1. Zionsville mayor issues executive order on bias crimes

    Today, Mayor Haak signed an executive order to provide additional education and outreach in Zionsville to ensure that those who commit bias crimes are properly identified. Read on...
  2. Christmas tree disposal sites in Boone County

    Zionsville residents have several options for disposing of live trees after the holiday season. For the weeks of Jan. 7 and Jan. 14, Ray’s Trash Service will pick up Christmas trees curbside at no cost as part of the town’s regular trash pickup schedule. Read on...
  3. Zionsville designated a Bicycle Friendly Community

    Today, the League of American Bicyclists recognized Zionsville with a Bronze level Bicycle Friendly Community (BFC) award, joining 61 towns and cities in 27 states with this prestigious award. Read on...
  4. Zion Nature Center receives grant for picnic tables

    Zion Nature Center (ZNC) has been named the recipient of a $5,000 community grant from the Boone County Solid Waste Management District (BCSWMD). Read on...
  1. Sat Jan. 19

    Birds of Prey Mark Booth of Take Flight Wildlife Education and his magnificent birds of prey are returning to Zionsville. Hawks, owls, falcons, and other raptors have long held our imagination. See what it’s like to be hawk-eyed or falcon-fast by meeting these magnificent predators up close and hearing the stories of our shared history.
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  2. Mon Jan. 21

    Zionsville Town Hall Closed Zionsville Town Hall is closed in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
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