News

  • Mar 23 2017
    The Town of Plainfield is pleased to present its 2016 annual report. The report looks at different aspects of the Town, such as economic development, town services, infrastructure, parks recreation, and emergency services like police, fire, and communications, and discusses what was done in these areas during 2016. In the same document we also published the Cash Fund Statement, which reflects our financial position as of the end of the year. We have a strong balance sheet, a AA+ bond rating, a... details
  • Mar 21 2017
    It's time for another Meet the Town Manager event! Please plan to come to the Richard A Carlucci Recreation Aquatic Center, 651 Vestal Road, on Thursday evening, April 20, for a 6 p.m. presentation. Town Manager Andrew Klinger will highlight some of the projects the Town is working on as well as hear from citizens about any concerns they might have. Be sure to join us to learn about what's happening in our Town! (No reservations are necessary. Can't make it? We'll be recapping ... details
  • Mar 14 2017
    The Town of Plainfield is now gathering resumes to fill an opening on the Design Review Committee. By ordinance, this particular member must be a professional architect. All candidates for the position must reside in Hendricks County, but (obviously) a candidate who lives in Plainfield will stand out. The Design Review Committee generally meets at 4 p.m. on the second Tuesday of the month. For more information or to send a resume, please contact Joe James, Director of Planning, at jjames@town.pl... details
  • Mar 1 2017
    Plainfield Parks Needs You! If you're looking for a part-time or summer job, consider working at Splash Island! We're recruting lifeguards, of course (we even provide the training!), but we are also looking for camp counselors and recreational services employees. Come join the fun at the Richard A. Carlucci Recreation and Aquatic Center in Plainfield this summer! See the flyer for details. ... details
  • Feb 28 2017
    Don't settle for fake news! :) Get the scoop on news affecting the Town of Plainfield right here with the March Plainfield Post! The printed version will be in your utility bills from the Town when they arrive in your mailbox. But for now, if you wish to read the latest news, click below. This month we want you to meet Joel Thacker, our new Fire Chief. Joel was appointed by the Plainfield Town Council on January 9 due to the resignation of former Chief Brian Russell, who remains wit... details
  • Feb 8 2017
    If you have to work over Spring Break but aren t sure what to do with your kids, can we suggest our Spring Break Day Camps? We have two sessions, so whether your school break is for two weeks or one, we re here for you. Week 1: March 20-24. Registration deadline is March 5. Week 2: March 27 31. Registration deadline is March 12. While you re at work, your children will have fun creating various crafts, working as a team in games, sports, and recreation, and just having a fun time do... details
  • Jan 12 2017
    The Parks Recreation News for the first quarter is out! The e-newsletter keeping you up-to-date on what's happening in Plainfield Parks has now been published and is available by clicking below. In this issue, we discuss the status of the indoor aquatic center roof project and when we think we'll have the pool re-opened. Also, we've got the mini-marathon training class starting up soon--although, don't feel like you have to be a marathoner to sign up. (Jeff Banning explains.... details