1. 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. Read on...
  2. 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. Read on...
  3. 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. Read on...
  4. Candidate Election Signs Regulations

    An overview of the Town of Zionsville requirements as set forth by the Zoning Ordinance of the Town as they pertain to Temporary Signage being utilized for elections. Read on...
  1. Thu Sep. 20

    Boone County Job Fair Nearly 5,000 jobs available, free and open to all. Visit the Help Desk for resume and interview tips. No registration is required. Please come prepared with resumes and dress professionally.
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  2. Fri Sep. 21

    Animal Adventures: Fish Meet at the Library for story time fun. Afterwards, we will walk to the Zion Nature Center to explore and get a little wet learning about fish. Ages: 3 – 6 years with adult
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  3. Fri Sep. 21

    Movie Nights at Maplelawn Farmstead Maplelawn Farmstead will be showing movies. Bring your lawnchair or blankets to enjoy an evening under the stars viewing a movie on the barn. "Wizard of Oz" will play on September 14 and and "Casablanca" will play on September 21. Admission is $1.00 and the gates open at 7 p.m. and the movie is shown at dusk. The rain dates are September 15 and 22. Pizza, drinks and refreshments will be for sale. All proceeds go toward the preservation of this historic site.
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  4. Sat Sep. 22

    Zionsville Farmers Market 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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