Welcome to the Town of Greentown’s Official Website!
We hope you will use this site as a resource for staying informed about town services and projects, and to reach out to town officials and staff. Our goal is to make it easy for you to find the information you need. Please visit regularly for updates on the latest news and activities!
Connect with your Congresswoman
Published: May 24, 2017
Meet with your Congresswoman Susan Brooks
June 5 2017
Water Utility Rate Increase Information
Published: May 24, 2017
May 23, 2017 - Water Utility Rate Increase
Reason for Increase - To pay for the principal and interest on the loan to build the water project.
Reason for the Water Project - To increase the Town's water supply by adding two 350 GPM wells with associated water main, to repair existing water main, and to modernize the water treatment facility.
Cost of the Water Project - $2,800,00.00
Grants Received for Project - OCRA Grant = $550,000.00
SRF Grant = $1,090,000.00
Loan Amount for Project - SRF loan of $1,160,000.00 at 2.25% for 20 years
Amount of Rate Increase - 10%
Increase in Minimum Water Bill - $26.30 to $28.93 ( $2.63 monthly increase for residential customers.)
Increase in Water Average Bill - $41.49 to $45.64 ($4.15 monthly increase for residential customers (4000 gallons.)
Rate Increase Effective Date - New rates will be effective for June water consumption to be billed in July.
Health Dept. to hold public event on opioid abuse, provide Narcan kits
Published: May 22, 2017
The Howard County Health Department will hold a public event this month to cover the danger of opioids, provide information on the substance, highlight the signs and symptoms of an overdose and give training on naloxone, or Narcan, administration.
The public education event will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, May 24, at the main branch of the Kokomo-Howard County Public Library, 220 N. Union St. Naloxone overdose kits will be handed out at the end of the training session.
The event is open to all county residents, and no health background is needed. It is a free event; however, due to a limited number of seats, registration is required.
Water Main Flushing
Published: May 5, 2017
The Greentown Water Department will be flushing water mains June12-30 weather permitting.
The town flushes the mains through the fire hydrants which helps to ensure all valves are working properly. Flushing helps to avoid sediment and deposit buildups in the lines. There is a possibility that some deposits will backwash into the water system during the flushing period. Residents may want to keep bottled water available for drinking and cooking, however, town water is safe to drink and use during this time. Residents may want to check for water discoloration before bathing and doing laundry.
The town apologizes for any inconvenience to their customers.
Published: April 21, 2017
Any customer who will be filling their swimming pool in the month of May will be eligible for a pool credit. Forms are available in the Utility Office or this website on the documents page. Customers that fill pools in the months of June, July, or August will received credit through the summer sprinkling program.