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The purpose of an address advisory it to provide Dispatchers and Responders with information that will help us more effectively assist YOU, the caller.

Any information provided will be entered into our Computer Aided Dispatch System, allowing Dispatchers to instantly know any special information that would assist responders if ever called to your residence. The information you provide will be kept confidential on a secure computer system, only accessible by emergency personnel.

Examples of what information could assist responders:

  • Any medical conditions or disabilities you or a family member has.
  • Any aggressive pets that may pose a problem for responders getting to you in an emergency.
  • Service dogs or equipment.
  • Name and phone number of a neighbor or family member that has a key to your residence.
  • Location of bedrooms within the residence for quick access by Firefighters in a fire.
  • Any special instructions on how to find the residence, back a long lane, ect.

Information will only be considered accurate for one (1) year from the date of submission. Please resubmit after the year is up, or if any information changes.

To complete the Address Advisory Form click here.

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CodeRED is an emergency notification service that allows emergency officials to notify residents and businesses by telephone, cell phone, text message, email, and social media regarding time-sensitive general and emergency notifications.

To sign up for CodeRED alerts click here.

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9-1-1 is for police, fire, or medical emergencies, when immediate action is required, someone's health, safety, or property is endangered, or a crime is in progress.

If you are not sure what you are reporting is an emergency, dial 9-1-1. Dispatchers will help determine if immediate action is required or if you should hang-up and dial the non-emergency line.

When it is appropriate to call 9-1-1:

  • Did you witness a crime?
  • Are you a victim of a crime?
  • Do you see a fire?
  • Are you or someone you know having a medical situation?
  • Do you smell a gas odor or hear a leak?
  • To report severe weather (tornado, funnel clouds)
  • To report damage from severe weather

DO NOT call 911 for non-emergencies such as lost pets or nuisance issues. Calling 9-1-1 for a non-emergency situation ties up important lifelines meant for people or property in immediate danger. Calling 9-1-1 for a non-emergency matter will not result in a faster response. Dispatchers cannot transfer you to a non-emergency line. You will be asked to hang-up and dial the ten-digit non-emergency line directly.

Cell Phones and 9-1-1
Cell phones provide a unique challenge for dispatchers today, as it accelerates the number of calls received on any given incident. Cell phones provide the dispatcher with limited information as to the callers location and at times calls are misrouted to a neighboring community. Here are some tips to remember when traveling or commuting:

  • Observe what road you are traveling on
  • Know the route of travel planned
  • Look for landmarks
  • Watch the road signs including mile markers, road names, and upcoming towns

Huntington County Public Safety Dispatch accepts TEXT messages from wireless customers, who may not be able to speak for various reasons.

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When to text to 9-1-1:

Callers who can, should always make a voice call to 9-1-1. If you cannot make a voice call due to being impaired or in danger please send a text. Sending a text to 9-1-1 is not as fast as making a voice call. The dispatcher may ask you to make a voice call, even if it is a silent call, to obtain your location if you cannot provide it.

How to text to 9-1-1:

Using the messaging icon on your phone:

  • Select 'create a new message"
  • Put 911 in the to: field
  • Put your location and emergency into the message
  • Press send
  • Continue your dialog with the dispatcher, and follow their instructions

DO NOT:

  • Use a text app that can be downloaded
  • Attach or send pictures or videos to the message
  • Use abbreviations and text jargon

What else do you need to know?

  • Your phone must be able to send a text message.
  • Text to 9-1-1 allows limited location information. When providing your location, please be as concise and descriptive as you can.
  • When providing an address be sure to include the city or town to limit confusion, as multiple jurisdictions use the same street names.
  • If text to 9-1-1 does not go through or if it is not available you will receive a 'bounce-back' message telling you to make a voice call to 9-1-1.

To learn more about TEXT to 9-1-1 click here.

If your ticket looks like this, click here to pay. If your ticket looks like this, click here to pay.
Hand-written ticket e-ticket

To pay parking tickets by telephone phone please call 1-855-288-1564.                                             

 

To pay parking tickets by mail, send to:

City Clerk-Treasurer's Office

300 Cherry Street

Huntington, IN  46750

 

Additional questions please contact:

(260)356-1400 Ext. 2019                                                                                                             

https://www.tocite.net/huntingtonpd/searchticket/index/parkingtickets

Pay Parking Ticket Online

Outdoor stage @ Hier's Park
Outdoor Stage
Rental $20 per day + tax
Hier's Park
547 S. Briant St.

PAVILION RENTALS
Large Pavilions $80 per day + tax
Small Pavilions $40 per day + tax
  • Memorial
  • Elmwood
 
  • Memorial
  • Drover (1/2 of the pavilion only)
    • Splash Pad open Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day weekend.
  • Evergreen
  • Yeoman
  • General Slack
  • Elmwood
  • Laurie

PARK WEDDINGS
 
Sunken Gardens $400 + tax $70 Deposit
 
Waltonian Gardens
(located in North End of Memorial Park)
$400 + tax $70 Deposit

The deposit and rental agreements are required at time of booking!

Rental Agreements can be found in the Helpful Pages below.

Please call (260)358-2323x2502 to rent a pavilion or the gardens using a credit card. If you would like to pay the rental fee or deposit using cash or check, please visit our office at 634 Webster Street.

 

Mayor's Advisory Council on Community Accessibility

In the summer of 2012 the City of Huntington worked with a consultant on Accessibility and the Americans with Disabilities Act and did an evaluation of the level of accessibility in city owned buildings. The information gained from this process was enlightening and provided important targets for improving public accessibility. The Fetters administration is committed to being proactive in finding workable solutions to make city owned facilities accessible to people with varying levels of ability.  As part of this process, Mayor Fetters has formed a Mayor's Advisory Council on Community Accessibility. He will be working with this advisory council to help increase public awareness with the goal of making the City of Huntington more accessible for all of our residents and visitors.

 

Information on the activities of the Task Force will be available at this location as the work progresses.  Citizens with concerns to voice, or questions for the Mayor's Advisory Council on Community Accessibility may email: macca@huntington.in.us

 

Address Advisory Form-

Residents may  access a form to supply special information into the Computer Aided System, allowing emergency dispatchers to instantly know any special information that would assist responders if ever called to your residence. To  access the form please click on the link below.

 

http://www.huntington.in.us/egov/apps/action/center.egov?view=form&id=1

 

    All city streets are plowed before any alleys. Citizens are asked to please remove vehicles from street to allow for curb to curb plowing. Salt/abrasive mixture is applied to intersections and high traffic areas. Residents are required to remove snow and ice from sidewalks within 24 hours of each weather occurrence(it is recommended to allow the snow plow to pass before clearing your sidewalk).

Traffic controls personnel take care of:
  • traffic signals
  • street signs
  • road closures
  • curb and street markings
 
Street light questions need to be directed to Duke Energy @ 1-800-343-3525.
 

Leaf pick-up for the City of Huntington will begin Early Fall (WEATHER PERMITTING).

*Updates will be posted on the City of Huntington Facebook page on a regular basis, or by calling  City Services at 356-4720.

For example: If your garbage gets picked up each Monday (Zone 1), we will be starting in your area that first week and will continue  this procedure for Zones 2 thru 5 .

**Leaf collection can occur on any day of the designated collection week. It is IMPORTANT for residents to have leaves ready for pick-up by 7 a.m. the first Monday of their designated pick-up week.

To schedule a pick-up of leaves placed in brown bags, residents can call 356-4720, and those bags will be picked up every Friday.

There will be NO leaf collection on the following holidays:

Thanksgiving: Thursday, November 24th. Friday, November 25th.

Christmas: Friday, December 23rd. Monday, December 26th.

 

Preparing Leaves for Pick-up:

  • Leaves will only be collected if they are raked to the curb in front of the residence OR placed in brown bags and placed at the curb for collection.
  • Other yard waste SHOULD NOT be mixed with the leaves
  • Cars should not be parked in front of leaves. If there is a vehicle blocking the leaves we WILL NOT be able to pick them up.

Safety and Maintenance:

  • Parents should remind children NOT to play in leaf piles near the street!
  • Residents should make sure that leaves are not near a storm drain
  • Residents should ensure that storm drains are clear of debris
 
City of Huntington Automated Trash Program
  • Place container in front of residence. (no alley pick up)
  • Container must be out by 7:00am and pulled back to residence by 7:00pm.
  • ALL TRASH MUST BE BAGGED. No loose trash in container.
  • Wheels must face house.
  • Lids must be completely closed.
  • Only City issued containers are allowed.
  • Do not place oil, paint, solvents, construction material (dry wall, shingles, lathe and plaster), tires, batteries, propane tanks, TV's, computer monitors, heavy metal parts, dirt, rock or concrete, in container.
  • Effective Monday Jan. 16, 2012. All trash must be placed inside city issued containers.
  • If you would like to purchase additional containers for $71.00, please pay at City Services or the City Clerks office, then come to the Street Department for your container.
  • In accordance with City Code Sections 95.02(E) and 95.02(B)(2), City residents shall pay a $5.00 fee at City Services (634 Webster St.) or the City Clerk-Treasurer's Office (Second Floor, City Building, 300 Cherry Street, Huntington) for each large item to be removed.  Examples of large items include;  mattresses, box springs, hot tubs, hot water heaters, sofas, recliners and bathroom fixtures.
  • For each $5.00 fee, you will be provided one orange sticker.  An orange sticker must be placed on each item to be removed.
  • City residents must then call the Street Department (356-4720) or email kristi.young@huntington.in.us to schedule the item's removal (typically removal will be scheduled for Mondays).
  • Prohibited items include, but are not limited to: oil, paint, solvents, tires; batteries, propane tanks, TV's, and computer monitors. These items can be taken by City residents to the City Landfill Hazardous Waste Area, without charge, on Wednesdays from 7:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m., and the first Saturday of each month from 8:00 a.m. until 11:30 a.m.
  • This program is for City residents only.

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ACCEPTED ITEMS
Household trash, garbage, and construction and demolition debris
City Resident $10.00 per cubic yard
County resident $12.00 per cubic yard
Appliances that have or have had Freon $15.00  

 

Tires: Car tires off the rim $1.50
Car tires on the rim $2.00
Oversize 15" $3.00
Lt. truck  16" -  16.5"  $3.50
Lt. truck on the rim $4.00
Semi  tires  off the rim $7.50
Semi  tires on the rim $17.50
Rear tractor $25.00

 

NO CHARGE ITEMS

                                                Appliances (other than those with Freon)

                                                Brush

                                                Concrete (no rebar or wire), rock, brick and stone

                                                Leaves

                                                Metal

 

ITEMS NOT PERMITTED IN LANDFILL

                                                Antifreeze                                         Oil

                                                Batteries                                           Paint

                                                Computers                                        Propane Tanks

                                                Computer Monitors                          Stereos

                                                Fluorescent Bulbs                            Television

               

These items are accepted at the Hazmat Facility located at 517S - 300W on Wednesday from 7:00 to 3:00 and on the 1st Saturday of the month from 8:00 to 11:30 at no cost to all Huntington County residents.  For more information on disposal of these items, please call 260-358-4886.  Please note: The Landfill is not open on Saturdays.  Only the Hazmat Facility is open on the 1st Saturday of the month from 8:00 to 11:30 am.

A message from Mayor Brooks Fetters

 

Huntington is on a roll!  Unemployment is at a near all time low of 5.3% in December 2014.  The City ended 2014 with a General Fund Surplus in excess of $1M for the third straight year.  Residents are reinvesting in their homes and neighborhoods once again.

As the mayor of Huntington, I am pleased that a team is in place that is moving us forward according to a plan.  That plan stands on three legs - 1) the persistent pursuit of meaningful jobs for people who call Huntington home; 2) the daily task of operating the City like a well-run business; and 3) helping people love where they live.

Much of what has been done in the past three years has involved getting our financial act together, sewer and water lines right, streets paved, sidewalks repaired, downtown revitalized and gateways looking good.  As we move into 2015 I am excited by the opportunities we have to make our great City more lovable and livable.  We will be investing heavily in our parks, greenways, trails, gateways, downtown and neighborhoods.

There is a renewed spirit of enthusiasm about Huntington and our future.  In 2014 over 7800 hours of volunteer service were donated by over 700 individuals who pulled weeds, swept curbs, painted picnic tables, picked up litter, trimmed shrubs around our parks and neighborhoods.  That translates into over $180K in savings to taxpayers and allows people to give of themselves and their talents to make Huntington the best version of itself.

In early March 2015 you will see the tired, old Lehman's Building come down and in its place will rise up a beautiful gateway park to downtown - Rotary Centennial Park.  As spring comes, additional decorative lamp post street lights will be installed up North Jefferson Street from Park Drive to around Roche Street.  Going south on Jefferson, additional decorative lamp posts will be installed from the railroad tracks, across the twin bridges to the intersection of Etna, Riverside and South Jefferson.  These lights help all of us and those who visit our City know that they are someplace special.

 

Thanks for what you do personally to make your little corner of Huntington a better place.  Do your part by paying attention to the curb appeal of your property.  Take walks around your neighborhood and meet your neighbors.  Go for a jog or run or walk along one of our trails along the Little River.  Volunteer to help make our parks attractive, or tend one of the City's flower beds.  The options are endless.

For the Love of Huntington,

Mayor Brooks Fetters

Meet Mayor Fetters

Mayor Fetters graduated from Huntington North High School (1977) and Huntington University (1981) with a bachelor's degree in business administration. Mayor Fetters also has degrees in funeral service and mortuary science, as well as a master's degree Huntington University Graduate School of Christian Ministries. 

Before becoming mayor, Fetters was a City Councilman for the Huntington Common Council from 2006 to 2011, General manager of Myers Funeral Home and a pastor with the United Brethren in Christ Church.

He has been married to his wife, Barbara, since 1980 and they have three grown children. 

City of Huntington Project List
Visit the City Engineer's page for an updated list of projects.
Garage Sale Permits:  $3.00 limit 2 per year at the same address
 
Transient Merchants License:  $25.00 per person good for one year after issue.  Needs to be issued for temporary door to door sales
 
Large Trash Items:  $5 per item for example a couch, a mattress, chairs

Additional trash cans cost $71 and can be purchased at either 634 Webster St. (City Services) or 300 Cherry St. (second floor of the clerk’s office in the City Building) Once purchased, you can pick up your new trash can at City Services or you can request that it be delivered. 

The City of Huntington Comprehensive Plan represents the cumulative results of the efforts of a
public planning process involving the residents of Huntington, community stakeholders, public
and private institutions, and public officials. The hard work of these participants in the overall
process is reflected in the following document which celebrates the unique history of Huntington
and also creates a vision for future prosperity for residents and visitors for many generations to
come. Although not individually recognized, sincere thanks are extended to everyone who
provided input into this document. Their interest and suggestions have helped create a plan
which represents the wishes of Huntington’s residents and without which this plan would not
have been possible.

View the Comprehensive Plan ➞

The City of Huntington's Water Department follows all guidelines setforth by State and Federal agencies that govern drinking water.

Briant Street Tower
 
The City of Huntington's Water Department operation started in 1893. The current facility was errected and finished in 1961 and has had numerous upgrades since that time. Water was drawn from wells (ground water) as well as the Wabash River (surface water) which lies just south of the facility. About 1978 the facility began ground water only operations which eliminated several operations and equipment thus restructuring the facility to what it is today.
 
Water quality and supply is the largest concern here at the water department. Plant operators have a combined experience of over 127 years of the treatment and supply of water. The water plant operates 24/7 365 days a year to provide you with clean safe drinking water. Testing is done on a daily basis here at the plant before it is delivered to your door. Monthly, quarterly and annual testing for contaminants is collected throughout the community. All sample results are reported to state and federal agencies that govern drinking water safety.

Plant operators are also responsible for the maintenance of 7 wells the water is drawn from, 3 generators used in case of power outages, 4 water storage facilities and plant equipment.

Distribution operators, are the men you see in the streets repairing water mains, meter settings and meter reading. They cover over 90 miles of water main, 924 fire hydrants and approximately 6500 water service connections. They are a tireless crew as they ensure that the community does not go with out water for any long length of time. This team will work 24 hours or more to complete the job if necessary.
 
All operators either Plant or Distribution are certified through the State of Indiana's Department of Environmental Management (IDEM). Operators continually attend seminars throughout the year to keep their certifications current. In addition to certification training operators also attend monthly scheduled safety training meetings.
 
The Water Department is always trying to be proactive in a since as to change outdated meters, broken hydrants and perform leak detection. There are of course the unscheduled mishap such as a main break that could halt a customer's service for a short period of time.
 
Fire hydrants are flushed twice a year to remove sedimentation from the water mains. This also helps in maintaining the water system. When hydrants are flushed the operator records any infomation that deems the hydrant inoperable or in need of repair. From that point on the hydrant is then put on a list and work orders are generated to make the repairs or replacement of such hydrants. 
 
As a community provider we also scheduled plant tours to our local schools. We try to educate our youth on water systems, conservation, quality and expenditures of facilities and infrastructure. Giving an understanding of why and how things are accomplished to provide for the water we drink.

We are continuously striving to be compliant as federal and state rules and regulations change. In September 2009 we will begin monitoring unregulated contaminants (UCMR). This will be done in accordance with the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) requirements.

Starting soon you will see water department employees out with a GPS (Global Positioning Systems) device locating and recording information on the city's entire water infrastructure. This will assist in locating fire hydrants, valves and meter setting locations to make necessary repairs. With a tracking device department employees can locate these items quicker especially during winter months when there is snow and ice covering them.

Start-up of service requires the customer to appear in person at the Water Billing Office located on the 1st floor of the City Building, 300 Cherry Street between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:30 pm Monday thru Friday. A photo ID is required as well as a deposit of $125.00 for services of a 1" meter or less. Services over a 1" meter will require a deposit of $200.00. Water Service turn on requires a 24 hour notice. 
 
Discontinuation of water services requires that the customer appear as above to the Water Billing Office. Notification must be made at least 24 hours in advance to provide adequate time to final out the account. The final bill will be rendered during the next billing cycle. If you will no longer require our services, your deposit on account, will be refunded by check after the final bill has been paid in full.
 
Transfers require the same as above and determined by the amount of time between the transfer dates an additional deposit may be required which will be refunded upon payment of the final bill of previous account.
 
We receive cash, check, money order, and debit/credit cards.  There is a Drop Box located in the entrance to the Police Station that is available 24/7, every day of the week.

Summary of Operations

The newly expanded Huntington Water Pollution Control Plant is a combined rotating biological contractor/step-feed activated sludge plant. The plant is capable of treating an annual average flow of 7.5 million gallons per day and a peak wet weather flow of 15 million gallons per day. The expanded and upgraded facility will serve the City of Huntington for 20 years at the expected population growth rate. The plant improvements were completed at a construction cost of approximately $8,000,000. The project was funded entirely by a local revenue bond issue.

Wastewater enters the plant through bar screens where coarse solids such as branches and plastics are physically removed. After screening, the influent proceeds to two detritus-type grit tanks. The grit removal process removes the heavy abrasive inorganic materials such as gravel and sand. The wastewater is then pumped by the raw wastewater screw pump station to four primary clarifiers where a portion of the suspended solids are removed. Primary treatment is followed by secondary, biological treatment. Biological treatment at the WPCP consists of seven rotating biological contactors and six step-feed aeration basins. The biological processes utilize microorganisms that consume organic waste. Five secondary clarifiers settle suspended solids and microorganisms from the aeration basin effluent before discharging flow to the chlorine contact tank for disinfection. Effluent from the chlorine contact tank is dechlorinated ( to protect aquatic life ) before the water is discharged to the Wabash River.

Sludge from the primary clarifiers is pumped to the primary anaerobic digester where it is heated and mixed. Microorganisms that thrive in the anaerobic (without oxygen) conditions further break down organic matter contained in the sludge. Sludge from the secondary clarifiers is either returned to the aeration tanks where it is mixed with incoming wastewater or wasted to the Thickener Building. In the Thickener Building, wasted activated sludge is thickened using a dissolved air flotation thickener. The thickened sludge is pumped to the primary anaerobic digester for further treatment. Digested sludge from the primary anaerobic digester is transferred to the secondary digester for further stabilization. Digested sludge, now called "biosolids," is pumped from the Digester Building to the two biosolids storage tanks. The biosolids in the storage tanks can then be pumped to the biosolids loading station, loaded into trucks, and hauled away for agricultural land application.

Superintendent: Annette Carroll
 

Summary of Operations

The newly expanded Huntington Water Pollution Control Plant is a combined rotating biological contractor/step-feed activated sludge plant. The plant is capable of treating an annual average flow of 7.5 million gallons per day and a peak wet weather flow of 15 million gallons per day. The expanded and upgraded facility will serve the City of Huntington for 20 years at the expected population growth rate. The plant improvements were completed at a construction cost of approximately $8,000,000. The project was funded entirely by a local revenue bond issue.

Wastewater enters the plant through bar screens where coarse solids such as branches and plastics are physically removed. After screening, the influent proceeds to two detritus-type grit tanks. The grit removal process removes the heavy abrasive inorganic materials such as gravel and sand. The wastewater is then pumped by the raw wastewater screw pump station to four primary clarifiers where a portion of the suspended solids are removed. Primary treatment is followed by secondary, biological treatment. Biological treatment at the WPCPconsists of seven rotating biological contactors and six step-feed aeration basins. The biological processes utilize microorganisms that consume organic waste. Five secondary clarifiers settle suspended solids and microorganisms from the aeration basin effluent before discharging flow to the chlorine contact tank for disinfection. Effluent from the chlorine contact tank is dechlorinated (to protect aquatic life) before the water is discharged to the Wabash River.

Sludge from the primary clarifiers is pumped to the primary anaerobic digester where it is heated and mixed. Microorganisms that thrive in the anaerobic (without oxygen) conditions further break down organic matter contained in the sludge. Sludge from the secondary clarifiers is either returned to the aeration tanks where it is mixed with incoming wastewater or wasted to the Thickener Building. In the Thickener Building, wasted activated sludge is thickened using a dissolved air flotation thickener. The thickened sludge is pumped to the primary anaerobic digester for further treatment. Digested sludge from the primary anaerobic digester is transferred to the secondary digester for further stabilization. Digested sludge, now called "biosolids," is pumped from the Digester Building to the two biosolids storage tanks. The biosolids in the storage tanks can then be pumped to the biosolids loading station, loaded into trucks, and hauled away for agricultural land application.

Huntington, Indiana

Water Department Staff

Annette Carroll- Superintendent

Barry Ehinger - Asst. Superintendent

Operations                                               Distribution

F & V Resources                                                                                    

                                                        Jim Cole - Svc. Person

                                                        Tom Denton - Dist. Jrymn

                                                        Randy Hacker, Dist. Jrymn

                                                        Robert Harlan III, Foreman

                                                        Pat Maher - Meter Reader

                                                        Karen Poff - Dist. Jrymn

                                                        Brian Sills - Dist. Jrymn

                                                        Wayne Spencer - Dist. Jrymn

                                                        Stephan Walker - Dist. Jrymn

                                                        Jeff Young - Dist. Jrymn

                                                 

                                            

Water Billing Staff

Jennifer Gunn - Office Manager

Cindy Asher - Office Clerk

Phyllis Bellam - Office Clerk

Marilyn Ratliff - Utilities Services Coordinator

 

Revised 9/13/16

LTCP (Long Term Control Plan)

What is the LTCP?

As per the Clean Water Act of 1972, the City of Huntington, by IDEM & the EPA, has been given an unfunded mandate to control the amount of raw sewage that is deposited into the local streams and lakes via Combined Sewer Overflows (CSO). The City is under a State Judicial Agreement (SJA) to develop a LTCP that will address and or reduce the occurrences that these sewers overflow.

 

The City hired Bonar Group, based in Fort Wayne, to determine the best course of action to achieve the guidelines set forth by IDEM and the EPA. Being proactive, the City has been separating sewers for many years. These separation projects have reduced the overall cost of the LTCP greatly and have saved taxpayers millions of dollars in future construction and interest costs. Though separation of sewers will solve many problems, such as reducing the frequency and volume of combined sewer overflows, it will not completely solve the problem.

 

Before submitting the final LTCP to IDEM and the EPA the City is having a Public Meeting to allow for the public to provide imput and to discuss the following:

  • Background on the LTCP and the laws regulating
  • The proposed alternatives developed to address the combined sewer overflow issues
  • The cost of the proposed plan & funding sources
  • Corresponding Sewer Rates with reflection to the projects within the plan 

 DOCUMENTS

Long Term Control Plan (2010)

Addendum #1 (2012)

Addendum #2 (year)

Addendum #3 (year)

INFORMATIONAL WEBSITES:

EPA Summary of the Clean Water Act (1972)          

EPA Office of Wastewater Management

IDEM Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) Program

Contractors working for the City of Huntington must meet these requirements:

E-Verify/U.S. Steel Certification

Insurance Requirements

 

Old US 24 "Road Diet"

Etna Avenue Project

Little River Trail

Erie Rail Trail

Sign Replacement Project

Schenkel Station Trail Hub

94.01    OPEN BURNING

(A)   This section shall supplement and further implement Article 1, Chapter 102 of the Indiana Fire Prevention Code as published by the Indiana Fire Prevention and Building Safety Commission.

 

(B)   No one shall kindle or maintain any open burning (which means any burning of combustible materials out of doors) within the corporate limits of the city except as follows, and then only in a situation where it is reasonably unlikely that the open burning may be spread to or damage other property, or that the smoke and/or fumes emissions would be a nuisance to person upon adjacent property. 

(1)    Exemptions for which no permit is required:

  1. Recreational campfires with a total fuel area no greater than 36 inches in diameter and a fuel load not to exceed two vertical feet.
  2. A reasonably sized and located barbecue pit or grill where either electricity, gas, wood, or charcoal is used for the preparation of food.

 

(2)    Exemptions allowed with appropriate permit (s):

  1. Bonfires larger than the recreational campfire as defined above.
  2. Other burning may be allowed by permit from the Fire Department, so long as in compliance with applicable requirements of other authority, including but not limited to the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) and the Federal Environmental Protection Agency.
  3. All open burning shall be located a safe distance from structures, fences, and public rights-of-way, and attended at all times until completely extinguished. There shall be a garden hose or better connected to a water supply source and/or buckets, shovels, fire extinguishers, or other adequate fire extinguishing equipment readily available. 
  4. Where permits are required they shall be issued by the Fire Department or under its direction and on forms in accordance with policies and procedures established from time-to-time by that Department. A permitted fire must have the original permit properly authorized by the Fire Department in proximity to the burn site at all times during which the open burning permitted is occurring. 
  5. Notwithstanding anything else in this section, open fire which burn substantial quantities of leaves, paper, garbage, rubbish, grass, trade waste, plastics, or other similar items, are prohibited.
  6. Any person who knowingly allows the accumulation or existence of combustible material constituting an unreasonable fire hazard or who intentionally kindles or maintains any open burning in violation of this section shall be subject to the penalties hereunder.

(Ord. 12-C-00, passed 8-29-00)

RECREATION ROOM RENTAL

 Station 3

 

Recreation Room Slide Show 

Call for more information or to reserve the room:  (260) 356-3620

Total fee: $103.50 includes:

Rental amount:  $50.00 + sales tax = $53.50

Refundable Deposit fee: $50.00

Total due at the time of scheduling - cash or check only

(Room Reservation Form is located in the Fire Department forms section at the left)

Maximum room capacity is 49 people 

Rentals may not be transferred to other dates unless approved by Fire Department Administration

Cancellations must be made 30 days or more before the scheduled event

Reservations may be made up to 1 (one) year to the day in advance

No open flame devices permitted

All amplified music must be played at a level that is not disruptive to nearby residents or Fire Department personnel

No pets allowed

No smoking allowed

Alcoholic beverages are not allowed (Huntington City Ordinance 15-C-94)

Access will be through the front doors only.  The room will be unlocked for you and you will not receive a key

You will not have access to the Firehouse unless previously scheduled

 

The following will cause forfeiture of security deposit -

ANY evidence of smoking on the premises

ANY evidence of alcoholic beverages on the premises

ANY evidence of open flame devices

ANY trash in the facility or the immediate surrounding area not placed in trash containers or contained by other means

Use of any fastening devices other than tape (including but not limited to staples, tacks, nails, etc.) All tape must be removed

Failure to clean tables and chairs and other appliances, empty trash, run the vacuum, remove leftovers AND the restroom must be clean.  Cleaning supplies are provided

Failure to notify Fire Department Administration of cancellation less than 30 (thirty) days prior to scheduled event

 

 

 

The Smokehouse was donated by the Ehinger family in memory of Chief Norbert Ehinger who died in the line of duty on February 2, 1961.
 
Smoke House Mainpage
 
 

In terms of MS Office training, our department provides the following:

Duke Energy is responsible for maintaining street lights within the city limits. If you have any questions or concerns contact them at 1-800-521-2232.
 
Please have the pole # if at all possible.
 If you see a pot hole, you can click the Action Center Link, email the Street Department or call us. We will get the pot hole fixed as soon as we can.   
Thank you,
Street Department

Sweeping of City streets will continue at regular intervals as weather allows.

Every taxpayer has the right to appeal their property assessment. The appeal must be filed within 45 days of the notice of assessment (FORM 11).

When filing an appeal the taxpayer must provide the taxpayer's name, address, parcel number of property and the taxpayers address & telephone number.

Please see the DLGF website for more information.  

Form 11s (Notice of Assessment of Land & Improvements) for January 1, 2017 were mailed 4/10/17 to all taxpayers. The deadline to file and appeal is May 26,2017.

Indiana Code 6-1.1-4-13(a) states that land shall be assessed as agricultural land only when it is devoted to agricultural use.

Agricultural use includes, but is not limited to, the uses included in the definition of "agricultural use" in IC 36-7-4-616(b), such as the production of livestock or livestock products, commercial aquaculture, equine or equine products, land designated as a conservation reserve plan, pastureland, poultry or poultry products, horticultural or nursery stock, fruit, vegetables, forage, grains, timber, trees, bees and apiary products, tobacco, other agricultural crops, general farming operation purposes, native timber lands, or land that lays fallow.

Ag Land Base Rates (price per acre)

Assessment Year Base Rate
2017 1,850
2016 1,960
2015 2,050
2014 2,050
2013 1,760
2012 1,630
2011 1,500
2010 1,290
2009 1,250
2008 1,200
2007 1,140
2006 880
2005 1,050
2004 1,050
2003 1,050
2002 1,050
2001 495

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Huntington, IN 46750

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Huntington, IN 46750

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Huntington, IN 46750

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Huntington, IN 46750

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Christi Scher McElhaney, City Clerk Treasurer
300 Cherry St - 2nd Floor
Huntington, IN 46750

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1365 Warren Rd
Huntington, IN 46750

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Third Floor,  46750

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Bob Caley, City Services Superintendent
634 Webster St
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Home: (260) 356-4720
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    7:00 AM to 3:00 PM

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Terri L. Boone, County Assessor
Huntington County Courthouse (more)
201 N Jefferson St
Huntington, IN 46750

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    Monday - Friday
    8:00 am - 4:30 pm
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Cindy Yeiter, Auditor
201 N Jefferson St
Huntington, IN 46750

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Huntington, IN 46750

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201 N Jefferson St
Huntington, IN 46750

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Philip Zahm, Coroner
332 E State St
Huntington, IN 46750

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Mandy Woods, Executive Director
201 N Jefferson St
Room 204
Huntington, IN 46750

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Bryn Keplinger, Director of Community Development & Redevelopment
300 Cherry St
Huntington, IN 46750

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    8:00 am - 4:30 pm
    Closed noon - 1:00 pm

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Erika Devine, HR Director
201 N Jefferson St
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Company: (260) 355-2329
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    08:00 a.m. - 04:30 p.m.

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1330 S Jefferson St
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Home: (260) 358-4831
  • Home Fax: (260) 358-4899
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    Monday - Friday
    Closed daily for lunch 11:45 am to 12:45 pm
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Anthony Goodnight, Director of Public Works and Engineering Services
300 Cherry St
Huntington, IN 46750

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Tim Albertson, Fire Chief
747 Condit St
Huntington, IN 46750

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Dathen Strine, GIS / IT Technician
201 N Jefferson St
Huntington, IN 46750

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Troy Hostetler, Superintendent
1601 Riverside Dr
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Company: (260) 358-4881
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    7:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M.
    Monday thru Friday

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Ronda Smelser, Human Resources Director
300 Cherry St
Huntington, IN 46750

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300 Cherry St
Huntington, IN 46750

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300 Cherry St
Huntington, IN 46750

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Jeff Kyle, Jail Commander
332 E State St
Huntington, IN 46750

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John McCammon, City Services Assistant Superintendent - Landfill
515 S 300 W
Huntington, IN 46750

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    Monday - Friday, 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM

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300 Cherry St
Huntington, IN 46750

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    9:00-10:00 am
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Steve Yoder, Superintendent of Parks and Recreation
634 Webster St
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Home: (260) 358-2323
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    Monday- Friday
    8 am to 4 pm

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Heather Malone, Chief Probation Officer
201 N Jefferson St
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Home: (260) 358-4841
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    Monday - Friday
    8 AM - Noon
    1 PM - 4:30 PM

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201 N Jefferson St Br
Huntington, IN 46750

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    8:00am - 4:30pm
    Monday-Friday

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201 N Jefferson St
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Home: (260) 355-2312
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  • Office Hours:
    Hours: 8:00am - 4:30pm M-F
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Terry Stoffel, Sheriff Huntington County
332 E State St
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Home: (260) 356-2520
  • Home Fax: (260) 358-4877
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517 S 300 W
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Home: (260) 358-4886
  • Home Fax: (260) 358-0133
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    Monday-Friday 7:00 am - 3:00 pm; First and Third Saturdays of the Month 8:00 am - 11:30 a.m.

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    8:30 am - Noon
    1:00 pm - 4:30 pm

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Jay Poe, Huntington County Surveyor
201 N Jefferson Street Br
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Home: (260) 358-4856
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    8:00am-4:30 pm

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201 N Jefferson St
Room 104
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Home: (260) 358-4860
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1350 S Jefferon St
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Company: (260) 358-4863
  • Fax: (260) 359-4400
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  • Office Hours:
    Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM *** Closed Daily For Lunch From 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM ***

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Annette Carroll, City Utilities Superintendent
20 Hitzfield Street Extended
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Company: (260) 358-2313
  • Fax: (260) 358-2317
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  • Office Hours:
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Annette Carroll, City Utilities Superintendent
Operations & Distribution - 2290 Engle St
Water Billing Office - 300 Cherry Street
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Company: (260) 356-3220
  • Fax: (260) 356-0344
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1365 Warren Rd
Huntington, IN 

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Huntington, IN 46750

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1365 Warren Rd
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1365 Warren Rd
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Huntington, IN 46750

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Huntington, IN 46750
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201 N Jefferson St
Room 204
Huntington, IN 46750

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201 N Jefferson St
Room 204
Huntington, IN 46750

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201 N Jefferson St
Room 204
Huntington, IN 46750

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201 N Jefferson St
Room 204
Huntington, IN 46750

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    Monday - Friday

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201 N Jefferson St
Room 204
Huntington, IN 46750

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201 N Jefferson St
Room 204
Huntington, IN 46750

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    8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
    Monday - Friday

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Bryn Keplinger, Director of Community Development & Redevelopment
300 Cherry St
Huntington, IN 46750

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    8:00 am - 4:30 pm
    Closed noon - 1:00 pm

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300 Cherry St
Huntington, IN 46750

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    8:00 am - 4:30 pm
    Closed noon - 1:00 pm

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Huntington, IN 46750

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    8:00 am - 4:30 pm
    Closed noon - 1:00 pm

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Shad Paul, Building Commissioner
300 Cherry St
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Home: (260) 356-5146
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    8:00 am - 4:30 pm
    Closed noon - 1:00 pm

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Shad Paul, Building Commissioner
300 Cherry St
Huntington, IN 46750

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    Monday - Friday
    8:00 am - 4:30 pm
    Closed noon - 1:00 pm

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300 Cherry St
Huntington, IN 46750

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    Monday - Friday
    8:00 am - 4:30 pm
    Closed noon - 1:00 pm

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300 Cherry St
Huntington, IN 46750

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    8:00 am - 4:30 pm
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300 Cherry St
Huntington, IN 46750

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    8:00 am - 4:30 pm
    Closed noon - 1:00 pm

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300 Cherry St
Huntington, IN 46750

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    8:00 am - 4:30 pm
    Closed noon - 1:00 pm

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300 Cherry St
Huntington, IN 46750

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    8:00 am - 4:30 pm
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300 Cherry St
Huntington, IN 46750

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    8:00 am - 4:30 pm
    Closed noon - 1:00 pm

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300 Cherry St
Huntington, IN 46750

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    Monday - Friday
    8:00 am - 4:30 pm
    Closed noon - 1:00 pm

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Erika Devine, HR Director
  • Home: (260) 355-2329
  • Home Fax: (260) 358-4823
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  • Home: (260) 355-2329
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  • Home: (260) 355-2329
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Tara Wilcoxson, Clerk/Vital Registrar
1330 S Jefferson St
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Home: (260) 358-4832
  • Home Fax: (260) 358-4899
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  • Office Hours:
    8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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Katherine Rush, Public Health Nurse
1330 S Jefferson St
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Home: (260) 358-4832
  • Home Fax: (260) 358-4899
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Brant Ricker, Environmental Health Specialist
1330 S Jefferson St
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Home: (260) 358-4831
  • Home Fax: (260) 358-4899
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  • Office Hours:
    8:00am - 4:30pm
    Monday - Friday

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Brant Ricker, Environmental Health Specialist
1330 S Jefferson St
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Home: (260) 358-4831
  • Home Fax: (260) 358-4899
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  • Office Hours:
    8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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Brant Ricker, Environmental Health Specialist
1350 S Jefferson St
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Home: (260) 358-4834
  • Home Fax: (260) 358-4899
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  • Office Hours:
    8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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Tami Hurlburt, Environmental Health and Foods Specialist
1330 S Jefferson St
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Home: (260) 358-4833
  • Home Fax: (260) 358-4899
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  • Office Hours:
    8:00 - 4:30

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Katherine Rush, Public Health Nurse
1330 S Jefferson St
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Home: (260) 358-4831
  • Home Fax: (260) 358-4899
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  • Office Hours:
    8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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Terry Daniels, Health Board President

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1330 S Jefferson St
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Home: (260) 358-3481
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201 N Jefferson St
Huntington, IN 46750

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332 E State St
Huntington, IN 46750

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Anthony Goodnight, Director of Public Works and Engineering Services
300 Cherry St
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Home: (260) 356-1400 x 2020
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  • Office Hours:
    Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm

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Anthony Goodnight, Director of Public Works and Engineering Services
300 Cherry St
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Home: (260) 356-1400 x 2020
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  • Office Hours:
    Monday thru Friday 8:00a.m. - 4:30p.m.

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Adam Cuttriss, Engineering Inspector/Technician
300 Cherry St
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Home: (260) 356-1400 x 2021
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    Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm

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Ronda Smelser, Human Resources Director
  • Home: (260) 356-1400 x 223
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    8:00 am - 4:30 pm
    Monday - Friday

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  • Home: (260) 356-1400 x 2026
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    Monday: 8am - 3pm
    Tuesday - Friday: 8am - 4pm

    NEW gun permits: Please call for an appointment.

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Austin Wolf, Ordinance Officer
300 Cherry St
Huntington, IN 46750

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2099 Riverside Dr
Huntington, IN 46750

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332 E State St
Huntington, IN 46750

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Bob Caley, City Services Superintendent
634 Webster St
Huntington, IN 46750

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201 N Jefferson St
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Home: (260) 358-4841
  • Home Fax: (260) 358-4853
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    Monday - Friday
    8:00am - 12:00pm and 1:00pm - 4:30pm

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Desiree Fritcha, Drug Court Coordinator/Probation Officer
  • Home: (260) 358-4841
  • Home Fax: (260) 358-4853
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Tammy Larkey, Victim's Advocate
201 N Jefferson St
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Melissa Christman, Dispatch Director
332 E State St
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Phone: (260) 358-2326
  • Fax: (260) 358-2670
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Chris Newton, Chief Deputy, Huntington County Sheriff's Department

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332 E State St
Huntington, IN 46750

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517 S 300 W
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201 N Jefferson St
Huntington, IN 46750

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    The Huntington County Drainage Board meets the first and third Thursday of each month at 8:30am on the second floor of the Courthouse in the DAR Room, 206.

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Brenda Hamilton, Deputy Treasurer

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1350 S Jefferon St
Huntington, IN 46750

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    Monday thru Friday 8:00AM - 4:30PM Closed for lunch from 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

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Jennifer Gunn, Office Manager
Operations & Distribution - 2290 Engle St
Water Billing Office -300 Cherry St
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Home: (260) 356-3220
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    Operations & Distribution Hours, 24hours per day/365 days per year Water Billing Office-Hours, 8:00 AM -4:30 PM, Mon.-Fri.

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Jennifer Gunn, Office Manager
Water
300 Cherry St
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    Water Billing Office Hours-8:00 AM to 4:30 PM, Monday - Friday

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Huntington County Courthouse (more)
201 N Jefferson St
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Phone: (317) 555-1212
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    8:00 am - 4:30 pm Please attempt to contact us before 4:25 pm. Thanks!

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Huntington City Building (more)
300 Cherry St
Huntington, IN 46750

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515 S 300 W
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Home: (260) 356-0432
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    Wednesdays 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. 1st and 3rd Saturday's of the month 8:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

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Adam Cuttriss, Engineering Inspector/Technician
300 Cherry St
Huntington, IN 46750

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  • Home Fax: (260) 356-0344
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201 N Jefferson St
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Phone: (260) 358-4800
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201 N Jefferson St
Huntington, IN 46750

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Melissa Christman, Dispatch Director
332 E State St
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Phone: (260) 356-8316
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    24 hours 7 days a week

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Andrew Rensberger, Community Engagement-Volunteer Coordinator

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Ben Bond, GIS Coordinator
300 Cherry St
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Phone: (260) 356-1400 x 2022
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Bryn Keplinger, Director of Community Development & Redevelopment
300 Cherry St
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Phone: (260) 356-5146
  • Fax: (260) 454-5211
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    8:00 am - 4:30 pm
    Closed noon - 1:00 pm

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Erika Devine, HR Director
201 N Jefferson St Br
Huntington, IN 46750

  • Phone: (260) 355-2329
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    8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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Marilyn Ratliff, Utilities Services Coordinator
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Erika Devine, HR Director
Huntington County Courthouse (more)
201 N Jefferson St
Huntington, IN 46750

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Huntington County Courthouse (more)
201 N Jefferson St
Huntington, IN 46750

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