Mayor Gary HerbertWe 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...
Paying Your Monthly Water Bill 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 You can also register to have your monthly bill automatically withdrawn from your checking account if you so desire.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!
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.
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The Board of Works is the chief administrative body of the City of Greensburg government. Its powers include oversight of the day-to-day
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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 ...
redevelopment commission (TIF)The primary responsibilities of cities and towns include maintaining their communities and their downtowns as attractive places in ...
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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DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT. OUTLOOK: A LIGHT WINTRY MIX EARLY THIS MORNING WILL TRANSITION TO LIGHT SNOW. WIDESPREAD ACCUMULATING SNOW WILL IMPACT SOUTH CENTRAL INDIANA THIS AFTERNOON AND TONIGHT. HAZARDS: SLICK SPOTS ON ROADWAYS THIS MORNING AS TEMPERATURES FALL BELOW FREEZING. SNOW THIS AFTERNOON AND TONIGHT...PRODUCING SNOW COVERED ROADS AND REDUCED VISIBILITIES. MINOR FLOODING REMAINS POSSIBLE FROM THE RAINS AND SNOWMELT TUESDAY AND TUESDAY NIGHT. SNOW CLOGGED STREET DRAINS MAY CAUSE PONDING OF WATER ON ROADS. VISIBILITY MAY REDUCE BELOW A MILE AT TIMES DUE TO FOG. TIMING: ROADS WILL BECOME SLICK IN SPOTS THIS MORNING AS TEMPERATURES FALL NEAR TO JUST BELOW FREEZING. SNOW WILL BECOME WIDESPREAD THIS AFTERNOON AND TONIGHT. DISCUSSION: A SECOND LOW PRESSURE WILL TRACK ALONG THE COLD FRONT THROUGH THE TENNESSEE VALLEY TODAY AND TONIGHT. THIS STORM SYSTEM WILL WRAP SNOW ACROSS ITS NORTH SIDE INTO THE SOUTHERN HALF OF CENTRAL INDIANA THIS AFTERNOON AND TONIGHT.
DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...THURSDAY THROUGH TUESDAY. OUTLOOK: LIGHT SNOW WILL END THURSDAY MORNING. DRY WEATHER IS THEN EXPECTED INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK. BITTERLY COLD TEMPERATURES THURSDAY AND THURSDAY NIGHT WILL WARM BY EARLY NEXT WEEK. WIND CHILL VALUES THURSDAY THROUGH FRIDAY MORNING WILL FALL BELOW ZERO ACROSS CENTRAL INDIANA. DISCUSSION: STRONG ARCTIC HIGH PRESSURE WILL BUILD IN THURSDAY WITH COLD TEMPERATURES THROUGH FRIDAY. HIGH PRESSURE WILL MAINTAIN DRY CONDITIONS INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK WITH A WARMING TREND.
A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 9 AM EST THURSDAY. * MAIN IMPACT: ACCUMULATING SNOW MAY MAKE TRAVEL DIFFICULT ESPECIALLY THIS AFTERNOON INTO THURSDAY MORNING. * ACCUMULATIONS: 3 TO 5 INCHES ARE EXPECTED BY THURSDAY MORNING. AREAS FROM BROWNSTOWN AND SEYMOUR EAST THROUGH NORTH VERNON MAY APPROACH 6 INCHES. * TIMING: SNOW WILL BECOME HEAVIER THIS AFTERNOON AND CONTINUE INTO EARLY THURSDAY. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY FOR SNOW MEANS THAT PERIODS OF SNOW WILL CAUSE PRIMARILY TRAVEL DIFFICULTIES. BE PREPARED FOR SNOW COVERED ROADS AND LIMITED VISIBILITIES...AND USE CAUTION WHILE DRIVING.