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Clermont has always had a community service spirit.
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The Town of Clermont is accepting proposals for our 2022 landscaping needs. The deadline for submission is Thursday, March 10 at noon. Interested landscapers, please contact Nancy Baxter @ [email protected] to apply, or receive additional information.
All trash services will be suspended for Thursday and Friday. Impacted residents will receive double service on their next pickup day (next Thursday and Friday).
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Yesterday, Mayor Joe Hogsett joined leadership from the National Weather Service, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, and the Department of Public Works to issue winter weather reminders to residents.
Residents are being asked to avoid driving if at all possible starting Wednesday evening due to potentially icy conditions. Those who must be on the roads are urged to drive with care, especially on bridge overpasses, hills, or locations known to become slippery. Remember to leave home with plenty of time to safely reach your destination, allow plenty of clearance near other vehicles, and keep at least three car lengths' distance between your vehicle and Snow Force trucks. It is recommended that drivers carry blankets, a small shovel, and a charged cell phone in case of incidents while traveling.
Particularly at the beginning of the weather event, heavy or prolonged rain is expected, accompanied by the potential for high winds throughout the event. The Indianapolis Department of Public Works (Indy DPW) will have dispatch teams, barricade crews, forestry staff and traffic signal technicians prepared to respond to any weather-related issues. Localized street flooding can occur even after short, heavy bursts of wet weather. Residents can help reduce the potential for flooding by proactively checking storm drains, inlets, driveway culverts and cross-pipes to remove yard debris, trash and other obstructions.
If a roadway is impassable due to high water or a downed tree limb, residents should contact the Mayor's Action Center at 317-327-4622. Calls to the Mayor’s Action Center after normal business hours can be directed to DPW Dispatch by selecting option 2. This option is for DPW-related problems, such as an impassable roadway or a traffic signal problem. Residents can also use RequestIndy online or through the mobile app to report concerns at any time.
As the weather transitions into snow accumulation, residents can stay up to date on Indy Snow Force efforts online at indy.gov/DPW and on Twitter by following . The Indy Snow Force Viewer mapping tool will be activated during this winter weather event. Residents can use the tool to monitor where crews have recently plowed snow or treated roadways. Additional media updates will come from DPW.
If residents contact IMPD during the snowstorm, please be advised there may be a delayed response. If anyone is involved in a crash that only involves property damage and no injuries, consider exchanging information with the other driver to avoid waiting in these potentially dangerous conditions as response times on these crashes will likely be delayed.
Cold Weather Information
The Indianapolis Fire Department wants to remind residents to never use ovens or stove tops to heat homes. Residents using space heaters should follow manufacturer instructions and keep a three-foot perimeter away from combustibles such as clothing, furniture and curtains. Do not use candles to heat homes and never leave them unattended. Don’t burn things in your fireplace that aren’t intended to be burned indoors.
Services can be accessed via 211 via phone or online. 211 is free and confidential – individuals can call 211 24 hours a day, seven days a week, or they can access information online for food, crisis hotlines, disability or health-related needs, and more at in211.communityos.org.
Residents are also reminded to keep a slow drip on faucets to keep pipes from freezing, and if a power outage occurs, call AES Indiana immediately at 317-261-8111 or report outages online at aesindiana.com/outages.
City ordinance states residents, businesses, and property owners must clear a 5-foot-wide path in the snow along all sidewalks on their property to ensure safe passage for pedestrians. Please consider taking the time to help your neighbors who are physically unable to do the work. Residents can also contact 211 for assistance. Snow should be moved to a yard and not the street or any spot that blocks crosswalks, alley entrances, mailboxes, or fire hydrants.
By ordinance, animals should be brought inside when temperatures are at or below 20 degrees Fahrenheit, or if a wind chill advisory has been issued. Report animals that have been left outside using the RequestIndy app. Please ensure all reports are for extended exposure and not short trips outside.
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If the weather predictors are correct, we are in for a wicked winter storm. Fortunately, Clermont takes great care of our streets in the town limits so they will be salted and plowed.
Please remove vehicles from the streets and park on your property to ensure the plow drivers can get the roads safe for travel.
The rain is predicted to start tomorrow, with 5+ inches of snow to follow. Be safe, and check out the link below to check the local weather.
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It's the final fish fry of 2021. This is your last chance to dine-in or carryout. Buy a meal a meal for a veteran. It all happens tomorrow; 5 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Today (Nov.10) and tomorrow (Nov.11) are very special days. Thank you to our Marines, as we celebrate the Marines being founded on this day in 1775. Tomorrow, we celebrate and honor each and every man and woman who has and is serving in our military, protecting our freedom! Thank you veterans!
There is over $530M in rental assistance allocated for Marion County residents in need. If you need, please apply. If you know someone in need, please share.
Calling all volunteers: Help keep Clermont beautiful. There will be a town clean up this Saturday, Nov. 6 from 9 a.m. - noon. Meet at the town barn on Tansel Rd. (just north of Miller Park) at 9 a.m.
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Shred documents and get rid of unwanted medications this Saturday, October 23!
FALL SHRED DAY will take place at the Speedway Police Department, located at 1410 N. Lynhurst Dr., from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. There is a recommended $5/per box donation.
The Indiana State Police and Drug Enforcement Agency will have their 21st Drug Take Back Day. Unwanted and expired medication can be taken to Indianapolis Fire Station #1, located at 1903 W. 10th St., from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. This is FREE. For more information, or additional locations, visit https://takebackday.dea.gov/
Take Back Day The National Prescription Drug Take Back Day aims to provide a safe, convenient, and anonymous means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse and medications.
One of the great parts of living in Clermont is nature. However, that means MANY trees, and MORE leaves in the fall. Although we are located outside of I-465, we CANNOT burn leaves in our yard. It is illegal. The city of Indianapolis has an option, bag 'em up and place them at the curb for DPW. From November 8 - December 3, DPW will remove up to 40 bags of leaves from your curb each week. Click the following link for more information. https://www.indy.gov/activity/leaf-collection-season
Once again the Town of Clermont will honor those serving and who have served by participating in the Wa-Pe-Ke-Way Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution military banner program.
They are now accepting orders for new military banners to be displayed from May 2022 to May 2023 on street light poles.
The banners are for any veteran or active military individual. The individual may be living or deceased. If the individual was killed in the line of duty, a gold star will be placed on the banner. When the banners are removed, they will be given to the participant.
Banner orders are taken on a first come first served basis, with approved photo (in uniform) and payment. For detailed information and/or to obtain an order form, please send email to Rhonda Beck at [email protected]
The deadline is November 8, 2021.
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Hey Wayne and Pike Township k -12 students. Check out this contest! https://www.in.gov/dhs/get-prepared/nature-safety/earthquakes/get-shakin/
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Good news everyone. The Dandy Trail bridge is open.
Check out the latest Clermont newsletter by clicking below. http://clermont.in.gov/uploads/1/1/8/6/118673656/summer_fall_2021_newsletter_.pdf
We will be distributing the "Please Slow Down Children Playing" yard signs again on Friday, September 17 from noon - 2 p.m. Just come to town hall @ 9049 Crawfordsville Rd. (next to 3 Agaves). Get some lunch and a sign!
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Over 250 cars and 40 vendors will be at the parade this Saturday. Don't miss out!
Clermont residents ... don't forget Monday is Labor Day. Trash pick-up will be delayed by one day. If your pick-up day is Monday, this week it will be Tuesday. If your regular pick-up is Tuesday, it will be Wednesday this week, and so on.
Clermont residents, we heard your requests. We have yard signs. The signs are FREE to our residents, however, there is only ONE per household. They will be available at town hall on Thursday, September 9 from 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. and Friday, September 10 from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Looking for camping? Breakfast? How about both? The Clermont Lions Club as you covered.
Get ready Clermont! Our town will be in the national spotlight September 1-5.
Be careful on our streets. All public schools serving Clermont are in session, with our Pike students on the bus stops today. Drive safely, and help protect our future!
We are still looking for Parade Entries for the September 18 Clermont Lions Club Festival! Please contact us if you are interested!
Please take advantage of these resources, if you need!
Our town is unique, period! Two of the nation's best school systems serve our town; Wayne and Pike Township. Wayne Township begins tomorrow, so watch out for our kids walking to Robey Elementary and getting on the bus to Ben Davis and other Wayne Township schools! Be patient with the bus drivers too, many of them are new.
The Clermont Town Council has secured some relief for our town businesses. Please see details to apply below. It's really a simple application process. It's NOT part of the PPP. Deadline is August 15.
We know where you can find the perfect thing that you never knew you needed ... the Annual Town of Clermont Garage & Yard Sale. It all happens this Friday, July 23 and Saturday, July 24 (8 a.m. - 2 p.m.). Lots of deals from 30th street to Lincolnwood. Bring your patience pants, your dollars and have FUN!
On July 11, 1903, the Town of Clermont was established. It's a celebration!
How about an Indiana classic fried tenderloin for dinner? Ok, just wait 'til Friday, July 16 ... oh, there will be fish too.
Mark your calendar. Friday, July 23 and Saturday, July 24 is the annual Town of Clermont Garage and Yard Sale.
Deals from 30th Street to Lincolnwood.
Happy Independence Day! BOOM! Be safe.
The sounds of Clermont will continue this month. Come into town, or sit outside and enjoy!
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