The Town of Zionsville announced it would close its Town Hall beginning Nov. 9 due to a sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Indiana.
The state reported record-high numbers of daily cases, weekly cases and hospitalizations this week. On Nov. 4, The Indiana Dept. of Health today announced 4,462 additional Hoosiers were diagnosed with COVID-19, a new single-day record. In total, 196,176 Indiana residents are now known to have had the new coronavirus, according to the ISDH. A total of 4,269 Hoosiers are confirmed to have died from COVID-19.
Many town services can be accessed online, by phone or by email including permitting, scheduling inspections and paying bills. Forms and payments can be completed online or via the parking lot’s dropbox.
For information, or to reach staff or departments by phone Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., call the following numbers.
- 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
General public access into Town Hall will be by appointment only. Visitors with appointments will be required to complete a health screening process. To schedule an appointment, contact a staff or department member.
Board, commission and council meetings are taking place via Zoom with some taking place in a hybrid format (members appearing on Zoom and in-person while following safety guidelines). Meetings are available for viewing via the town’s YouTube channel.
For Rail Trail users, portable toilets will be added to the Town Hall parking lot.
Updates will be shared on the the town’s website, zionsville-in.gov.