1. 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. Read on...
  2. 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. Read on...
  3. Poetry contest winners announced

    For a second year, poems to be stamped onto Zionsville sidewalk. Read on...
  4. 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. Read on...
  1. Sun Apr. 22

    Earth Day Craft Out exploring in the parks, looking for something to do over the weekend, or need to take a break from helping with our Pull for Parks? Stop in at the Zion Nature Center to create a recycled craft. We’re celebrating Earth Day!
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  2. Sun Apr. 22

    Pull for Parks April is Pull for Parks Month! Last year, volunteers removed 219 trash bags of garlic mustard from Zionsville Parks. All volunteers are asked to dress for the weather as the pull will still be scheduled if light rain (we will cancel in the event of thunderstorms during the posted time). Wear long pants, long sleeves and comfortable shoes that can get muddy and likely wet as we will be off-trail. Finally, we recommend you bring a pair of garden gloves, which will help minimize the garlic/onio...
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  3. Sun Apr. 22

    Z'GreenFest Annual Earth Day and Arbor Day Celebration in Zionsville featuring educational displays, doors prizes and giveaways, live animal exhibitions and kids activities.
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  4. Mon Apr. 23

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