Due to the ongoing pandemic, most city buildings will continue to be closed to the public through March 31. We will revisit this decision based on what happens over the next month as we review the level of community spread throughout the county and the pace of local vaccinations.

City business will continue to be transacted; employees will continue to work and answer phones and emails and will meet with members of the public by appointment only. Please call or email the specific department if you need to meet with a staff member.

We will continue virtual meetings through March; the meetings will be live-streamed and available via Granicus and WebEx. If Governor Holcomb’s Emergency Order is not extended through March, allowing this, we will go back to in-person meetings and will let the public know of the changes.

This move is to protect employees’ health and safety and members of the public. The following details how each building will be affected:

  1. City Hall and Police Office Building closed – appointment only;
  2. Animal Care Building closed – appointment only;
  3. Donner Center Building closed – appointment only;
  4. Utilities Building closed – appointment only; Drive-through open;
  5. Fire Stations – closed to the public;
  6. Hamilton Center – open for use;
  7. Gymnastics Center at FFY – open for use;
  8. DPW Building – closed to the public;
  9. Transit – buses will continue to run as normal;
  10. Parks Open
  11. Aviation offices closed – appointment only;

Mayor Lienhoop urges members of the public to continue to take the virus seriously and follow the guidelines laid out by the CDC and the State of Indiana. Masks, social distancing, good hygiene, and avoiding crowds and groups are key to protecting the community’s health and economy.