Mayor Dan Manus
Mayor, City of Greensburg, Indiana
If you would like to contact the Mayor you may call him at 812-663-3344 or you may email him at email@example.com
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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.
Greensburg is an ideal place to live, offering arts and culture, good education, many churches, work opportunities, civic activities and recreation.
A special treasure can be found in the famous Tree on the Courthouse Tower in the historic downtown shopping district.
Greensburg is home to thousands of warm, wonderful people. More than a city, it is a community where family values are strong and where neighborliness is king. The pride of our people in themselves and in their community has been our prime asset in building a diverse economic base, a wholesome quality of life, and a service-oriented city government.
As Mayor of this great city, I invite residents, visitors, and prospective investors to experience all we have to offer. Whether it be one of our local amenities or an attraction in a nearby city, the convenience, security, and peacefulness of Greensburg is a great place to start and an even better place which to return.
We invite you to make your mark here, as many have done, before, or take from here the experience we call home. We welcome you here and invite you back to visit or to stay.
Mayor, City of Greensburg
Scouts' honored at City Hall
Greensburg Mayor Dan Manus briefly ceded his seat to Boy Scout Noah Mack during a visit by several troop members in honor of Boy Scout Day.