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If water is still standing in your yard 72 hours after a rain event, there is a drainage issue. The Stormwater Department will come out and evaluate the issue to determine what needs to be done. Most of the time a drainage issue requires property owner participation in order to resolve the problem. Call the Public Works department 317-839-3490 for more information.
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The Town of Plainfield contracts with Ray's Trash for recycling services. You may find a listing of what is collectible by visiting Ray's Trash Service.
The Department of Public Works (DPW) uses a 5-day-a-week leaf pickup schedule during the fall. Typically it does not change from year to year. View the route pick-up schedule (PDF).
Please contact the DPW at 317-839-3490 with any questions.
View the current snow plow routes (PDF).
The Town has a policy for replacing mailboxes (PDF) that are damaged during snow removal. Print out a form to report damage and file a claim (PDF).
The yard waste site, which is operated by the Hendricks County Solid Waste Management District, is located at:7020 S CR 875 EPlainfield, IN 46168
It is open April through November during the following times:Fridays, Saturdays, and Mondays7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
To tap into Plainfield Water, you must first pay the $1,255 tap and inspection fees at Town Hall. Secondly, you must schedule a tap inspection with the Department of Public Works (DPW) at 317-839-3490 to take place as you are making the tap into town water. You may schedule a meter set with Town Hall at 317-837-0000 when you pay the tap/inspection fee or at a later time.Town Hall is located at:206 W Main StreetPlainfield, IN 46168
Yes, the permit must be applied for online at iWorQ Service Request page. You will need to create an account, if you do not have one, or use your current account. You must include a site plan of work in the right of way and proof of a $2,000 performance bond. No application will be approved without a site plan and performance bond accompanying it.
Plainfield maintains six ground wells. Call the Department of Public Works at 317-839-3490 for more information.
A combination of pumps and elevated water towers. Contact the Department of Public Works at 317-839-3490 for more information.
The town of Plainfield maintains approximately 140 centerline miles. Contact the Department of Public Works at 317-839-3490 for more information.
All curbed streets are swept twice a year and non-curbed streets are swept once a year. Additional sweeping is done on an as-needed basis. Contact the Department of Public Works at 317-839-3490 for more information.
It is up to the property owners to maintain ditches, swales and culvert pipes that run under driveways. The town is responsible for the maintenance of storm pipes and structures. Contact the Department of Public Works at 317-839-3490 for more information.
No, a sump pump can’t be connected directly into a storm pipe. However, in many housing editions, a perimeter pipe has been installed for the sump pump connection. Please check with your Home Owner's Association. If you’re in a location that doesn’t have a perimeter conveyance system, contact the Stormwater Department at 317-839-3490 for other options.