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Phone: 812.663.3344
Address: 314 West Washington Street, Greensburg, IN 47240

Mayor Dan Manus

Mayor Joshua Marsh

We are glad you are visiting our Greensburg website. The Tower Tree City is the county seat of Decatur County, surrounded by communities filled with people proud to live in southeastern Indiana. Greensburg is known for its friendliness and the opportunity for families to walk around the block feeling secure and happy. Greensburg features quality education, a strong industrial base, retail shopping, special restaurants, outstanding medical facilities, a great library and lifestyles appealing to young and old alike. We're small enough to be your neighbor and dedicated to providing quality living...
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Paying Your Monthly Water Bill or Applying For Service Just Got Even Easier!

The Greensburg Water and Wasterwater Billing Office now offers residents an opportunity to pay their water bills directly online through this website. You can also register to have your monthly bill automatically withdrawn from your checking account if you so desire. We are working hard to save you time and money. The system is secure and payments are quick and easy! Register to begin today!
Register To Pay Bill Pay Your Bill AutoPay Application New Service Application New Construction Application

Did You Know That The City Posts Written As Well As Audio From Our Monthly Meetings?

Miss a meeting you really wanted to attend? Maybe you are just interested in your local government and would like more information on what is happening in the great City of Greensburg? We understand that you cannot always make every meeting due to your own commitments. We post the audio as well as written approved minutes right here on our website.

Click the menu above for the correct department you wish to listen to and choose the Meeting Minutes tab.




CITY'S COVID-19 INFORMATION:


CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE DECATUR COUNTY COVID-19 DASHBOARD

Click here to download the Resource Guide for COVID-19 FOR IMPACTED HOOSIERS

Fishing at the Reservoir is closed until further notice. Thank you.

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Applications now available for the City of Greensburg
COVID-19 Response Small Business Grant

Greensburg, IN - The Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs (OCRA) announced in March that the City of Greensburg was awarded a $250,000 grant through Indiana's new COVID-19 Response Program. Applications for small businesses are now available for this grant program.

The $250,000 grant will provide loans to local small business owners who are Low-to-Moderate Income (LMI) or to retain LMI jobs. The funds will be processed through the Greensburg Decatur County Economic Development Corporation revolving loan program.

"We sincerely appreciate the partnership of OCRA, The City of Greensburg, and ARa," said Executive Director of the Greensburg/Decatur County EDC Bryan Robbins. "Having these funds as a grant should simplify the process even further for local businesses, helping to reach some of the smaller firms that might not have been able to take advantage of the larger federal programs.  To have this pool of money at a local level is a great asset to our community's economy."

"When we were alerted that OCRA was shifting priority to help businesses, Greensburg applied for as much funding as possible," said Mayor Joshua Marsh. "Greensburg's fight with COVID-19 is still ongoing, and we must do what we can for our small businesses as they recover from the damage done to our economy. I am very hopeful that we can provide some relief in this time of need to our businesses as Decatur County continues to cautiously reopen."

Applications for this grant can be downloaded here. Applications must be made soon to City of Greensburg Communications Director Kristen Williams. Applications can be emailed to kwilliams@greensburg.in.gov or mailed to City Hall, Attention Kristen Williams.


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ROAD CLOSURE: Waterline work will begin on/after Monday, June 22 on SR 46 over Gas Creek in Greensburg. SR 46 will be closed for 30 days between Lincoln Street and Poplar Street, following waterline work, and is expected to reopen in late July, weather permitting. To read more, click here.

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Click here to download the Electronic Sign Requirements Form: Click here to download the Word File // Click here to download the PDF Version

Click here to download the Electronic Sign Message Request Form: Click here to download the Word File // Click here to download the PDF Version

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Click here to download the City of Greensburg's 2019 Annual Water Quality Report

MESSAGE FROM MAYOR JOSHUA MARSH ON COVID-19



board of works

The Board of Works is the chief administrative body of the City of Greensburg government. Its powers include oversight of the day-to-day operations of the following departments:...

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city council

Members of the city council are part-time elected officials who serve for four years and can run for re-election as often as they wish. As individuals, city council members do not ...

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redevelopment commission (TIF)

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water board

The City of Greensburg and the Greensburg Water Department, to fulfill the State of Indiana's Wellhead Protection Rule, are updating their Wellhead Protection Plan...

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QUICK LINKS / EMERGENCY WEATHER

HAZARDOUS WEATHER STATEMENT
This hazardous weather outlook is for eastern central Indiana.

DAY ONE...Today and Tonight. Outlook: There is a chance for a thunderstorms through mid afternoon...mainly north of Interstate-70. Severe storms are not expected. Hazards: Lightning Timing: Before 300 PM.

Discussion: Low pressure moving across Indiana may result in a few thunderstorms mainly north of I-70.

DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Friday through Wednesday. Outlook: Hot with additional thunderstorm chances.

Discussion: Thunderstorm chances will continue on Saturday through Wednesday along with increasingly hot and humid conditions. Heat index values will approach or exceed 100 degrees across all of central Indiana during the afternoon and early evening hours each day, Saturday and Sunday.

UPDATED 7-16-20



LOCAL NEWS

Trash Fee Increase Likely

Hands Free Law begins July 1

COVID-19 Relief For Indiana Farmers

Greensburg Board of Works Monday Night Meeting - June 1, 2020

Greensburg City Council Monday Night Meeting - June 1, 2020

Pandemic Relief Funds Announced

No Decatur County Fair