Public Fire Hydrant Use

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It has been reported that people are illegally using public fire hydrants in the city. That use constitutes theft and is a crime. Only authorized City Employees or Firefighters working to extinguish a fire, or are involved in training, are authorized to use a public fire hydrant. Improper use of hydrants can cause discolored water, main breaks, and damage to the hydrant itself. If an individual or business needs bulk water, they may contact the Permit office to obtain a Bulk Water Permit.
 
If you witness a someone using a fire hydrant, that is not a City Employee or a Firefighter, please call the Greenfield Police Department at 317-477-4400 to report the theft.
 
Your help in protecting your city water system is appreciated.
Thank You
 

Make your voice heard

Questionnaire dragon 512The Greenfield Parks Department is updating its Five Year Master Plan and would appreciate your input.
 
Click here, or follow the link below to take the survey.
 

Road Closure

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A portion of Fortville Pike will be closed for several months as crews replace the bridge over Interstate 70. More informaation can be found at the Daily Reporter by clicking the below link.
 
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Hancock County Heroes

In late 1941, the war had come home to Hancock County, Indiana. gi-picAs 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.

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Minutes available online

City Council  and Board of Works minutes are available online by clicking the buttons below.
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Silent Films and Pancakes

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Ever eat pancakes for a good cause? Ever seen a silent movie? You can fill both those check boxes this week!
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Golf Cart Registrations

cart In 2017, the Greenfield City Council pased Ordinance 2017-19 allowing the limited use of golf carts on city streets. You can learn more about the requirements and licensing by following the link below.

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City Calendar Notice

The following meetings have been moved or cancelled for the month of August.

  • There will not be a Plan Commission meeting on Monday, Aug 13th 2018.
 

Capital Improvement Plan

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Planning staff are looking for your feedback in determining which five projects should be the top priority for our department over the next few years. Greenfield citizens can review the plan and provide feedback!
 
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2018 Parks Program Guide

The Summer/Fall 2018 Parks Program Guide is available. Click on the guide photo to download now!

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comm-links-sm   Looking for a community outreach program? Church? Planning a visit or looking for tourism information? Check our list of community links and see what services Greenfield offers.

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Greenfield Street Resurfacing

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The City of Greenfield is pleased to announce the 2018 resurfacing program, listed below, consisting of approximately $630,000 worth of investment. Work will begin the week of 7/23 and continue through the end of August.
 
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Riley Splash Pad is OPEN!

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The new, long awaited, Riley Splash Pad is OPEN and seems to be a hit! Memorial Day weekend set record high temperatures and the Splash Pad was a popular attraction for those looking to counter the heat. Stop on by and cool off, use of the Splash Pad is FREE.
 
For more information on amenities and hours of operation, visit the Splash Pad facilities page.

Why we need our parks

parks main logo 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.
 

Emergency services and assistance in Hancock County

phone alert iconFind out how you can help provide, and recieve, emergency assistance in the City of Greenfield and throughout Hancock County.
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Community Calendar

City Council Meeting
Wed Aug 22nd 2018, 7:00pm -

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