Coronavirus Town Preparedness Update

Information is evolving and this page is updated when new information becomes available. We are collaborating with local and state partners to maintain a coordinated response. 

What You Need To Know

  • In the interest of the safety of our community and the Town of Zionsville employees, Zionsville Town Hall and Town facilities are closed. Updated information regarding the end date for this closure will be posted here
  • Until further notice, Town Hall meeting rooms (including the St. Vincent Community Room) are closed to all public meetings. Updated information regarding the end date for this closure will be posted here.
  • During this time, Town of Zionsville staff are working remotely as possible, monitoring voicemail and email regularly. 
  • The Town will be providing essential services from the various departments by modifying our processes.
  • Parks and trails remain open. Visitors must maintain six feet of social distancing from others. Help us keep our parks and trails healthy and safe during this time.

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Zionsville Parks Facilities Phased Reopening

In accordance with Gov. Holcomb’s Back on Track plan, Mayor Emily Styron and the Parks Board have announced the phased openings for Town of Zionsville parks facilities and amenities. 

Schedule of openings (all dates are subject to change):

  • May 22 – Zionsville Golf Course
  • May 24 – Park shelters, basketball courts, tennis courts, skate park, Lincoln Park gazebo and garden plots (the opening of garden plots will be based weather: 72 hours of no rain for tilling)
  • June 14 – Zion Nature Center and summer camps
  • July 4 – splash pad

Per Gov. Holcomb’s Back on Track plan, playgrounds are closed until further notice. The public restrooms at Mulberry Fields are also closed until further notice.

When visiting Town parks and facilities, residents are asked to maintain social distancing, wear a protective face covering and practice frequent hand washing. 

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Town Departments Contact Information

You can reach our departments by phone Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.

  • General Town of Zionsville: (317) 873-5410
  • Zionsville Planning & Economic Development: (317) 873-8247
  • Zionsville Parks & Recreation: (317) 733-2273
  • Zionsville Street & Stormwater: (317) 873-4544, Zionsville Street & Stormwater Emergency Line: (317) 903-9206
  • Zionsville Wastewater: (317) 873-2332
  • Zionsville Town Court: (317) 873-8240
  • Zionsville Fire Department: (317) 873-5358
  • Zionsville Police Department: (317) 873-5967

These numbers will go to voicemail. There will be staff checking voicemails.

Board/Commission/Council Meetings

  • To view a schedule for upcoming board/commission/council meetings, click here
  • To view the agendas for upcoming board/commission/council meetings, click here.

Zoom webinar information is shared on these pages.

Zionsville Community Schools

Per Governor Holcomb’s mandate, ZCS will be closed through the academic school year.

Message from Ray’s Trash Service

Ray’s would like to ask for your assistance in dealing with the potential spread of COVID-19. We ask that customers BAG ALL TRASH before placing it in the proper waste container for collection. By making sure all loose trash items are bagged, this mitigates the risk of Ray’s collectors coming in contact with any potentially contaminated items. RECYCLABLES should remain loose in the container and kept free of contamination.

Current Information from Local Service Providers


COVID-19 testing is taking place at the Lebanon High School gymnasium on Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. Testing is free. If you’re insured, please bring your insurance card. There will be no co-pays. Testing is available by appointment only. Register online or call 888-634-1116.


  • People with COVID-19 symptoms (cough, aches, chills, fever, sore throat, loss of taste/smell, headache)
  • People who are close contacts with someone who has COVID-19 (close coworker, family member, etc.), even without symptoms
  • People who are 65 years old and over, even without symptoms
  • People who are pregnant or part of an at-risk minority group, even without symptoms
  • Those with underlying health conditions, even without symptoms (obesity, high blood pressure, diabetes, etc.)