1. Heavy trash collection scheduled for week of May 7

    The Town of Zionsville’s Street & Stormwater Department will be providing heavy trash collection to Zionsville residents in the urban service district. Read on...
  2. Zionsville Town Council adds smoking and tobacco ban in public places

    At the most recent meeting on April 9, the Zionsville Town Council passed an amendment to the Town’s smoking ordinance. Read on...
  3. Poetry contest winners announced

    For a second year, poems to be stamped onto Zionsville sidewalk. Read on...
  4. Zionsville hits 80-20 goal set by Mayor Haak

    During his first year as Mayor of the Town of Zionsville, Mayor Tim Haak committed to a goal first put in place by the Town Council in 2008: to achieve an 80-20 percentage ratio of residential to commercial property tax revenue by 2020. Read on...
  1. Mon Apr. 23

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  3. Wed Apr. 25

    Spring Warbler ID Workshop Get ready for spring warbler migration with Rob Ripma and Zion Nature Center! Join Rob for a classroom session to learn some tips and tricks for identifying the warblers that you’ll see this spring. While warblers in their fresh and brightly colored spring plumage might not seem quite as tricky as warblers in the fall, there’s still plenty to learn. After this classroom session, Rob will lead the group on a hike a few days later at Starkey Park (Saturday, April 28) to look for early migratin...
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  4. Fri Apr. 27

    Mommy & Me: Wildflowers Give your toddler a fun and interactive introduction to nature in our Mommy & Me classes! Each month we will focus on a different topic and will feature live animal encounters, stories, crafts and nature exploration. Due to school being in session, parking is not available at the Zion Nature Center. We will meet at the elementary school gates at 9:30 a.m. and walk to the Nature Center together. Ages: 1 – 3 years with an adult
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