The City of Greenwood, IN

Welcome to the website for the City of Greenwood!

Community Profile
Community Profile

Community Profile

It’s one of the first things you’ll notice as you make your way through Greenwood:  families. You’ll see a family of four riding bikes along the city’s trail system, or a mom and dad parking a van full of children at Freedom Springs Aquatic Center.

Families are everywhere in Greenwood, and it's not surprising.

Greenwood Maps
Greenwood Maps

Greenwood Maps

Click here for a list of interactive Greenwood maps.
Pay Your Bills
Pay Your Bills

Pay Your Bills

We know you’re busy! Sign up for Greenwood’s free online payment portal. The City offers free electronic billing and real-time payments for your stormwater, sanitary sewer and trash utilities.

City Utilities

City Services
City Services

City Services

We’re here…for you.

Greenwood takes pride in providing the highest level of service to its citizens. From recycling and snow removal to utilities and free mulch, we are constantly improving and seeking to add services to better our community and meet the many needs of residents and businesses.

Let Us Help

Schools
Schools

Schools

Individual expression through art and music. The best teachers. Learning the importance of fair play and teamwork. Championship athletic programs, marching bands and academic teams. Cutting-edge STEM programs. 

Cities across the country aspire to provide Greenwood’s educational environment. Our community possesses an unwavering commitment to schools because they nurture the future of Greenwood and our country.

Greenwood Public Library
Greenwood Public Library

Greenwood Public Library

The Greenwood Public Library (GPL) actively enriches lives, promotes discovery and fosters personal growth. The library sees a community where all citizens reach their full potential, remaining enthusiastic, lifelong learners. GPL offers a variety of programs and activities for all ages.

Greenwood Goes Green
Greenwood Goes Green

Greenwood Goes Green

"As a city, we must be mindful of our impact on the environment to ensure a clean, beautiful, sustainable Greenwood, both now and for generations to  come."

- Mayor Mark W. Myers

Home Improvement
Home Improvement

Home Improvement

Ready to make some improvements? That’s great news!

When you invest in your home, you’re investing in Greenwood, adding value to your property and the quality of life offered by our community.

Before you get started, please take a moment to review important information about home improvement projects.

Utility Marking, Permits and Requests

Move to Greenwood
Move to Greenwood

Move to Greenwood

It’s probably our safe streets and walkable neighborhoods. Then again, it could be our big yards and homes with more bedrooms and bathrooms. The lower cost of living and short commutes definitely make difference. Maybe it’s just the fact that we’re welcoming, authentic and casual.

For Homeowner Associations
For Homeowner Associations

For Homeowner Associations

The City of Greenwood recognizes the "Architectural Control Committee" for residential subdivisions for the purpose of reviewing site plans, plot plans and construction plans.

Green Tips
Green Tips

Green Tips

Learn about recycling, conserving water and protecting our waterways.

Construction/Traffic Notices
Construction/Traffic Notices

Construction/Traffic Notices

Need to know where major construction is occurring in your area? Below are roads that are currently being updated and may affect traffic flow.

Worthsville & Averitt Roundabout - PHASE 1

  • Closure Start Date: June 14, 2021
  • Tentative – Closure End Date: August 2, 2021

Worthsville & Averitt Roundabout - PHASE 2

  • Tentative – Closure Start Date: June 21, 2021
  • Tentative – Closure End Date: August 2, 2021

Worthsville & Averitt -  PHASE 3

  • Tentative – Closure Start Date: August 2, 2021
  • Tentative – Closure End Date: Mid-December 2021

Madison Avenue – Noble Street to Fry Road Phase I

  • Construction Start Date: September 2020
  • Tentative Construction End Date: September 2021

Olive Branch Road – Between Morgantown Road and Runyon Road

  • Tentative – Closure Start Date: June 21, 2021
  • Tentative – Closure End Date: July 9, 2021

Stones Crossing Road – Between State Road 135 and Saddle Club Road

  • Tentative – Closure Start Date: July 12, 2021
  • Tentative – Closure End Date: July 30, 2021

Main & Meadowview

  • A closure for Main & Meadowview roundabout construction began on June 1. The project area will be closed through the end of July, weather permitting. The official detour for traffic is to use is Averitt Rd, Smith Valley Rd, SR135 and Fry Rd. No traffic will be allowed through the construction zone. Traffic on SR135 will still have access to the commercial areas at the Main Street intersection. Staggered barricades will be placed to allow access to residents that live in adjacent neighborhoods. Residents will have access to their subdivisions using local streets and will need to exercise caution around the staggered barricades. Some residents may need to use alternate routes to access their property.

2021 Paving Project

The City of Greenwood has approved a contract for its annual paving work! The contract, awarded to All Star Paving, Inc, was approved at the April Board of Works meeting. Below are the streets included in the project. 

  • Full-Depth Reconstruction
    • Christy Drive
  • Partial Reconstruction
    • Pearl Street
    • Fankboner Court
    • Hawk Court
  • Mill and Overlay
    • Applewood Drive
    • Goodwill Drive
    • Stark Drive
    • Alleys - 12 Segments (Various between Londgon Street, Smart Street, Wiley Street, Meridian Street and between Broadway Street, Madison Avenue, Main Street, Washington Street)
    • Meadowview Lane

State Road 37

State Road 37 will be closed in Martinsville for most of 2021. The nearly 5-mile section of S.R. 37 extends from S.R. 39 to Morgan Street, just north of S.R. 44 in Johnson County. During this closure, crews are building a section of the future I-69 that will connect Martinsville to Indianapolis.

View INDOT Detour Map

Traffic Tickets & Deferrals

If you received a traffic ticket for violating a local ordinance, you may be eligible to participate in Greenwood’s Ordinance Violation Deferral Program

In order to qualify for the program you must complete the Traffic Ticket Ordinance Violation Application.

The Deferral Program, if successfully completed, allows you to avoid having points and a conviction applied to your driving record. If you have questions about paying your ticket or wish to request a court hearing, contact Greenwood City Court at 317.865.8244.

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