Local Social Media Pages

Greenfield Area Chamber of Commerce Facebook

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Greenfield Main Street Facebook

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Greenfield Community Facebook

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Health and Heritage Region

Hancock Health Facebook

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Greenfield Police Department Facebook

Greenfield Police Department Twitter


Hancock County Library

Nameless Creek Youth Camp Our mission is to create outdoor recreational and camping opportunities to increase the appreciation of nature and the enjoyment of the outdoors and outdoor sports for all of Greenfield, Hancock County, and the surrounding counties.

Hoosier Harvest Council

Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation offering pro bono legal representation and preventive legal education to low income families, including immigrant families. We accept clients in the greater Indianapolis metro area whose income is at or below 125%* of the Federal Poverty Guidelines.

H.J. Ricks Centre For The Arts The H.J. Ricks Centre for the Arts is a recently renovated and restored 1946 ArtDeco/Art Moderne style movie house that is now the focal point for live artistic performances in Greenfield, IN.

Hancock County Arts

The Landing - For students (13-18 years old) who want more out of life than they're getting. A safe place to find hope, healing, and freedom when life gets crazy or you want to deal with "stuff" in your life. Find us at 18 W. South Street every Wednesday night 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Brandywine Creek Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. (formerly AA)  Alcoholics Anonymous

Alzheimer Support


Visiting / Tourism

 Riley Festival The Riley Festival invites you to enjoy one of the largest craft festivals in the state of Indiana, with designated areas for food, commercial and flea market booths and much more. The event follows years of traditions in the celebration of the birth date of James Whitcomb Riley, the "Hoosier Poet." It begins every year on the first Thursday of October. Residents of Greenfield, Hancock County and the surrounding area join talent and resources annually to honor the memory of Greenfield's noted native son.

Greenfield Main Street Since 2008, our non-profit organization has been working diligently to put Greenfield on the map. Our mission is, and always has been, to inform residents and visitors alike about the great events, industry, and attractions in the city's downtown, and bring an enthusiastic awareness of the Greenfield area to everyone!

Hancock County Tourism and Visitors Center One Great Place Since 1828 | Hancock County, Indiana

Greenfield Chamber of Commerce | Greenfield, IN Greenfield Chamber of Commerce

Hancock County Indiana A comprehensive source for the Hancock County, Indiana, Government serving Greenfield, New Palestine and McCordsville Indiana.

Hancock County Historical Society

Hancock County Fairgrounds

S and H Campground S and H Campground is located in Greenfield Indiana. We have fun for the entire family. Activities every weekend including free live music, super inflatable playground, mini-golf, and swimming.

Heartland Resort

Hello Hancock

Schools / Churches  St Michael Catholic Church - Father Aaron Jenkins and the staff of St. Michael Catholic Church and School welcome you! We are glad you are here and we are grateful to be a part of your faith journey. St Michael Catholic School - St. Michael School...Tradition, Vision, Excellence in Education since 1954. Mission Led by the Holy Spirit, St. Michael's Catholic School encourages our students to grow in their Catholic faith, achieve academic excellence and become responsible citizens.

Greenfield-Central Schools

Bradley Preschool

Calvary Baptist Church

Park Chapel

Brandywine Community Church

Trinity Park United Methodist Church

Apostolic Pentecostal Church

Greenfield Christian Church

Faith Apostolic Church

Evangel Christian Church

Bradley United Methodist Church


Hancock Regional Hospital

Local Service Organizations

The Tangram Way Tangram creates extraordinary lives for persons living with disability...far beyond what most believe is possible. As a United Way 501(c)3 community benefit organization, Tangram helps individuals with disabilities and their families plan, support and sustain ways to live actively and independently within their communities throughout central Indiana. Tangram is currently looking for employees to service the Hancock County area.

Kenneth Butler Memorial Soup Kitchen Open to all, no cost. Free will offerings accepted.

Assisted Living in Greenfield.

Hancock County Community Foundation

Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation offering pro bono legal representation and preventive legal education to low income families, including immigrant families. We accept clients in the greater Indianapolis metro area whose income is at or below 125%* of the Federal Poverty Guidelines.

United Way of Hancock CountyHome

Boys & Girls Clubs of Hancock County Boys and Girls Clubs of Hancock County

Hancock Service Unit - Girl Scouts of Central Indiana  Serving Girls in Greenfield, New Palestine, and Eastern Hancock County

FUSE - Families United for Support and Encouragment  Improving the lives of children with special needs

Hancock Hope House

The American Legion The nation's largest wartime veterans service organization, committed to mentoring youth, advocating patriotism, and continued devotion to our fellow servicemembers and veterans.

Love in the Name of Christ of Greater Hancock County, Indiana A Movement of Christian Churches to show Gods Love for the Poor and Needy

Hancock Economic Development Council Strategically located along the I-70 corridor, Hancock County is considered a location of choice within Central Indiana. Part of the Indianapolis MSA,

Hancock County Food Pantry

Hancock County Senior Services  Hancock County Senior Services, Inc. (HCSSI), is a community-based, not-for-profit agency that is committed to providing comprehensive support services to older and disabled county residents, to assist them to maintain the greatest possible independence to prevent premature institutionalization. Additionally, public transportation is available to residents regardless of age. The agency promotes community awareness of issues, challenges, and solutions.

Wheels for Wishes Proceeds from donated vehicles go to Wheels For Wishes, a tax-exempt charity under Section 501(c)(3) of the IRS Code, benefiting your local Make-A-Wish Foundation®. Since 1980, the Make-A-Wish Foundation chapters have granted wishes to more than 250,000 children between the ages of 2-1/2 and 18 who have life-threatening or critical medical conditions.

Leaders in Navigating Knowledge Leaders in Navigating Knowledge, better known as LINK, hopes every person will have unlimited access to educational resources for college, career, and individual success. LINK works to connect people and businesses to the resources they need to plan, prepare, and pay for the next steps in their education. Call 317-477-0745 when you are ready to keep learning!

Regreening Greenfield A non-profit organization, comprised of volunteers committed to preserving and restoring Greenfield's urban forest through street tree plantings and other landscaping and reforestation projects in the Greenfield area. Contact:


City Phone Directory

Mayor's Office - 317-477-4300
Clerk Treasurer - 317-477-4310
Utility Billing - 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