COVID-19 Update

This page is updated when new information becomes available.

COVID-19 Protocol 

As it relates to the current public health situation, the Town of Zionsville continues to follow the Boone County Health Department’s (BCHD) recommendations and is aligned with the BCHD’s guidance. At Zionsville Town Hall and public buildings, we continue to follow COVID-19 safeguards while managing a COVID-19 response plan for Town facilities.

We're Here for You

Town Hall renovation work is scheduled to begin on Monday, April 5. During this time, Town Hall remains closed to foot traffic but open by appointment only. To schedule an appointment, please call the Town of Zionsville at 317-873-5410. Construction is anticipated to last until early June. Schedule updates will be shared as available. 

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 dropbox. 

Meeting Rooms

Meeting rooms are currently closed to the public. For more information on future access to meeting rooms, click here.

Board/Commission/Council Meetings

More space less face: Public health protocol for all Council, Board and Commission meetings

Many of our public meetings are taking place in a hybrid format, both virtually via Zoom and in-person in the Town Hall Council Chambers room with a 25-limit capacity (plus two additional seats reserved for media). These meetings require masks, social distancing and a health screening that includes a temperature check. If room capacity is met, attendees will not be admitted; instead, attendees will be given the link to join virtually. 

These COVID-19 safety protocols remain in place:

  1. Masks, social distancing and a health screening are required for members and attendees.
  2. The capacity for public meetings is set at 25 people (plus two additional seats reserved for media).
  3. Once capacity is met, access into Town Hall is by appointment only. Because of COVID-19 safety protocol, there is no ability to congregate inside Town Hall.
  4. If capacity is met, attendees will be given a meeting agenda with the link to join via Zoom.
  5. For the Town Council morning meetings at 7:30 a.m., doors open at 7 a.m. For the Town Council evening meetings at 7 p.m., doors open at 6:30 p.m.
  6. Due to limited room capacity, we encourage the public to participate in public meetings virtually via YouTube or by joining via the Zoom meeting link. For Town Council meetings, the public can also participate via Facebook Live.

Thank you for your participation in public meetings.

If you would like to speak during an electronic meeting when allowable, please use the “raise hand” icon in Zoom during the appropriate portion of the meeting. If you would like to submit comments prior to a meeting or if you would like more information, please see contacts below. 

Town Council 

Contact: Amy Lacy, Municipal Relations Coordinator at 

Board of Zoning Appeals or Plan Commission 

Contact: Janice Stevanovic, Planning Manager at  

Redevelopment Commission (RDC), Community Development Corporation (CDC) or Zionsville Architectural Review Committee (ZARC) 

Contact: Owen Young, Economic Development Manager at 

Board of Police Commissioners 

Contact: Michele Peebles, Executive Administrative Assistant at 

Parks Board 

Contact: Bonnie Black, Administrative Assistant at 

For any other committees not listed, please contact: Amy Lacy, Municipal Relations Coordinator at

Mental Health Resources

The Zionsville Police Department REACH Unit focuses on public safety, mental health and personal and community wellness to reduce the risk of injury for first responders and individuals in crisis, reduce and prevent crime, maximize self-sufficiency and improve quality of life.




Small Businesses

Small businesses having trouble finding the personal protective equipment (PPE) needed to get back up and running can start getting help from the state through the Indiana Small Business PPE Marketplace.


Community Resources

The Boone County Food Resource Guide provides an overview of food resources available within the County. Some of these resources are highlighted below.

  • Zionsville Meals on Wheels: Provides nutritious home-delivered meals at nominal cost to persons who are unable to prepare adequate food for themselves due to illness, disability or age.
  • Zionsville Community Schools Food Assistance: Provides food assistance for those parents/guardians who have reached out on behalf of their child(ren). The plan is to continue through the end of the ZCS school year.
  • Boys and Girls Club of Boone County Emergency Food Program: Serves meals from the Lebanon Unit, 403 W. Main St. Meals will be available Monday - Friday from 4 - 6 p.m. through May 29. They have partnered with Love Inc. to offer take-home meals on Fridays and host virtual programs to provide connection to youth members.
  • Zionsville Food Pantry: Distributes food to those in need every Thursday from 5 to 6 p.m. and every Friday from noon to 2 p.m.
  • Love Inc.: They are a drop-off site for diapers and partner with local agencies to distribute food. Their Lebanon Nazarene food pantry is open Saturdays and the second and fourth Tuesday evenings of each month.
  • Shalom House: Serves warm meals on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Continues to distribute Shalom Kids’ Sack Lunches when school is not in session.
  • ARC of Greater Boone County: Offers free grocery pick-up and delivery. They have redeployed staff to assist clients who need support at home.
  • The Caring Center: Provides boxed meals to 30 families a day and work with local organizations for food pantry distribution.
  • Boone County Cancer Society: Offers services to client including grocery pick-up and delivery.
  • Boone County Senior, Services, Inc.: Offers public transportation and in-home services. They will pick up and deliver groceries and medications for people using BCSSI and check in with their clients.