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You can pay your bill online via our website, by phone at (833) 303-3764, by mail or drop your payment in the green Town of Zionsville mailbox located on the east side of parking lot. For questions, call (317) 873-2469.
You can pick up an application from the box located on the side of the green Town of Zionsville mailbox or print an application from our website (see “Town Services”). Completed Public Assistance Applications should be dropped in the green Town of Zionsville mailbox or emailed to Doris Preyer at email@example.com. We will check this mailbox regularly. For questions, call (317) 873-2469.
You can pay your ticket by mail or online here.
Please send an email to both firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
Please contact Trish Whitesides by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Flock Safety license plate readers capture the rear of the vehicle and do not measure speed.
Data is stored for 30 days and there is no retention past that.
Cameras are only accessible by law enforcement (not HOAs, businesses or Flock Safety employees). HOA cameras are private, and the HOA camera administrator has access to their camera(s) only.
Law enforcement can access data when they have “reasonable suspicion.” There are strict guidelines on how and why officers can access data. Flock Safety will proactively scan the data for stolen vehicle searches and alert law enforcement if a positive ID is made.
Flock Safety will alert police through a “Hot List” if a stolen vehicle, missing persons vehicle or any vehicle that was used in a crime is detected on the camera. By alerting officers of stolen vehicles and wanted persons, officers may be able to prevent a stop crime before it occurs.
Yes, electronics are accepted.
Yes, but they must be placed in a mattress bag (due to COVID-19).
No, cans of paint can be disposed of during Hazardous Waste Drop Off events hosted by Boone County Solid Waste Management District (this takes place at the Municipal Building parking lot every August). More information can be found online.
There is no established maximum for tires, but we ask that residents not abuse this component. We only accept a reasonable amount that one would have in their home garage. For an excess of tires, please contact a tire shop or visit the IDEM website.
Homeowners are generally allowed and encouraged to plant street trees, which are trees planted in the strip between sidewalk and curb. However, such plantings must be in compliance with Zionsville town regulations. These are available here.
The Zionsville Parks & Recreation Department offers a list of recommended trees for Zionsville. Please note that Zionsville requires a permit for planting street trees, but it is a simple matter to obtain this permit. You should know what you are planning to plant, have your utilities marked (call 8-1-1 for this free service), choose the locations for your trees and then apply for the permit. The Town will need to confirm that your planting location is not too close to utility or drainage lines. Please note that the utility marking service will not detect your sprinkler system. Any sprinkler lines that will be affected by tree planting are the homeowner’s responsibility. After the trees have been planted, they are technically the property of the town, since Zionsville owns the curb strip land. This means that if a tree dies after the warranty has expired, you can request that the town replace it. However, this will undoubtedly be a low priority for the town, and it may take them years to get to it.
Ray's Trash calendar, along with other Town calendars, can be found by clicking here.
Please call the Street & Stormwater Department main line at 317-873-4544 and notify them of the specific address or location. Sidewalks located in the public right-of-way are chosen for repair or replacement based on their priority listing and condition rating and will be repaired on an on-going basis as budgeted by the Street & Stormwater Department.
The Town does not clear snow from pathways or sidewalks as this responsibility legally falls to the abutting property owners. By Title V, Chapter 53, §53.16 of the Town code, abutting property owners are required to remove snow, ice and debris from any sidewalk or pathway that passes along their property (front/side/rear) to a minimum width of four feet by noon of the second day after a snowfall. This minimum width was included so those living along wider pathways are not burdened more than those living along a narrower sidewalk. The Town is simply not staffed or equipped to routinely clear snow from all the pathways and sidewalks.
Zionsville Parks & Recreation Department does not clear trails unless there is accumulation of three inches of snow or more. The department does not work overtime, with the exception of Level 1 priorities:
The department does not salt trails due to the effects on the environment (salt affects water quality when it washes into lakes and streams and seeps into groundwater) and fiscal impact.
The Crime Prevention (Public Information) Officer’s role is to provide you with the information and tools that your neighborhood needs to successfully implement and maintain a strong Neighborhood Watch program. You can expect the Crime Prevention Officer to help you in the early stages of your watch development by educating you about Neighborhood Watch, providing pamphlets and other materials that you can share with Watch members, and attending your initial meetings.
The Crime Prevention Officer is responsible for training Neighborhood Watch members to recognize and report suspicious activity and to actively prevent crime through proper home security measures. Additionally, the Crime Prevention Officer can assist you with resolving crime or quality of life problems in your neighborhood through the combined assistance of the Zionsville Police Department and its Officers. Well-organized neighborhoods make for a better community and we are committed to helping you and your neighbors organize an active and effective Neighborhood Watch.
Find more information about this program here.
When you see flashing red and blue lights and or hear the siren, slow down and pull to the right side of the roadway. If at all possible pull off of the roadway in a safe location; do not stop in the roadway. Remain in your vehicle. Do not exit unless asked to do so by the officer. This is out of concern for your safety as well as the officer’s. Keep your hands where the officer can see them.
Not necessarily, there are people that live in Boone, Hamilton and Marion counties with Zionsville addresses. The Zionsville Police Department is your service provider if you live inside the “Urban” area of the Town of Zionsville. Please see the Patrol Division page for the areas covered by the Zionsville Police. View a map of the
As the ends of cul-de-sacs or “bulbs” are very low speed and very low volume, the target condition for snow removal is to be “passable” and not snow-free. It has been the long-standing policy of the DPW to only plow these bulbs when they accumulate more than 3”, which is a standard benchmark in the field of municipal snow plowing. With approximately 200 of these across town and within Zionsville’s jurisdiction, it takes a minimum of 60 man-hours to clear them all, which is almost as much time as it takes to fully plow the 112 miles of Zionsville’s roadway responsibilities. The clearing of cul-de-sac bulbs can be destructive on both equipment and property. Trucks clearing cul-de-sac bulbs must constantly shift from forward to reverse and back repeatedly, which is very hard on transmissions and shortens the life of the equipment. Since the snow is cleared in a circular, or radiant manner by pushing snow from the center of the bulb to and around the edges, it often results in damage to yards when the plows ride up and over the curbs and dig into the turf or landscaping, which must then be repaired in the spring. For this reason, there are as many residents who ask the Town of Zionsville NOT to clear their bulbs as there are those who request it. In many cases, when homes are densely placed around a bulb, there is no room to place snow in a location that doesn’t block mailboxes or driveways. In these situations, snow must be pulled to the center of the bulb into a mound, and often must be hauled away if significant additional snow is in the forecast. This task can add up to 30 more man-hours to load and haul snow to a disposal site. For the above reasons, the Town will take universal and equitable actions only to keep cul-de-sac bulbs passable, and not snow-free. Whenever the school or post office makes us aware of any difficulties they encounter due to winter weather, DPW will take the necessary actions to correct the condition and ensure passable conditions.
Keeping the streets free of parked cars is extremely beneficial. Additionally, do not throw snow cleared from sidewalks and driveways into the street. This is too concentrated for the salt to work effectively and these areas will tend to refreeze quickly creating icy spots on the roads. Also, whenever practical locate trash cans a few extra feet from the street to avoid disturbance caused by snow being cast from the plows.
Please contact the Zionsville Street Department with any specific questions. Public safety is our primary goal, and we ask that during the snowy winter season, everyone understand that there are certain inherent problems associated with snow removal beyond the plain nuisance of it all.
You must appear in Court on the date and time indicated at the bottom of the ticket. If you plead "Not Guilty" at that time a trial date will be set for you at a later date, usually the following month. Trials are held one evening per month at 6 p.m. The officer is required to appear for the trial date.
Continuances must be arranged and approved by the Court at least 5 days before your scheduled Court date. Defendants must contact the Court in writing or by mail. You are allowed one continuance.
If you have had no moving violations anywhere within the last 2 years and no major violations (i.e.: OWI, Driving While Suspended) or suspensions with the last 5, you probably qualify for the program. You do not need to contact the court for an application. Your ticket will automatically be processed and reviewed by the Prosecutor’s office to determine if you qualify.
If you do, information and paperwork will be sent to you. If you think you are interested and you think you qualify, you do not need to do anything. Simply wait to pay your ticket until you receive the information by mail and follow instructions at that time.
Please note: the deferral program is not free or nor does it lower cost. The fee for a Local Ordinance Violation or State Infraction Deferral is $252.50. For State Infractions contact the Boone County Prosecutor’s Office. For more information, click here.