here.
 

2022 Leaf Pickup

Leaf pick-up within the City Limits of Greenfield will start on October 31st, 2022. Leaves must be raked to the curbside; bagged leaves will be picked up within 2 working days, if you call the Street Department, at 317-477-4380. Bagged leaves must be placed at curbside for pick up.

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Why we need our parks

GreenfieldPandR CircleLogo 3color 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.
 

Put your camera to work!

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The Greenfield Police Department would like to partner with you to solve crime. If you have a home video surveillance system that may cover a driveway, sidewalk or roadway, we want to hear from you.

Follow the below link to list your camera with the Greenfield Police Department, and start fighting crime today!

I have a home/business security camera and I want to help.

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

City Phone Directory

Mayor's Office - 317-477-4300
Clerk Treasurer - 317-477-4310
Customer Service - 317-477-4330
Planning (Permits) - 317-477-4320
Street Department - 317-477-4380
Power and Light - 317-477-4370
Wastewater Department - 317-477-4360
Park Cemetery - 317-477-4387
Pothole Hotline - 317-325-1680
Parks and Recreation - 317-477-4340
Water Department - 317-477-4350
Animal Management - 317-477-4367