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Zionsville Town Council passes golf cart ordinance Zionsville Town Council passes golf cart ordinance
2019 Fall Brush and Limb Collection 2019 Fall Brush and Limb Collection
Eagle Scouts build picnic tables at Zion Nature Center Eagle Scouts build picnic tables at Zion Nature Center
Zionsville Fire Department improves ISO rating Zionsville Fire Department improves ISO rating
Town partners with local farm to assist in job training for special needs adults Town partners with local farm to assist in job training for special needs adults
Zionsville Fire Department unveils new state-of-the-art CPR devices Zionsville Fire Department unveils new state-of-the-art CPR devices
Plans for Elm Street Green play area announced by Zionsville Park Board Plans for Elm Street Green play area announced by Zionsville Park Board
The Zionsville Park Board has announced plans for a new play area at Elm Street Green. This play area, part of the Zionsville Parks and Recreation Five Year Master Plan, will be designed as an “adventure” space with elements such as climbing boulders and a climbing net. The Elm Street Green play area will be designed for children ages 6 – 10, though there will be elements available for smaller children as well. Construction is planned to begin this year, however, implementation is dependent on bid responses and resultant overall costs. Due to weather constraints and other unknowns such as the number and quality of the bid responses, the timeline for completion cannot be predicted at this time. Funding was provided by the Town’s elected officials for this year’s budget cycle. More information will be shared on the Town of Zionsville website as available.
Participants can “get their feet wet” at Creekfest Participants can “get their feet wet” at Creekfest
Zionsville’s Walking Man unveiled by Town and local artist Zionsville’s Walking Man unveiled by Town and local artist
Zionsville Park Board announces future new Lions Park tot playground Zionsville Park Board announces future new Lions Park tot playground
Town of Zionsville joins WeatherSTEM network Town of Zionsville joins WeatherSTEM network
ZPD officers gifted defibrillators by ZFD ZPD officers gifted defibrillators by ZFD
Zionsville Police Department acquires new Crime Scene Response Vehicle Zionsville Police Department acquires new Crime Scene Response Vehicle
The Zionsville Police Department (ZPD) has introduced its newest addition to their vehicle fleet – a Crime Scene Response Vehicle.
Indiana muralist tapped for downtown Zionsville building Indiana muralist tapped for downtown Zionsville building
Town of Zionsville celebrates National Bike Month with three events Town of Zionsville celebrates National Bike Month with three events
2019 Street & Stormwater Department paving update 2019 Street & Stormwater Department paving update
The following paving projects have been put out for bid, and accepted, by the Zionsville Street & Stormwater Department.
Town Council and Mayor Haak announce 2019 board/commission/committee appointments Town Council and Mayor Haak announce 2019 board/commission/committee appointments
The Zionsville Town Council has approved and announced five new appointments to Town of Zionsville boards/commissions/committees and Mayor Haak has announced three new appointments.
First art sculpture installed at Town Hall First art sculpture installed at Town Hall
2019 Heavy Trash Collection 2019 Heavy Trash Collection
The Town of Zionsville will be providing the annual Heavy Trash Collection for residents in the Urban Service District the week of May 6, 2019 on your regular trash collection day.
New ZFD public education vehicle helps deliver safety messages New ZFD public education vehicle helps deliver safety messages
Reminder of Zionsville dog leash laws Reminder of Zionsville dog leash laws
2019 Spring Brush and Limb Collection 2019 Spring Brush and Limb Collection
2019 project update from Street & Stormwater and Wastewater Departments 2019 project update from Street & Stormwater and Wastewater Departments
Update on the Zionsville Road project Update on the Zionsville Road project
The closure of Zionsville Road is currently scheduled to begin on April 1, 2019. This reconstruction project involves the widening of a one-mile section of Zionsville Road.
ZNC receives grant from Zionsville Tri Kappa ZNC receives grant from Zionsville Tri Kappa
Zionsville Tri Kappa awarded Zion Nature Center a grant of $1,875 as part of Tri Kappa’s annual statewide Tri Kappa Week.
Zionsville expands emergency preparedness network Zionsville expands emergency preparedness network
The Zionsville Fire Department is pleased to announce that two additional emergency warning sirens have been installed in the Zionsville service area in addition to the three new sirens that were installed in 2018.
Town awards two Zionsville organizations grant money Town awards two Zionsville organizations grant money
The Town of Zionsville recently awarded Habitat for Humanity ReStore and SullivanMunce Cultural Center grant money from the Town’s Charitable Organizations Fund.
Zionsville mayor issues executive order on bias crimes 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.
Christmas tree disposal sites in Boone County 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.
Zionsville designated a Bicycle Friendly Community 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.
Zion Nature Center receives grant for picnic tables 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).
Zion Nature Center Teacher Trunks available to educators Zion Nature Center Teacher Trunks available to educators
Last May, Zion Nature Center, a part of Zionsville Parks & Recreation Department, received a $4,887 grant from the Duke Energy Foundation to support two hands-on, science-focused initiatives: Traveling Teacher Trunks and Nature Play Days.
Area Familiarization with Santa Driver Training Area Familiarization with Santa Driver Training
Your Zionsville Fire Department has just received confirmation from the North Pole that Santa Claus is coming to the Town of Zionsville!
ZFD crews now carry carbon monoxide detectors on EMS bags ZFD crews now carry carbon monoxide detectors on EMS bags
Thanks to community support, Zionsville Fire Department crews have begun carrying carbon monoxide detectors on their EMS bags.
Leaf collection scheduled Leaf collection scheduled
The Town of Zionsville’s Street & Stormwater Department will be providing curbside leaf collection for residents in the Zionsville urban district this fall.
Trick-or-treat hours in Zionsville Trick-or-treat hours in Zionsville
ZFD receives flag flown on USS America on 9/11 ZFD receives flag flown on USS America on 9/11
Fall brush and limb collection scheduled Fall brush and limb collection scheduled
The Town of Zionsville’s Street & Stormwater Department will be providing curbside Brush & Limb Collection beginning Monday, Oct. 1.
North-South Connector public input meeting announced North-South Connector public input meeting announced
The Town of Zionsville has announced a public meeting to present the current design of the North-South Connector road project.
Explore Zionsville parks with Tails on the Trails Explore Zionsville parks with Tails on the Trails
Grab your pup, a leash and some walking shoes – Zionsville Parks & Recreation Tails on the Trails event starts Saturday, Sept. 1 and continues through Oct. 31.
Town awards two local organizations grant money Town awards two local organizations grant money
The Town of Zionsville recently awarded the Boys & Girls Club of Zionsville (BAGCOZ) and SullivanMunce Cultural Center grant money from the Town’s Charitable Organizations Fund.
Schedule changes announced in Zionsville Road reconstruction project Schedule changes announced in Zionsville Road reconstruction project
The Zionsville Street & Stormwater Department has announced schedule changes to the Zionsville Road reconstruction project.
Participants encouraged to “get their feet wet” at Creekfest Participants encouraged to “get their feet wet” at Creekfest
On Saturday, Aug. 18, the Town of Zionsville and its partners will hold Creekfest – an annual celebration of Eagle Creek through recreation, stewardship and education.
Solicitor regulations in Zionsville Solicitor regulations in Zionsville
Over the past few weeks, the Town of Zionsville has received reports of solicitors in the area.
Funding approved for SROs in Zionsville and Western Boone schools Funding approved for SROs in Zionsville and Western Boone schools
A multi-agency partnership will facilitate the assignment of a sworn law enforcement professional in every Zionsville and Western Boone school* beginning this August.
Street & Stormwater Department 2018 road projects Street & Stormwater Department 2018 road projects
Below are updates from the Town of Zionsville Street & Stormwater Department on Zionsville road repair and rehab projects for 2018.
Morning storms spark fire in Zionsville Morning storms spark fire in Zionsville
At 8:39 a.m. this morning, the Zionsville Fire Department was dispatched to a report of a residence fire at 4130 Fieldmaster Dr. Crews arrived to find smoke and flames coming from the roof of the two-story home.
South Main Street bridge improvement project to start this summer South Main Street bridge improvement project to start this summer
Engineering work is complete on a project that will greatly improve pedestrian mobility along South Main Street, south of the downtown business district.
Zion Nature Center receives Duke Energy Foundation community grant Zion Nature Center receives Duke Energy Foundation community grant
Zion Nature Center, a part of Zionsville Parks & Recreation Department, has received a $4,887 grant from the Duke Energy Foundation to support two hands-on, science-focused initiatives: Traveling Teacher Trunks and Nature Play Days.
Zionsville Police Department K9 Eso passes away Zionsville Police Department K9 Eso passes away
Zionsville Police Department K9 Eso passed away on Sunday, April 22 after suffering from multi-organ failure.
Town Hall center drive opens tomorrow Town Hall center drive opens tomorrow
The main center drive leading to Town Hall will be open and accessible to vehicular traffic tomorrow, April 19, starting at 6:30 a.m.
Heavy trash collection scheduled for week of May 7 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.
Zionsville Town Council adds smoking and tobacco ban in public places 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.
Poetry contest winners announced Poetry contest winners announced
For a second year, poems to be stamped onto Zionsville sidewalk.
Zionsville hits 80-20 goal set by Mayor Haak 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.
Town of Zionsville joins fight against opioid distributors Town of Zionsville joins fight against opioid distributors
Mayor Tim Haak has announced the Town of Zionsville will join a public nuisance lawsuit against wholesale drug distributors in an effort to hold accountable the companies responsible for dumping millions of dollars’ worth of prescription opiates into the community and making the opioid epidemic possible.
Spring 2018 Brush & Limb Collection Spring 2018 Brush & Limb Collection
The Town of Zionsville’s Street & Stormwater Department will be providing curbside Brush & Limb Collection beginning Monday, April 16, 2018.
ZFD Fire Marshal receives Fire Inspector of the Year award ZFD Fire Marshal receives Fire Inspector of the Year award
Zionsville Fire Department Fire Marshal Joshua Frost received the 2018 Fire Inspector of the Year award given by the Fire Inspectors Association of Indiana (FIAI).
Zionsville named a 2017 Tree City USA Zionsville named a 2017 Tree City USA
Zionsville, known for its tree lined streets and 400+ acres of parks, has been named a 2017 Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation.
Deputy Jacob Pickett's funeral procession Deputy Jacob Pickett's funeral procession
The funeral for Boone County Sheriff's Deputy Jacob Pickett will take place tomorrow, March 9, with a procession route that travels through Zionsville.
Google Trekker puts Indiana parks and trails on the map Google Trekker puts Indiana parks and trails on the map
Now you can view images of your favorite Zionsville parks and trails on Google Maps.
Zionsville Town offices closed on Friday, March 9 Zionsville Town offices closed on Friday, March 9
Mayor Tim Haak has ordered that all Zionsville Town offices will be closed on Friday, March 9 in memory of Boone County Sheriff's Deputy Jacob Pickett.
ZFD to offer citizens a behind-the-scenes look at life of a Zionsville firefighter ZFD to offer citizens a behind-the-scenes look at life of a Zionsville firefighter
This spring the Zionsville Fire Department is offering a new way for Zionsville citizens to gain a greater understanding of how the department works.
ZFD firefighter raising money for children's heart organization in honor of his son ZFD firefighter raising money for children's heart organization in honor of his son
As American Heart Month approaches, Robert Coonfield “races” to give back
Get plugged in with Zionsville happenings and updates Get plugged in with Zionsville happenings and updates
Three opportunities to hear from the Mayor and Town staff
Town is Tom Wood Toyota’s first customer in the doors Town is Tom Wood Toyota’s first customer in the doors
On Monday, Jan. 22 Tom Wood Toyota opened their dealership in Zionsville and the Town of Zionsville became the very first customer.
Town Council and Mayor Haak announce 2018 board/commission/committee appointments 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.
Fourth Street storm sewer improvements - phase II 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.
Walk this way - sidewalk poetry contest is back for second year Walk this way - sidewalk poetry contest is back for second year
Zionsville’s second annual contest to transform downtown sidewalks.
Christmas tree disposal sites in Boone County Christmas tree disposal sites in Boone County
Zionsville residents have several options for disposing of live trees after the holiday season. From Jan. 2 – 12, Ray’s Trash Service will pick up Christmas trees curbside at no cost as part of the town’s regular trash pickup schedule.
Zionsville Police Department establish on-site safe exchange zone 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.
Third Street storm sewer improvements to begin early January Third Street storm sewer improvements to begin early January
Construction is scheduled to begin on or after Jan. 2, 2018 on the Third Street storm sewer improvements project.
Town of Zionsville passes broadband ready ordinance Town of Zionsville passes broadband ready ordinance
The Zionsville Town Council unanimously passed an ordinance declaring the Town of Zionsville as a broadband ready community.
Street & Stormwater Department 2018 road projects update Street & Stormwater Department 2018 road projects update
Below are updates from the Town of Zionsville Street & Stormwater Department on 2018 road projects and paving.
Big-4 Rail Trail tree work taking place Big-4 Rail Trail tree work taking place
Pings Tree Service is working on behalf of Zionsville Parks Department to remove approximately 35 Ash trees along the Big-4 Rail Trail, primarily between Eagle Creek and Town Hall.
Thursday evening events bring free fun to Zionsville’s Christmas in the Village Thursday evening events bring free fun to Zionsville’s Christmas in the Village
Zionsville’s Christmas in the Village offers free Thursday evening events that promise extra magical fun this holiday season.
Mowing work in Starkey Park starts tomorrow Mowing work in Starkey Park starts tomorrow
To help keep woody and invasive species under control, mowing and overseeding will take place in part of Starkey Park beginning tomorrow, Nov. 30.
Indiana Chamber honors former Zionsville Town Council president Indiana Chamber honors former Zionsville Town Council president
At the Indiana Chamber of Commerce’s 28th Annual Awards Dinner on Nov. 7, former Zionsville Town Council President Tom Easterday was named Business Leader of the Year.
ZFD goes R.E.D on Fridays ZFD goes R.E.D on Fridays
Have you noticed Americans wearing red on Fridays? It’s called R.E.D. Friday and it stands for “Remember Everyone Deployed.”
Trick-or-treat hours in Zionsville Trick-or-treat hours in Zionsville
The official trick-or-treat hours in Zionsville are 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. on Oct. 31.
Zionsville awarded INDOT grant to improve local roads Zionsville awarded INDOT grant to improve local roads
The Town of Zionsville has been awarded $486,562.71 from INDOT as part of the Community Crossings matching grant fund, an initiative that provides funding for local road projects.
Zionsville building fire update Zionsville building fire update
The Zionsville Fire Department was dispatched to a report of a residence fire at 76 ½ South Main Street in Zionsville at 3:45 a.m. on September 18, 2017.
Town Hall Move Announced Town Hall Move Announced
News Release - Town Hall Move Announced - August 30, 2017
Street & Stormwater Department August 2017 road projects and paving update Street & Stormwater Department August 2017 road projects and paving update
Below are updates from the Town of Zionsville Street & Stormwater Department on 2017 road projects and rehabilitation paving.
Pop Up Farmers Market opens in Boone Village Pop Up Farmers Market opens in Boone Village
Farm fresh eggs, local honey, Indiana sweet corn and heirloom tomatoes are just some of the fresh produce available at the Zionsville Pop Up Farmers Market on Wednesday nights in the Boone Village parking lot.
Zionsville subdivisions to be included in sewer line cleaning project in August Zionsville subdivisions to be included in sewer line cleaning project in August
Starting Monday, Aug. 7, the Zionsville Wastewater Department will begin a sewer line cleaning project in the Cedar Bend area.
Annual Creekfest cleanup and festival celebrates Eagle Creek Annual Creekfest cleanup and festival celebrates Eagle Creek
The 3rd annual Creekfest on Saturday, Aug. 19 from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. celebrates Eagle Creek through recreation, stewardship and education
Zionsville Cultural District announces winners of poetry contest Zionsville Cultural District announces winners of poetry contest
Zionsville Cultural District (ZCD), in partnership with the Town of Zionsville, has announced the winners of the inaugural “Step-On-Us Sidewalk Poetry Contest,” which launched in February.
Public information meeting for Zionsville Road reconstruction project Public information meeting for Zionsville Road reconstruction project
The Town of Zionsville is developing a project to improve and widen Zionsville Road between 106th and Technology Center Drive.
Street & Stormwater Department July 2017 road projects update Street & Stormwater Department July 2017 road projects update
Below are updates from the Town of Zionsville Street & Stormwater Department on 2017 road rehabilitation paving and pipe replacement projects for the week of July 10 – 14.
Closure of Town Hall parking lot sidewalk to and from Big-4 Rail Trail Closure of Town Hall parking lot sidewalk to and from Big-4 Rail Trail
The sidewalk off the Town Hall parking lot with access to the Big-4 Rail Trail will temporarily be closed starting July 5 as construction crews begin work on the parking lot.
ZPD K9 officially begins retirement ZPD K9 officially begins retirement
Zionsville Police Department K9 Eso officially began retirement yesterday amid increasing health concerns.
Victim identified in Zionsville house fire: Cause and origin of fire also determined Victim identified in Zionsville house fire: Cause and origin of fire also determined
Public safety personnel have identified the woman who passed away last night in a Zionsville house fire at 710 N US 421 as 67-year-old Susan E. Cutright.
How to bake a cake with a sparkler: July 4th safety tips and state and local laws from ZFD How to bake a cake with a sparkler: July 4th safety tips and state and local laws from ZFD
With July 4th approaching, many will celebrate our country’s freedom with fireworks. Sparklers may seem harmless, but many reported firework injuries reported around the holiday are from sparklers.
One person dies in Zionsville house fire One person dies in Zionsville house fire
On June 20 at approximately 7:50 p.m., Boone County Sheriff Deputy Rob Watson was on patrol and reported a house on fire with flames visible at 710 N US 421 in Zionsville
Town of Zionsville supportive of Senate Bill 322 Town of Zionsville supportive of Senate Bill 322
The Town of Zionsville has been supportive of a bill requiring DNA to be collected from suspects arrested on felony charges. And yesterday, Gov. Holcomb officially signed that bill – Senate Bill 322 – into law.
Zionsville celebrates getting kids outside through Nature Play Days Zionsville celebrates getting kids outside through Nature Play Days
Between June 10 – 18, Nature Play Days will encourage families in Indiana to play outdoors and reap the physical, mental and emotional benefits nature play provides.
Parks Superintendent celebrates Bike to Work Day for ninth year in a row Parks Superintendent celebrates Bike to Work Day for ninth year in a row
To celebrate National Bike Month and National Bike to Work Day, Zionsville’s Park and Recreation Department Superintendent, Matt Dickey, dodged most of this morning’s rain showers and rode his bicycle to work.
Town announces online payment system rollout Town announces online payment system rollout
Starting today, Zionsville residents can login to the Town of Zionsville website and pay their sewer and trash/recycling bills online.
ZPD canine Jelka recovering from major surgery ZPD canine Jelka recovering from major surgery
Zionsville Police Department’s canine Jelka is recovering from injuries sustained from being hit by a pickup truck yesterday evening.
Town announces 2017 commission and board appointments Town announces 2017 commission and board appointments
The Zionsville Town Council has approved and announced nine appointees to Town of Zionsville Boards, Commissions and Committees.
Creekside Corporate Park trail system open to public Creekside Corporate Park trail system open to public
Beginning at sunrise on Thursday, April 27, the one-mile paved trail system at Creekside Corporate Park will officially be open for public use.
Heavy trash collection scheduled for week of May 8 Heavy trash collection scheduled for week of May 8
The Town of Zionsville’s Street & Stormwater Department will be providing heavy trash collection to Zionsville residents in the urban service district.
Upcoming road closures and projects Upcoming road closures and projects
Below are updates on Zionsville road projects.
Cobblestone works with Town for interior transformation Cobblestone works with Town for interior transformation
When Cobblestone Grill closed on Jan. 21 for remodeling, the restaurant’s owners, Kent and Liz Esra, immediately began the process of transforming the space into a more contemporary industrial look.
Zionsville named a 2017 Tree City USA Zionsville named a 2017 Tree City USA
Zionsville, known for its tree lined streets and sprawling parks, has been named a 2017 Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation.
ZFD kicks off Recruit Academy for new hires 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.
Spring brush and limb collection scheduled Spring brush and limb collection scheduled
The Town of Zionsville’s Street & Stormwater Department will be providing curbside brush and limb collection beginning Monday, April 17.
Public Input for the Overley-Worman Park Master Plan Public Input for the Overley-Worman Park Master Plan
The Town of Zionsville is in the process of creating a master plan for a new park called the Overley-Worman Park.
Lantz becomes seventh Town employee to graduate from public manager program 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.
Zionsville Cultural District announces Step-On-Us Sidewalk Poetry Contest Zionsville Cultural District announces Step-On-Us Sidewalk Poetry Contest
Winners, one adult and one youth, will see their work stamped into a Village sidewalk. Winning poems will be stepped on, stomped on, skipped on, and read by villagers and visitors alike for years to come.
Zionsville Golf Course raises rates for the first time in five years 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.
Judges announced for second annual Sidewalk Poetry Contest Judges announced for second annual Sidewalk Poetry Contest
The Zionsville Cultural District (ZCD) has announced the judges for the second annual Step-on-Us Sidewalk Poetry Contest, now underway.
Fallen tree in Starkey Park closes trail Fallen tree in Starkey Park closes trail
Trail SP-1 expected to re-open late spring.
Town announces 2017 mayoral appointments Town announces 2017 mayoral appointments
Zionsville Mayor Tim Haak has announced eight appointees to Town of Zionsville Boards and Commissions. Three individuals are new appointees and five individuals are reappointments.
Town of Zionsville receives grant from Duke Energy Foundation Town of Zionsville receives grant from Duke Energy Foundation
The town is one step closer to having even more vibrant holiday light displays in downtown Zionsville thanks to a Local Community Development Grant from the Duke Energy Foundation.
Christmas tree disposal sites in Boone County Christmas tree disposal sites in Boone County
Zionsville residents have several options for disposing of live trees after the holiday season. During the week of Jan. 2, Ray’s Trash Service will pick up Christmas trees curbside for no charge as part of the town’s regular trash pickup schedule
PHOTO OP: Freezin’ for a reason – Mayor Haak to participate in ZFD ice rescue training PHOTO OP: Freezin’ for a reason – Mayor Haak to participate in ZFD ice rescue training
Every winter Zionsville Fire Department does ice rescue training to simulate pulling victims from icy cold water. This year will be no different except that Mayor Haak will be participating.
ZPD detective lieutenant graduates from FBI National Academy ZPD detective lieutenant graduates from FBI National Academy
Three Zionsville Police Department officers have graduated from the world’s premier law enforcement learning and research center – the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) National Academy in Quantico, Va. Chief Robert Knox, now retired Captain Doug Gauthier and just this month, Detective Lieutenant Chuck White.
Zion Nature Center receives grant for waste recycling receptacle center Zion Nature Center receives grant for waste recycling receptacle center
Zion Nature Center will soon have a triple-sorting receptacle recycling center thanks to a $2,100 grant from Boone County Solid Waste District (BCSWD).
Zionsville Town Council President named to Holcomb’s transition team Zionsville Town Council President named to Holcomb’s transition team
Zionsville Town Council President Susana Suarez will serve on Gov.-elect Eric Holcomb’s transition team. The 16-member transition board met for the first time Wednesday to immediately begin working on the administration’s priorities for the next four years.
Town of Zionsville announces 2017 schedule of meetings Town of Zionsville announces 2017 schedule of meetings
On Monday, the Zionsville Town Council approved the adoption of the schedule of meetings for 2017. Changes include a shift in dates for the monthly Town Council meetings.
Community event raises awareness about conservation and preservation Community event raises awareness about conservation and preservation
Zion Nature Center and Zionsville Street & Stormwater Department support Do It Again Recycled Art Market on Nov. 5.
Leaf collection scheduled Leaf collection scheduled
The Town of Zionsville’s Street & Stormwater Department will be providing curbside leaf collection for residents in the Zionsville urban district this fall. Leaf collection begins Monday, Oct. 24, 2016 and runs through Friday, Dec. 2, 2016.
UPDATE Boone County Local Income Tax (LIT) Fact Sheet UPDATE Boone County Local Income Tax (LIT) Fact Sheet
A .5 percent increase in Boone County’s local income tax was unanimously approved on Tuesday, Oct. 11. The tax, currently set at 1 percent, will increase to 1.5 percent on Jan. 1.
Trick-or-treat hours in Zionsville Trick-or-treat hours in Zionsville
The official trick-or-treat hours in Zionsville are 5:30 – 8 p.m. on Oct. 31.
Boone County Local Income Tax (LIT) Fact Sheet Boone County Local Income Tax (LIT) Fact Sheet
In Boone County, Sheriff Mike Nielsen and local public safety officials are leading the charge for an increase to the Local Income Tax (LIT) to support public safety, which many local leaders say has been underfunded for years.
Street & Stormwater Department new milling machine creates smoother roads Street & Stormwater Department new milling machine creates smoother roads
A new machine in the Zionsville Street & Stormwater Department will allow for roads to be repaired much faster and more efficiently. Purchased this summer, the Department’s new milling machine is the first of its kind for the town.
Boosterville expands in former PNC building Boosterville expands in former PNC building
Since Zionsville’s first entrepreneurial and co-working center zWORKS opened last year, multiple small businesses and start-ups have used the space as a hub of work.
Local heroes serve pancakes at annual Pancake Breakfast fundraiser Local heroes serve pancakes at annual Pancake Breakfast fundraiser
ZFD takes steps to reduce firefighters’ cancer risk ZFD takes steps to reduce firefighters’ cancer risk
In an attempt to reduce firefighters’ cancer risks, Zionsville Fire Department (ZFD) has recently implemented additional on-scene actions and is conducting specialized training to increase firefighters’ cancer awareness.
Zayo to install “small cell” equipment to enhance mobile coverage Zayo to install “small cell” equipment to enhance mobile coverage
Zayo Group, a high-speed fiber optic utility regulated under the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission, will install five FCC approved antennas at the top of decorative steel poles throughout Zionsville.
Town of Zionsville breaks ground on new Town Hall Town of Zionsville breaks ground on new Town Hall
Zionsville Mayor Tim Haak, Zionsville Town Council President Susana Suarez, Town Council members and community representatives broke ground today on the new Zionsville Town Hall.
Zionsville awarded $1 million INDOT matching grant to improve local roads Zionsville awarded $1 million INDOT matching grant to improve local roads
Zionsville has been awarded a $1 million Community Crossings Matching Grant – the maximum amount any municipality can receive.
Google loans out Street View Trekker to Zionsville Parks & Recreation Google loans out Street View Trekker to Zionsville Parks & Recreation
In an effort to map parts of the world where cars can't go, Google is working with local organizations to gather imagery of parks and trails.
Zionsville Parks & Recreation awarded Indiana Lake and River Enhancement grant for Eagle Creek Zionsville Parks & Recreation awarded Indiana Lake and River Enhancement grant for Eagle Creek
One of only three projects to receive maximum grant award of $100,000
Annual Creekfest cleanup and festival celebrates Eagle Creek Annual Creekfest cleanup and festival celebrates Eagle Creek
The 2nd annual Creekfest on Saturday, Aug. 27 from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. celebrates Eagle Creek through recreation, stewardship and education. The core activity of Creekfest is the annual stream cleanup at 9 a.m. – an opportunity to beautify the community and protect Zionsville waterways. This year’s Creekfest will feature more activities and a larger, more ambitious section of Eagle Creek for the cleanup portion.
Town of Zionsville Submits Grant Applications for Road Projects Town of Zionsville Submits Grant Applications for Road Projects
Mayor Tim Haak and Town of Zionsville Officials on Friday, July 29, 2016 submitted a list of nearly $3.05 million in proposed road projects to the Indiana Department of Transportation in a bid to maximize matching grant potentials through the Community Crossings matching grant program.