Town Council

Mooresville Town Council

Welcome to the Mooresville Town Council page.

Town Council Meetings

      Please note the change of Tuesday meetings to first and third Tuesdays.

  • Town Council - Beginning April 3, 2018 the meetings will change to the first and third Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m.

Note:  Any other specially called meetings will be posted at least 48 hours before the meeting.

Note:  All meetings are held in the meeting room at the Government Center, located at 4 E. Harrison St. unless otherwise noted.

Contact Information

Mooresville Town Council

4 E. Harrison St.

Mooresville, IN 46158

 

Tom Warthen
President
317.691.6607
David Rogers
Vice President
317.730.5785
Mark Mathis
Member
317.626.0043
Joe Beikman
Member
317.831.5701
Dustin Stanley
Member
317.696.2222
 

Right of way requests for the Town of Mooresville

Posted on Mar 20, 2018 in Building Department, Community News, Featured News, Public Works, Streets Department, Uncategorized

If you live along the creek that runs through town known as Goose Creek, we are asking for you help. Assistance request letters

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Personalized Bricks from downtown

Posted on Feb 15, 2018 in Community News, Featured News, Public Works

Anyone that had purchased a brick that was formerly placed downtown and would like to have the brick may call the Public Works Department at 317-831-9547.

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Redevelopment Commission Issues Request for Qualifications Commercial Real Estate Brokerage Services

Posted on Jan 12, 2018 in Community News, Featured News, Redevelopment Commission

Mooresville Redevelopment Commission Issues Request for qualifications commercial real estate brokerage services

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Updated Ward Map – November 2017

Posted on Nov 9, 2017 in Community News, Featured News, Public Works

Click on the map to enlarge. You can also zoom in on the larger map. Joe Beikman David Rogers Mark Mathis Tom Warthen Dustin...

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Bicentennial Park Capacity Projections

Posted on Nov 6, 2017 in Community News, Featured News, Redevelopment Commission

Bicentennial Park_Capacity Projections

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