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Town Hall Has A New Location!

We have moved. Please visit us at 540 Tracy Road, Suite A, New Whiteland, Indiana 46184

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Upcoming Events

Get the latest information on New Whiteland Town Council meetings, Planning Committee meetings, community events and more!

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News - What's Happening

Read the latest news about "What's Happening" in the Town of New Whiteland

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Pay Your Utility Bills Online

Paying your bills is fast and easy when you use our online utility bill pay system.

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In Depth Look at Proctor Park

"Proctor Park honors those individuals who have protected our community and our nation through their selfless service in our country's armed services and law enforcement, fire protection and emergency services ..."

View the video via YouTube.

Honoring Our Heroes Brick Order Form

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Invoice Cloud Online Payment Info

New Whiteland residents now have the option to pay their Utility Bills online with a credit card or electronic check. You may also file an online request to have your bills sent to you electronically.

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2016 Community Day

Mark your calendars to join us on Saturday, September 24th for the 2nd Annual Greater Whiteland Community Day. The event is held near the Whiteland Town Hall and will feature a parade, vendor booths, the Alaina Day 5K Walk, a car show, food and lots of family activities. The event will close at 6:00 p.m. and everyone is invited to East Park in New Whiteland for Movies in the Park at 7:30.

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Ordinance 2015-08

Just a reminder, New Whiteland has an ordinance regulating the use of permitted consumer fireworks. Fireworks are permitted between the hours of 5:00 p.m. and 2 hours after sunset on June 29, June 30, July 1, July 2, July 3, July 5, July 6, July 7, July 8 and July 9.

Read the entire ordinance here.

We are committed to fostering community pride, building relationships through neighbors helping neighbors and providing a safe place for children to play and grandparents to enjoy their retirement.