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Mayor Gary Herbert

Mayor Gary Herbert

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 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 You can also register to have your monthly bill automatically withdrawn from your checking account if you so desire.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!
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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.


MEETING ANNOUNCEMENT:

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)

The primary responsibilities of cities and towns include maintaining their communities and their downtowns as attractive places in ...


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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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DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT. OUTLOOK: FREEZING RAIN...POSSIBLY MIXED WITH SLEET...WILL MAKE FOR ICY CONDITIONS THIS MORNING. PRECIPITATION WILL CHANGE TO RAIN THIS AFTERNOON AS TEMPERATURES WARM...THEN TRANSITION BACK TO LIGHT SNOW BEFORE ENDING OVERNIGHT. HAZARDS: ICY ROADS...BRIDGES AND OVERPASSES DUE TO FREEZING RAIN THIS MORNING. MINOR FLOODING MAY OCCUR THIS AFTERNOON AND TONIGHT IN SOME AREAS AS RAIN FALLS ON PRIOR SNOWPACK AND FROZEN GROUND...AS WELL AS IN AREAS WHERE STREET DRAINS ARE CLOGGED BY SNOW. TIMING: ICY CONDITIONS THROUGH LATE MORNING. MINOR FLOODING POSSIBLE THIS AFTERNOON AND TONIGHT. DISCUSSION: WINTRY PRECIPITATION MAINLY IN THE FORM OF FREEZING RAIN WILL OVERSPREAD CENTRAL INDIANA EARLY THIS MORNING. THIS WILL CREATE ICY CONDITIONS ON ROADS THIS MORNING. PRECIPITATION WILL CHANGE TO ALL RAIN THIS AFTERNOON AS TEMPERATURES WARM INTO THE UPPER 30S INTO THE 40S. RAIN WILL CHANGE TO LIGHT SNOW LATE TONIGHT AS A COLD FRONT PASSES THROUGH..

DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...WEDNESDAY THROUGH MONDAY. OUTLOOK: SNOW WILL DEVELOP WEDNESDAY AND WEDNESDAY NIGHT... ESPECIALLY ALONG AND SOUTH OF INTERSTATE 70. SOME LIGHT ACCUMULATION IS LIKELY. WIND CHILL VALUES WEDNESDAY NIGHT THROUGH THURSDAY NIGHT WILL FALL WELL BELOW ZERO ACROSS MUCH OF THE AREA. DISCUSSION: A SECOND LOW PRESSURE WILL TRACK ALONG THE COLD FRONT THROUGH THE TENNESSEE VALLEY ON WEDNESDAY. THIS FEATURE WILL BE CLOSE ENOUGH TO SPREAD SNOW NORTH INTO THE REGION WEDNESDAY AND WEDNESDAY NIGHT. COLD TEMPERATURES WILL FOLLOW AS HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS INTO THE AREA FOR LATE WEEK.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN INDIANAPOLIS HAS ISSUED A FREEZING RAIN ADVISORY...WHICH IS IN EFFECT UNTIL NOON EST TODAY. THIS REPLACES THE WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY. * MAIN IMPACT: ROADS MAY BECOME SLICK DUE TO FREEZING RAIN AND SLEET. TRAVEL MAY BECOME DIFFICULT. * ACCUMULATIONS: 0.10 TO 0.15 OF AN INCH OF ICE ACCUMULATION POSSIBLE. LIGHT SLEET MAY MIX IN WITH THE FREEZING RAIN EARLY THIS MORNING. * TIMING: FREEZING RAIN WILL OVERSPREAD CENTRAL INDIANA EARLY THIS MORNING. WARM AIR MOVING INTO THE AREA WILL ALLOW ALL PRECIPITATION TO CHANGE OVER TO RAIN BY NOON. THE MORNING COMMUTE IS LIKELY TO BE SLOWED AT TIMES BY SLICK SPOTS ON ROADWAYS. * OTHER IMPACTS: SOME AREAS MAY BE ESPECIALLY SLICK WITH FREEZING RAIN FALLING ON EXISTING SNOW PACK. ADDITIONALLY... EXISTING SNOW MAY CLOG STREET DRAINS AND CAUSE FLOODING... ESPECIALLY IN LOW LYING AREAS. A FREEZING RAIN ADVISORY MEANS THAT PERIODS OF FREEZING RAIN OR FREEZING DRIZZLE WILL CAUSE TRAVEL DIFFICULTIES. BE PREPARED FOR SLIPPERY ROADS. SLOW DOWN AND USE CAUTION WHILE DRIVING.

River flooding may develop this week in central and southern Indiana. The combination of melting snow and rain on Tuesday and much of Tuesday night may cause river flooding to develop by Wednesday. At this time flooding is expected to be rather limited. However if temperatures rise into the middle to upper 40s or higher and accompanied with an inch or more of rainfall...significant flooding could develop. As of early Monday afternoon...streams and rivers remained low..Snow depth ranged from less than an inch near the Ohio River in extreme southern Indiana to more than 10 inches in central Indiana. Water equivalent of the snow pack in central was at least an inch in several areas. The ground remains frozen in much of the state and will likely remain frozen during this rain event. As a result, almost all of the rain and melting snow will run directly into the streams. If drainage culverts remain covered with snow and/or debris...local flood problems may develop.