1. ZFD kicks off Recruit Academy for new hires

    Beginning March 20, Zionsville Fire Department will be conducting a 10-week Recruit Academy for 12 new hires and four recently hired firefighter/EMT’s. Read on...
  2. Lantz becomes seventh Town employee to graduate from public manager program

    Another Town of Zionsville employee has been recognized as a certified public manager after graduating from the Indiana Certified Public Manager (CPM) Program through the Bowen Center for Public Affairs at Ball State University. Read on...
  3. Zionsville Cultural District announces Step-On-Us Sidewalk Poetry Contest

    The project, unique in Indiana and one of only a handful in the nation, is to promote the arts in the Village of Zionsville. Winners, one adult and one youth, will see their work stamped into a Village sidewalk. Read on...
  4. Zionsville Golf Course raises rates for the first time in five years

    At its most recent meeting, the Zionsville Park Board approved raising Zionsville Golf Course base rates. Read on...
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  3. Sat Apr. 1

    April is Pull for Parks Month! We are searching for individuals and groups interested in helping with our annual Pull for Parks this April. Throughout the month of April, when the weather looks favorable, we will plan garlic mustard pulls at several of our Zionsville Parks. Interested in joining the email list or scheduling a pull for your group? Contact the Zion Nature Center at naturecenter@zionsville-in.gov or 317-873-8950.
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  4. Sat Apr. 1

    Garlic Mustard: Eat it to Beat it! Garlic mustard is an invasive plant first brought to America by European settlers in the 1800s. They enjoyed eating it because of its zesty garlic-like flavor. They had no idea the future impact this plant would have on native plants and animals. There are hundreds of ways to cook with garlic mustard. We will enjoy a few recipes while exploring the life cycle of garlic mustard, the impacts it has to our natural environments, and discover how you can help Zionsville Parks remove the plant. Regi...
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