Town of Zionsville E-Newsletter
July / 2019
Exciting! The new Lincoln Mural located at 98 S. Main Street (across from Lincoln Park) is complete.
Mayor Tim Haak's Monthly Update   
Summer has arrived and we are all feeling it! If you plan on spending a majority of your time in Zionsville this summer, here are some of my favorite things to do.

Mayor Haak's Summer Bucket List
  1. Go fishing at Elm Street Green. Did you know that Eagle Creek is great for fishing? Whether you are an expert angler or would like to teach your kids how to fish, Eagle Creek is the perfect destination. Stop by Moving Water Outfitters for all the scoop.
  2. Kayak on Eagle Creek. Have you tried kayaking? The town has a kayak launch at Elm Street Green. You can kayak as far as you'd like or go all the way to Eagle Creek Reservoir.
  3. Bike to downtown Zionsville and treat yourself. One of my family favorites is grabbing our bikes after dinner and biking downtown for dessert. Dairy Queen, Bub's and The Scoop are a few family favorites.
  4. Watch fireworks at Lions Park 4th of July Celebration. The Zionsville Lions Club puts on an amazing fireworks display at Lions Park each year. It's not uncommon to have families travel from Carmel and Indianapolis to watch this amazing show and celebrate Independence Day.
  5. Attend an event at ZNC. Check out the many free activities at Zion Nature Center. There are programs for all ages. My kids have always loved looking at the animals up close.
Have a great summer and a safe 4th of July. 
Thanks for your time, 
Tim Haak 
Zionsville Mayor
In This Issue
Zionsville Lions Club 4th of July

Join the Lions Club for an all-American July 4th celebration in Lions Park. The parking lot opens at 4 p.m. and food and entertainment begins at 5 p.m.
Backpack Attack

We are a collection site for the Boone County Backpack Attack. Donate new school supplies through July 10 and place in the box in Town Hall front lobby. All supplies will be distributed at the Boone County at Lebanon Memorial Park on August 3.

All Zionsville Town Council meetings are streamed live on the Town of Zionsville YouTube channel. As a reminder, these meetings take place the first Monday of the month at 7 p.m. and the third Monday of the month at 7:30 a.m.
Zionsville Town Council Meeting Minutes

The next Zionsville Town Council meeting is Monday, July 15 at 7 a.m. in Town Hall.
Zionsville Departments Monthly Reports

Read an executive summary and monthly reports from the Zionsville Administration Department; Communications Department; Fire Department; IT Department; Parks & Recreation Department; Planning & Economic Development Department; Police Department; Street & Stormwater Department; and Wastewater Department.
Fireworks Regulations

A person may use, ignite or discharge consumer fireworks within the Town of Zionsville limits between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 p.m. on non-holidays and during the following times :
  • Between the hours of 9 a.m. and midnight on Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day and New Year's Eve.
  • Until two hours past sunset on June 29 - 30, July 1 - 3 and July 5 - 9.
Attention Weather Geeks!

The Town of Zionsville has installed two new weather monitoring stations. Through these stations, users can access current weather conditions, archived weather conditions, radar and satellite and upcoming forecasts. Users can also access lifestyle forecasts, including anything from driving conditions to watering needs. Another helpful feature is the nearby lightning reader, which could help determine if a local event needs to be moved indoors for safety.

The two weather stations upload current weather data to the WeatherSTEM Weather Network each minute of the day.

ZPD's New Defibrillators

Thanks to a gift from the Zionsville Fire Department, Zionsville Police Department officers will be able to assist those experiencing sudden cardiac arrest. Newly hired ZPD officers will now have an additional five automated external defibrillators (AEDs) to use in each of their vehicles.
Revenue generated from the CPR classes offered by ZFD was used to purchase five new AEDs for ZPD. Now all ZPD vehicles will be equipped with AEDs.

Traffic Updates

4th of July Traffic Alert from Zionsville Police Department 
Following the fireworks display, all traffic exiting Lions Park will be directed to travel east to US 421. No traffic will be allowed into Zionsville on Sycamore from US 421.

Southbound traffic on Main Street at Sycamore will be directed to go south on Zionsville Road and east on 106th Street (unless you live off Zionsville Road, in Vonterra or Inglenook or are supporting local businesses).
Eastbound traffic on Sycamore from First Street will be directed to go southbound on Zionsville Road to 106th Street and then east (unless you live off Zionsville Road, in Vonterra or Inglenook or are supporting local businesses).
Traffic will not be permitted to travel southbound on First Street south of Cedar Street.

Sewer Rehabilitation Project - Part I
Pending weather, in the coming weeks, the Zionsville Wastewater Department will begin the 2019 Sewer Rehabilitation Project Part I on Academy Drive. This is part of the Town's current 10-Year Sewer Rehabilitation Program for 2013 - 2022. The sewer main located at Academy Drive and Sixth Street is undersized, poorly sloped and without a manhole structure and is in need of maintenance and cleaning.

Part II of this project will include replacing an alley sewer main between Second and Third Streets and Hawthorne and Oak Streets.

As available, more information will be posted on the Town's website.