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Posted on: June 4, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Town of Zionsville announces new position of Municipal Relations Coordinator


Mayor Emily Styron announces a new Municipal Relations Coordinator position within the Town of Zionsville. Amy Lacy, formerly the Director of Finance and Records, will be filling this position beginning June 4.

In this position, Lacy will serve as the liaison between the Town and various boards, commissions and councils. Lacy will also provide direct support to Town Council, coordinate information from Town departments to HOAs and organizations and direct constituents to the appropriate point of contact within Town offices.


Part of Mayor Emily Styron’s 2020 vision has been to increase engagement and transparency and build positive relationships between constituents and the Town of Zionsville. This new role, along with other measures, is helping do this.

Mayor Emily Styron has taken other actions to increase engagement and transparency.

  • Since April, Mayor Emily Styron and Town Council President Josh Garrett have been hosting interactive bi-weekly Live Sessions on the Town of Zionsville YouTube page to communicate timely updates to residents and businesses.
  • Over the past few months, board, commission and council meetings have been moved to Zoom per Gov. Holcomb’s orders. These meetings are also viewable as a recording on the Town of Zionsville YouTube page. 
  • New signs indicating future proposed development projects were put in place in May. These signs offer the opportunity for citizens to receive advance notice of a commercial or residential development proposal that has been filed.

“More transparency is something I heard on the campaign trail and I started implementing actions since day one,” said Mayor Emily Styron. “Above and beyond sharing timely information, we are implementing measures to engage constituents from a Town level as well as a board, commission and council level.”

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