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Town Hall Has A New Location!

We have moved. Please visit us at 540 Tracy Road, Suite A, New Whiteland, Indiana 46148

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Town Council Events

Get the latest information on New Whiteland Town Council meetings, Planning Committee meetings and more.

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Featured Events

There are always exciting things happening in New Whiteland.

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Pay Your Utility Bills Online

Paying your bills is fast and easy when you use our online utility bill pay system.

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Honoring Our Heroes

We have been given an opportunity to celebrate the lives those who unselfishly protect and serve through the Pathway of Honor and Walk of Freedom paths at Proctor Park. Engraved brick pavers for these walkways can be ordered online or by completing an order form. Additionally, please fill out a Veteran Hero Fact Sheet.

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Invoice Cloud Online Payment Info

New Whiteland residents now have the option to pay their Utility Bills online with a credit card or electronic check. You may also file an online request to have your bills sent to you electronically.

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Mosquito concerns - Zika Virus

We are currently researching the Zika Virus outbreak and ways to address future mosquito problems in New Whiteland. We will be putting out some tips for policing your property to identify and remove any potential breeding grounds for mosquitos. The most common symptoms of the Zika virus are a mild fever, skin rashes, muscle and joint pain and conjunctivitis. These symptoms normally last for 2 - 7 days. Seek medical care if conditions worsen.

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Trash & Recycling Changes

Republic Services will be our new contractor for trash and recycling services beginning 1/1/2016. Beginning in January Heavy Trash and Recycling will both be picked up the 1st pickup of each month. Republic's phone number is 317-917-7300.

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We are committed to fostering community pride, building relationships through neighbors helping neighbors and providing a safe place for children to play and grandparents to enjoy their retirement.