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Town of Ferdinand, Indiana

Utility Emergency

If you have a utility emergency, please call 812-367-2281 and your call will be directed to the utility employee handing on-call emergencies. 

The Annual Water Quality Report for 2022 is now available. 

Latest News and Announcements

Title VI Notice:

For those persons interested in attending public meetings, The Town of Ferdinand shall utilize a voluntary Title VI public involvement survey that will be available at all public hearings and meetings. The survey will allow respondents to remain anonymous. The survey will ask questions regarding the respondent’s gender, ethnicity, race, age, income and if they are disabled. The facilitator of the public hearings and meetings will make an announcement at the beginning of the meeting informing attendees of the survey and its purpose and a request will be made for the attendees to complete the voluntary survey.  Completed surveys will be retained by the Title VI Coordinator for three (3) years.

Utility Assistance

IHCDA has opened applications for Indiana's Energy & Water Assistance Programs. 

Click here to fill out the application for assistance with your utilities.

To learn more about qualifying for assistance, click here.

The Ferdinand Town Council will meet on Tuesday,
October 17, 2023 starting at 6:30PM at Town Hall. 

Notice to Taxpayers of Proposed Additional Appropriation

Click here to view proposed Ordinance 2023-13. This ordinance will be discussed at the Council Meeting on September 21, 2023 at 7:15PM.

The BZA Meeting is cancelled for Wednesday, September 27, 2023. Click here to view the media release. 

The Park Board will meet on Wednesday, October 11, 2023 at 4:30PM at Town Hall. 

The Planning Commission will meet on Wednesday, September 27th at 7:00PM at Town Hall. 

Total Eclipse in The Park will take place on Monday, April 8, 2024 from 7:00AM - 7:00PM. Click here to view the press release.

The Economic Development Commission will meet on Monday, October 23, 2023 at 6:00 PM at Town Hall. 

Continue reading to view the ADA Notice.

Sister Mary George Week

We declare and proclaim the Week of September 18, 2023 as Sister Mary George Week in celebration of her 100th birthday. 

A Message from Chief Blessinger

Dear Ferdinand Residents,

 

We need your help! 

 

The Ferdinand Police Department was recently made aware of several instances of vandalism at the 5th Steet and 18th Street Parks.  Although we have had  increased patrols and continue to do so, I would like to ask the patrons of the parks to keep an eye out.  

Please call 911 and report any odd or suspicious activity you notice while enjoying our parks.  You can also email me directly at: kblessinger@ferdinandindiana.org

This vandalism causes a great amount of work for Town Employees and subjects them to unnecessary risk.

This week school lets out.  Historically, there has always been an increase of these types of cases during this time and through the summer.  Please remind your children that this behavior is unacceptable and will not be tolerated as sometimes they do not understand their actions and their impact.

 

Stay Safe Ranger Nation,

 

Kerri Blessinger, Chief of Police

Fall 2023 Clean Up Days

October 10th & 11th

Click here for eligible items 

Low Income Energy Assistance Program 

LIHEAP is offering a one-time benefit to provide financial assistance to families with disconnected utilities or for those who are at high risk of being disconnected. Hoosiers can apply through May 16th by clicking here. For a list of eligibility requirements click here

Flags are available at the Town Hall for purchase.

American Flags:

3x5 - $20

4x6 - $30

Ferdinand Flags:

3x5 - $30

4x6 - $40

Please do not blow grass clippings into the street. It is a danger to others especially motorcyclists.

Please take a moment to assist the County in identifying potential sanitary sewer infrastructure improvements throughout the County. Your responses will be used to help identify service areas, assess sanitary sewer service demand and prioritize future infrastructure improvements. We appreciate your help. The survey link below should only take a few minutes of your time. Thank you.

https://forms.gle/PbmdiSMeG7UKYuFr6

National Suicide Awareness Month

September is National Suicide Awareness Month. Please take some time to click each link below and learn more about suicide awareness and places where help is available. 

Upcoming Meetings and Events

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