1. Town Council and Mayor Haak announce 2018 board/commission/committee appointments

    The Zionsville Town Council has approved and announced eight new appointments to Town of Zionsville boards/commissions/committees and Mayor Haak has announced two new appointments. Read on...
  2. Fourth Street storm sewer improvements - phase II

    Construction is scheduled to begin on or after Jan. 15 on the Fourth Street storm sewer improvements – phase II project. Read on...
  3. Walk this way - sidewalk poetry contest is back for second year

    Zionsville’s second annual contest to transform downtown sidewalks. Read on...
  4. Zionsville Police Department establish on-site safe exchange zone

    The Zionsville Police Department has created an “E-Commerce Exchange Zone” in the parking lot of ZPD headquarters and inside both the doorway entrance lobby and the police headquarters lobby. Read on...
  1. Wed Jan. 24

    Coffee with a Cop Join your neighbors and Zionsville Police Department for coffee and conversation.
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  2. Fri Jan. 26

    Mommy & Me: Snow Give your toddler a fun and interactive introduction to nature in our Mommy and Me classes! Each month 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. Register at naturecenter@zionsville-in.gov 9:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Zion Nature Center Ages: 1 – 3...
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  3. Fri Jan. 26

    Zionsville Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards Banquet The Zionsville Chamber of Commerce annually recognizes the work, leadership and commitment of members of the Zionsville Community. Recipients will be honored at our Annual Awards Banquet on Friday January 26, 2018 at the Palomino Ballroom. Don't miss a fun night as we celebrate individuals and businesses that make Zionsville such a wonderful place to live, work and play. Tickets are $65 for chamber members and $70 for non-members, and corporate tables of 8 are $650. For more information and ...
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  4. Sat Jan. 27

    E Recycle at Akard True Value Hardware Child Adult Resource Services (C.A.R.S.) is a nonprofit agency that provides day service, group housing, and production work for children/adults with developmental disabilities. Their electronics recycling program employees roughly 6-8 adults with disabilities on a weekly basis, and continues to grow with your continued support. Their electronics recycling program dismantles each component down to its most natural form and prepare it to be shred and reused after final disposition. At C.A.R.S....
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