1. ZPD K9 officially begins retirement

    Zionsville Police Department K9 Eso officially began retirement yesterday amid increasing health concerns. Read on...
  2. 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. Read on...
  3. 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. Read on...
  4. 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. Read on...
  1. Wed Jun. 28

    Lincoln Park Concert Series On Wednesday nights in June and July, Lincoln Park comes alive with eclectic music and entertainment—a summertime treat for local residents.
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  2. Sat Jul. 1

    Zionsville Farmers Market The Zionsville Farmers Market is located at the corner of Main Street and Hawthorne in Zionsville. We are open 8 a.m. - 11 a.m. every Saturday morning after Mother's Day through September. Located in the heart of the Historic Village, the Zionsville Farmers' Market is proud to bring you the best locally grown fruits and vegetables provided by Indiana farmers. The market offers a colorful variety of breads, pastries and cheeses from local food artisans and farm fresh meats and eggs.
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  3. Sat Jul. 1

    Zionsville Walking Tour Join SullivanMunce for a fun and engaging walking tour of the charming village of Zionsville. Be a history detective and learn about some of the colorful early businesses, residents and events of our historic town. Tours will start from SullivanMunce Cultural Center the first Saturday of each month, May through October at 11 a.m. Registration required. First come, first served basis. Groups will be limited to 20 persons.
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  4. Mon Jul. 3

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