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Gateway Public Master Plan

Posted on Aug 7, 2017 in Community News, Featured News, Redevelopment Commission

Mooresville Gateyway – Public Master Plan 2013

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Bicentennial Park Conceptual Rendering April 2017

Posted on Aug 7, 2017 in Community News, Featured News, Redevelopment Commission

Bicentennial Park Conceptual Rendering_April 2017

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Paving Project 2017-Dates & Streets

Posted on Aug 1, 2017 in Community News, Featured News, Public Works, Streets Department

https://banning.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=29ecbe29130e40b19be08d2fea1d9bb2 Click on the link and it will open a map of Mooresville with a color coded legend attached.  The legend will tell you what street is going to be repaved as well as the date the paving will take place.  If you have any questions you can call our office at 317-831-9547.

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2017 Spring Projects

Posted on Feb 16, 2017 in Community News, Featured News, Public Works, Streets Department

It looks like spring may come early to Mooresville if this winter season continues this weather trend.  In the event this is true that will allow many projects to begin earlier than expected.  The biggest project we have for this year is our paving.  The State of Indiana awarded our town almost $1,000,000. for road resurfacing.  By doing a review of the condition of each street in town individually we have compiled a list of roads and alleys that are in the most need of resurfacing.  The streets listed below are to be milled and resurfaced this spring and summer. Cohen Allen Lehr Hancel Pkwy S. Old 67 Pin Oak Red Oak Way Scarlet Oak Sugar Maple Comer Tulip Poplar Meadow Ct. Spring Mill Dr Johnson Rd Fountain Pineview Winterberry Watercrest Karrington Buckthorn Broad Leaf Silverberry Linda Lane Marcia Drive Village Blvd Tiverton Glastonberry Tavistock Tewksberry Town Center South Roberson Blvd Blackwood Ironwood Redwood Rosewood Sugarberry Kanterberry Kingsway Conduitt Tulip Drive Glendell Ct & Alley Lockerbie & Alley E. Main N. Indiana Carter North of Morgan Terrace & Styline E. Carlisle to Maple Hadlen St. Clair- Part of Bishop N. Crestwood Greenwood North Morningstar North Dr Center Solomon Trinity Canaan Part of Northfield Part of Wagon Trail   E & B paving was awarded this contract however; any questions or concerns should be directed to the Public Works office. If you would like to see an example of the quality of work E & B is capable of, take a drive to Monrovia on State Road 42.  That is an E & B resurfacing project and I found it to be quite impressive. Other projects on our list will include some stormwater work in the Edgewood-Northfield area.  We will be cleaning ditches and installing drainage to control flooding issues that have plagued this area for many years.  Banning Engineering has been hired to survey this area.  They will be easily identified by their trucks and shirts and should have photo ID’s if requested. We will continue to improve many sidewalks around town and bring them up to code with the Americans with Disabilities Act.  We try to focus on the areas that are in the most need of total replacement as a higher priority. We are going in a different direction with our mosquito control program.  In efforts to comply with EPA regulations, we will concentrate on attacking the larva instead of the adult.  We are concentrating our efforts on using a larvacide instead of the traditional aerial spraying.  Keep in mind spraying is only recommended if any known mosquito transmitted virus is detected in the area.  This means we will place small tablets in areas that the larva lives and hatch with intent to destroy the breeding ground.  If there is a discovery of a virus in the area, we will make every effort to control the mosquito population. As always there will be various projects around town with temporary lane closures from time to time.  All efforts will be made to safely control traffic and keep things...

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Snow Removal Notice

Posted on Dec 7, 2016 in Community News, Featured News, Public Works, Streets Department

Winter is quickly approaching and the snow will be falling soon.  The street department will be clearing the streets in a quick and efficient manner and should be finishing the entire town within 24 hours after the snow event has passed out of our area.  If you clean your walk or drive before they are finished you run the risk of the snow from the street being pushed onto your cleared area.  Please wait until the streets are cleaned from curb to curb before you clean the area closest to the road.  We cannot avoid moving the snow onto your property and the streets must be cleared for emergency vehicles to have access thru town as well as residents.  Your cooperation and patience is appreciated and remember that when you clean your drive, please place the snow in your yard and not back into the street.  As always, alleys and cul-de-sacs will be last to be...

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Cemetery

Posted on Apr 26, 2016 in Community News, Featured News, Public Works

There are plenty of burial plots available to purchase at the Mooresville Cemetery.  There will be more to come as soon as we get approval from Indiana Department of Environmental Management.  For more information call 831-9547.

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Street Department Crew

Posted on Apr 26, 2016 in Community News, Featured News, Public Works, Streets Department

As always watch for the yellow shirts.  Give them plenty of time and space.  We will get you down the road as quickly as possible.

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Stormwater

Posted on Apr 26, 2016 in Community News, Featured News, Public Works, Stormwater, Streets Department

We will be starting our storm pipe cleaning in the Spring.  We will attempt to clean most storm lines and catch basins in town by the end of the year.

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Street sweeping

Posted on Apr 26, 2016 in Community News, Featured News, Public Works, Streets Department

Crews are scheduled to begin street sweeping the 1st of May.  Please watch for parking restrictions that will be posted the night before.  Any vehicles left parked on the posted streets will be towed at the owners expense.

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Mooresville Veterans Memorial

Posted on Dec 16, 2013 in Community News, Featured News

Mooresville Veterans Memorial

Mooresville Schools are proud to serve as the home of the Mooresville Veterans Memorial. This Memorial is a beautiful tribute to those who have made the ultimate sacrifice. We hope you will visit the Memorial on the campus of Newby Elementary School (located at the intersection of Monroe St. and Memorial Drive) or join our local VFW Post 1111 and American Legion Post 103 as their 11a.m. ceremonies each year on Memorial Day and Veterans Day. Learn More About the Memorial’s History and View Photos from the Past The Mooresville Veterans Memorial was erected on Veterans Day, 1948, to honor the twenty-nine Mooresville-area veterans who lost their lives during World War I and II. The Memorial replaced an aging community Honor Roll which honored area citizens who had served in the military. The dedication of the memorial was part of a larger project which included the creation of Memorial Field (at that time the MHS football field) and re-naming of the adjacent street to Memorial Drive. As part of a town Memorial Day bicentennial celebration in 1976, the Memorial was re-dedicated to include the names of those who lost their lives in Korea and Vietnam. On its 60th anniversary in 2008, the memorial was expanded to include Mooresville-area soldiers lost in recent years as well as many other upgrades honoring these patriots. The Memorial also honors Sammy Davis, a Mooresville High School graduate and Congressional Medal of Honor recipient in 1967 for his heroism in Vietnam. Davis is also well-known as “The Real Forrest Gump” since his military story was the basis for many of Forrest’s military experiences in the book and the movie. Each year on Memorial Day and Veterans Day at 11:00a.m., the Mooresville American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars posts hold ceremonies at the site, remembering the fallen and honoring those who have served our country with honor. Contributing to the Memorial A special fund has been created at the Community Foundation of Morgan County for the Mooresville Veterans Memorial. Any individual, family or business wishing to donate to the fund can do so by writing a check to the Community Foundation of Morgan County with a notation of “Mooresville Veterans Memorial.” Major donors are also being sought for the project. Sponsorship levels include Platinum ($25,000), Gold ($10,000), Silver ($5,000), Bronze ($2,500) and Friends ($1,000). Major donors will be recognized with plaques near the Memorial as well as during the re-dedication ceremonies. Families who wish to purchase bricks to honor loved ones who have served may do so as well. Additional information for sponsorships and brick orders is available through the Community Foundation of Morgan County at 250 N. Monroe St., Mooresville, telephone 317-831-1232 or (877) 822-6958. Please visit the Community Foundation of Morgan County’s website for more details and information on Walk of Freedom bricks....

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