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Money Magazine 2008 Great American TownsCNN Money Magazine Ranks Brownsburg #1 in Indiana, #33 in the Nation
The magazine cited Brownsburg's low crime, strong economy, affordable homes, and excellent schools as factors for placing Brownsburg at the top. Brownsburg is a vibrant and progressive community with an award-winning school district that includes an advanced learning center for students. Brownsburg offers a wide variety of shopping, dining, lodging and recreational activities.


The Town Council consists of five members elected to serve as the legislative branch. Members are chosen by the residents of the Town and serve four-year staggered terms. The Town Council may adopt ordinances and resolutions to improve the performance of the town, and they may purchase, hold,and convey any interest in property for the use of the town. The Town Council may also adopt and use a common seal and exercise all powers that are needed for the effective operation of local governmental affairs.

The Town Council is authorized to budget and appropriate funds to provide membership for the town and the officials and members of the municipality's boards, council, departments or agencies whose purpose is the betterment and improvement of municipal operations. The Town Council is further authorized to budget and appropriate funds to pay the expenses of authorized representatives to attend the meetings and functions of organizations to which municipality belongs.

The Town Council meets at Town Hall at 7 p.m. on the second and fourth Thursday of every month, except in November and December. Meetings are open to the public. Agenda materials are available to the public in advance of the meeting and live video is streamed on the website. VIDEO STREAMING>>

BROWNSBURG TOWN COUNCIL MEMBERS:
 

Sean Benham, President representing Ward 5
Sean BenhamSean Benham has worked as a Risk Control Consultant with CNA Insurance since 1993.  He has been a resident of Brownsburg since 1999 with his wife and three children.  He has previously served on the Town of Brownsburg Redevelopment Commission, Economic Development Commission, Brownsburg Improvement Committee, and the steering committee for the Town’s Comprehensive Plan.  He currently serves as a deacon and junior church superintendent  for his church.

Education:  B.S with Honors, Occupational Safety, Minor in Mathematics, 1990, Iowa State University

Professional Affiliations:  National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), Insurance Loss Control Association (ILCA)

Brian Jessen, Vice President representing Ward 3
JessenBrian Jessen is a Project Management and Marketing professional for almost ten years.  Currently, he works in procurement for EmployIndy, helping the long term unemployed return to work. 

He is married to Ronna Jessen and they have a son (and daughter-in-law) and daughter (and son-in-law) with one grandchild.
 
Education: Purdue University

 
Dennis Dawes, Member representing Ward 1
Dennis Dawes Dennis Dawes worked for Hendricks Regional Health for 40 years, 38 of those as President/CEO. Dawes serves on the boards of directors for the State Bank of Lizton, Brownsburg Chamber of Commerce, Indiana Donor Network and Life Centers. He is a member of Brownsburg Rotary Club and serves on the Elder Board of his church. He is married to Yao-Hsin Dawes and they have two sons and four grandchildren.
 
Education: Taylor University and Indiana University School of Medicine

Christopher Worley, Member representing Ward 2
Chris WorleyChris Worley has been an involved citizen with the Town of Brownsburg since becoming a homeowner here in 2004. Following Town government closely, both as an interested citizen and a reporter for a town newspaper, he became familiar with the operations of most all aspects of Town government.  He has served on the Advisory Plan Commission since 2014.

He has one son, a graduate of Brownsburg High School. His community interests include a volunteer mentoring program for the broadcast of Brownsburg High School sporting events. Chris has been a contract employee of Allison Transmission for the past 24 years.
 
Ashley Bacsu, Member representing Ward 4
Ashley HobbsAshley Bacsu is a small business owner and has been a Brownsburg resident for her entire life. Since October 2012, she has been the owner of CrossFit 317, which serves as the fitness home for a community of more than 80 individuals on the west side of Indianapolis and Hendricks County. Having an interest in sports for a long time, Hobbs played softball at University of Evansville and Indiana University as well as continuing to coach at IU. Switching her career path to strength and conditioning, she has worked for some of the top sports performance institutions including UCLA and Athlete's Performance. She also finished her prosthetic certification from Northwestern University in 2013 and continues to see patients at Central Brace and Limb Co (family owned O&P business) alongside her father.  

Education: M.S. Sport Science, Indiana University 2011; B.S. Exercise Science, Indiana University, 2009; Prosthetic Certificate, Northwestern University, 2013

The Town of Brownsburg operates under a Town Council - Manager form of government. The Town Manager is hired by the Town Council to manage the daily affairs and operations of the town and serve as the Chief Executive Officer. The Town Manager ensures that town services are performed in accordance with Town Council policies and within the capability of the Town's resources.   

 

The Town Manager is responsible for economic development. The Town Manager is the individual who directs the day to day operations of the Town in carrying out the policy directives of the Town Council. In the Town Manager's Office, and throughout all of our departments, we strive to deliver the best possible services to our community. We are dedicated to our organization's values of responsiveness, integrity, passion, innovation and partnership. 

Grant A. Kleinhenz, ICMA-CM
@BrownsburgTM


GrantKleinhenzKleinhenz began his tenure with the Town as the Assistant Town Manager in April 2011, and was named Town Manager a year later. Kleinhenz has 21 years experience in public service, including several municipal management positions. Since joining the Brownsburg administration, he has implemented a biennial town-wide citizen satisfaction survey, led the development of the municipality's first organizational strategic plan, enhanced the community's walkablity by expanding the trail system, and improved roads and infrastructure including the completion of the Ronald Reagan Parkway in partnership with Hendricks County. Under his leadership, the Town has secured nearly $40 million in federal funds for capital projects and it maintains a Standard & Poor's AA+ bond rating.
 
Prior to joining the Town of Brownsburg administration, Kleinhenz was the City Manager for the City of Centralia, Illinois from 2004-2011. He served as the Humboldt, Iowa, City Administrator in 2003-2004 and was the Town of Fishers, Indiana, Assistant Town Manager from 1999-2003.  He started his career in public service as the Executive Director for the Ripley County Economic Development Corporation located in Versailles, Indiana from 1997-1999.
 

Education:
B.S., Public Affairs Management, Indiana University
M.B.A., Indiana Wesleyan University
Graduate, University of Oklahoma's Economic Development Institute

Certifications:
International City/County Management Association Credentialed Manager (ICMA-CM)

Memberships:
International City Management Association (ICMA)
Indiana Municipal Management Association (IMMA)

Personal: Kleinhenz and his wife of 22 years, Paisley, have five children and live in Brownsburg.

 
 

The Assistant Town Manager ensures the town will operate in the most efficient and effective way possible and is tasked with finding operational efficiencies and managing the town's budget process. The Assistant Town Manager is dedicated to the well-being and safety of the town employees so they are able to deliver excellent service to the residents of the Town of Brownsburg. With excellence as our standard, and a deep sense of pride, the Town Manager's office is dedicated to preserving the traditions of our past while continually investing in our future.

Brian Hartsell, ICMA-CM
@Brownsburg_ATM

B_HartsellBrian Hartsell, ICMA-CM has been with the Town of Brownsburg since July 2012 after serving three years as the Assistant to the City Administrator and Mayor for the City of Bonney Lake, Washington, where he secured more than $1 million in grant funds to support infrastructure improvement projects, professional services, and disaster recovery.  Hartsell's projects also included revitalizing the City's surplus program, improving the utility billing and public defense service contracts, and launching an energy efficiency program to reduce costs and improve value.

Previously, Hartsell spent nine years as a healthcare administrator in the United States Air Force and at St. Anthony's Medical Center in St. Louis. His duties included managing multi-million dollar supply, equipment and service contracts, overseeing fleet and facility management, vendor relations; and emergency management functions. 
Education:
B.S., Psychology, Brigham Young University
Graduate, Air Force's Officer's Training School
M.P.A., Brigham Young University's Marriott School of Management 
Personal: Hartsell and his wife, Tyrene, have two sons and two daughters.  

The Clerk-Treasurer is an elected position with a term of four years.  The Clerk-Treasurer may administer oaths, take depositions, and take acknowledgements of instruments as required by law. The Clerk-Treasurer's office is responsible for providing budget proposals to the Town Council and maintaining budget line items throughout the course of the current fiscal year.

The Clerk-Treasurer may perform many duties, but some of these include receiving and caring for all Town monies, paying them out upon order of the Town Council and keeping accounts of all Town monies.  Employees of the Clerk-Treasurers office also file monthly reports with the Town Council, showing all receipts and disbursements of the Town from the preceding month, maintaining records which are open for inspection by the Town Council.  In addition, the Clerk-Treasurer issues all licenses, attends all Town Council meetings and maintains records of all its proceedings.

Ann HathawayClerk-Treasurer Ann Hathaway is a resident of Brownsburg since 1994. She and her husband of 26 years, David, have three children who are well educated by and have been involved in Brownsburg schools. Born in Greensburg, Indiana, Ann was graduated by Greensburg Community High School and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Ball State University. She has 21 years of accounting experience in the contracting, insurance and banking industries.

Education:
B S in Accounting from Ball State University
Community Affiliations: Brownsburg Chamber of Commerce, Board Member of the Brownsburg Kiwanis, previously serving as treasurer. Funeral Dinner Volunteer and Adult Choir for St Malachy Church. 

      

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Advisory Plan Commission - A seven member commission in charge of preparing a comprehensive plan, zoning ordinances, approving development plans as well as assigning street addresses. The Plan Commission is scheduled to meet the fourth Monday of every month at 6 p.m. 

Board of Police Commissioners - Made up of five members, including one town council member. The Police Commission is scheduled to meet the second Tuesday of every month at 6 p.m.

Board of Zoning Appeals - A five member board that deals with granting variances and special exceptions/ conditional uses, also handle appeals from administrative decisions. The Board of Zoning Appeals is scheduled to meet the second Monday of every month at 7 p.m.

Economic Development Commission - Made up of three members that promote and support quality economic development, to increase the number of quality jobs within the Town, to increase in non-resident share of the tax base as well as support current local businesses within the Town. The Economic Development Commission is scheduled to meet the third Wednesday of every month at 5 p.m. 

Park Board - Made up of six members that are committed to serving citizens by providing quality parks, recreation facilities, and programs, thereby ensuring that the Town continues to be a livable place where all citizens can enjoy a wide range of leisure and recreational opportunities. The Park Board is scheduled to meet the third Thursday of every month at 6:30 p.m.

Redevelopment Authority - Three member board organized for the following purposes; financing, constructing and leasing local public improvements to the Commission and/or owned by the Authority and leasing them to the Commission; to acquire all or a portion of local public improvements owned by the Authority and leasing them to the Commission. The Redevelopment Authority only meets as they are called. 

Redevelopment Commission -  Made up of six members that promote a positive town image through well designed, high quality development; assist with planning and development of businesses in designated areas within the Town; secure comfortable quality of life for residents; as well as aid in the elimination of inappropriate land use. The Redevelopment Commission is scheduled to meet the first Tuesday of every month at 6 p.m.

Impact Fee Review Board - Three citizen member board hears appeals from developers and builders relative to Impact Fees assessed to their proposed development for infrastructure identified in the Town of Brownsburg Zone Improvement Plan. 

Brownsburg Improvement Committee- The Brownsburg Improvement Committee is organized to promote the social welfare interests of the Town of Brownsburg community through the preservation, protection and redevelopment of Brownsburg's traditional downtown area. 

Greg AndersonGregory Anderson joins the Town administration after serving as the community and economic development coordinator for the Village of Machesney Park, Illinois. He helped plan a retail marketing campaign, prepared redevelopment agreements and incentive packages, and helped the village expand its new job base by more than 300 percent.

Before coming to Brownsburg, Anderson directed economic development for the City of Westfield, Indiana, from 2007 to 2009. He has a broad background in economic development, with previous service in land acquisition, planning and real estate. He was recognized as the Will-Grundy (Ill.) Counties HBA Builder of the Year.

Education:
Master of Business Administration from University of Phoenix
B.A. in urban design from Southern Illinois University

Memberships:
American Institute of Certified Planners
American Planning Association

Brownsburg Innovation Zone

The Brownsburg Fire Territory provides around the clock fire and emergency medical coverage for Brown Township, Lincoln Township, and the Town of Brownsburg. In addition, the BFT spends considerable time working within the community to provide education and training to the public. The fire territory has also been on the forefront in leading Homeland Security notification efforts within Indiana.

BROWNSBURG FIRE TERRITORY WEBSITE>>

The Fleet Maintenance Department provides support services for all Town of Brownsburg vehicles, equipment and tools. Responsibilities include: maintenance and repair of the Town fleet; overseeing fuel resources; fleet vehicle acquisition, specifications and disposal; processing insurance claims for accidents involving the Town fleet.  The Fleet Maintenance facility is designed to keep the Town of Brownsburg vehicles on the road while lowering costs by using modern maintenance practices and technologies. The Fleet Maintenance facility uses electronic resources to maintain records. Computerized fleet management software provides information from which data is extracted and reports are generated. Reports allow Fleet staff to bill monthly departmental repair and fuel costs, in addition to analyzing vehicle and equipment condition, maintenance needs, history, and expenditures.

Human Resources will take a leadership role and provide service in support of The Town of Brownsburg’s vision by promoting the concept that our employees are our most valuable resource and will be treated as such. The HR department will act as a catalyst to enable all employees to contribute at optimum levels toward the success of the Town.

We will do this by:

  • Ensuring the human resources department staff are given the tools, training and motivation to operate in the most efficient and effective manner.
  • Promoting and recruiting the best qualified people, recognizing and encouraging the value of diversity in the workplace.
  • Providing a competitive salary and benefits package and developing the full potential of our workforce by providing training and development for career enhancement.
  • Providing a work atmosphere that is safe, healthy, and secure and conscious of long-term family and community goals.
  • Establishing, administering and effectively communicating sound policies, rules and practices that treat employees with dignity and equality while maintaining company compliance with employment and labor laws, corporate directives and labor agreements.

The Town of Brownsburg is an equal opportunity employer. The Town considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, or any other legally protected status. Positions within the various departments become available from time to time and are advertised accordingly. The Town is required to participate in the federal government’s E-Verify program.

The Town offers a competitive benefits package with paid holidays, vacation and sick time as well as longevity pay. There is a self-insured health plan (medical, dental & vision), life insurance, wellness center along with other benefits.

Please see the Job Openings  page for current employment opportunities.

Welcome to Your Brownsburg Parks!

Brownsburg Parks is your place to find affordable, wholesome family fun and entertainment; personal development through enrichment, physical activity and healthy lifestyle activities; and social interaction with other community members. We manage more than 300 acres of park land and open space and offer a variety of recreation programs, activities and special events annually. Take a moment to view our video "Brownsburg Parks: Your Place to Play."

Browse our website to learn more about our activities and programs or to register for before- and after-school care, camps, extended break child care and activities. You'll also discover information outlining future park development within our Town, our strategic business plan and feedback we've received from the community through multiple surveys. 

Like the Town of Brownsburg, Brownsburg Parks are growing and offering additional services and amenities to community members. We're excited about the changes happening in your parks and hope you are, too! Thank you for choosing Brownsburg Parks!
Vision
“To enhance the quality of life in Brownsburg and further its economic development goals to create a community of choice to live, work and play now and for future generations.”
 
Mission
“To maximize resources in providing beautiful parks, recreation activities and quality facilities to the Brownsburg community that enhance residents' health and promote economic vitality for long-term sustainability.”


PMLB
Socially - Parks and recreation strengthens community ties.
 
Physically - Parks and recreation engage all ages in healthy lifestyles.
 
Mentally - Parks and recreation provide enrichment opportunities all year for youth and adults.
 
Economically - Parks raise property values, recreation provides jobs to area youth, and special events contribute to the economic impact to local business.
The Department of Development Services provides technical expertise and advice to Town administration and officials as well as citizens and building professionals regarding planning techniques and processes, adopted plans, ordinances, and building regulations and how those impact community concerns, opportunities and priorities. Responsibilities range from planning for future community development to inspecting completed building projects and code enforcement.  

The department functions as staff for the Advisory Plan Commission, Board of Zoning Appeals, and Town Council. The Planning Department's main responsibilities are:

  • Short- and long-range planning for land use, etc.
  • Project review
  • Zoning and Subdivision Control Ordinance enforcement and
  • Ensuring that the Comprehensive Plan and other special area plans are consulted and followed.

The Town of Brownsburg has adopted the following building codes with Indiana Amendments:

2003 International Residential Code (IRC)
2012 International Building Code (IBC)
2008 National Electrical Code (NEC)
2012 International Mechanical Code (IMC)
2012 International Fuel Gas Code (IFGC)
2012 International Fire Code (IFC)
2006 International Plumbing Code (IPC)

Construction Standards Specifications and Details>>

Town of Brownsburg Comprehensive Plan>>

The Brownsburg Police Department provides 24-hour protective service to the residents of the Brownsburg community. Visit their website to find more information about the Department as well as its state-of-the-art training facility in Brownsburg.

The Purchasing Manager is responsible for safeguarding public funds by ensuring the best value is received for every public dollar spent. All purchases of supplies, equipment and contractual services (except professional services) where the cost exceeds $50,000 are purchased on the basis of formal competitive sealed bids or proposals. 

Purchases of $50,000 and less are made on the open market. Whenever possible these purchases are based on a minimum of three informal quotes. Vendors shall not make sales to Town employees without first contacting the Purchasing Manager. Quotes may be solicited by mail, email, fax or telephone. Purchases are made directly by Town departments using purchase orders.

The Street Department is responsible for maintaining 250 miles of streets and roads, signs, storm sewers, and right-of-ways. It performs street sweeping, snow removal, limb and leaf collection, street paving and repairs, and mosquito control. The department staff also oversees engineering for new streets and road construction projects.

The Street Department snow removal policy states that trucks begin plowing after 2 inches of snow has accumulated. As you may be aware, not all streets are plowed at the same time because we divide streets into four basic categories: primary arterials, collectors, local, and courts. The primary arterials are Green Street, maintained by the Town of Brownsburg, and US 136 which is plowed and/or salted by the State Highway Department. Keep in mind to not push the snow from your driveway back into the street, and move cars off the streets if possible. For more information on snow plowing and helpful tips you can go here

Town of Brownsburg residents can take advantage of the Street Department's wood chipper, it circulates through the town in the warmer months to pick up limbs and branches. Residents may stack small branches and limbs in their yard behind the curb edge to take advantage of this free Town service. The route runs Monday through Wednesday, with Thursday and Friday reserved for make-up days due to weather or other delays. Want to know what day the it comes to your neighborhood? View or print the route map.

Brownsburg's Stormwater Department delivers a broad range of services related to stormwater quality and quantity. It provides public education, storm system maintenance, inspections, and public drainage improvements and works to reduce the amount of stormwater pollution associated with illegal connections and discharges.

What is stormwater? Stormwater is the runoff from natural precipitation, such as rain water, snow melt or other surface drainage that is transported by streets, sewers, gutters, swales and ditches to local streams, rivers, ponds and lakes.

Ways to prevent stormwater pollution:

  • Don't blow grass or pile leaves on the sidewalk or in the street where they can blow or wash into the storm drains. Aim your mower away from paved areas. Use a leaf blower or broom to move clippings into the yard, not into the street.
  • Don't dump grass clippings or other yard waste into a swale, ditch, or creek. Recycle grass clippings as a natural fertilizer. Leave them on the lawn to biodegrade or compost it for rich natural fertilizer for your plants and garden.
  • Bag your leaves for the Town of Brownsburg's free curbside pickup service in the fall.
  • Properly dispose of yard waste at the Hendricks County Solid Waste Management District's recycling center. Or, check with your trash service to see if they collect bagged yard waste with your weekly trash pick-up.

The Street department offers free yard waste pick up throughout the year. The Street Department's wood chipper circulates through the town Monday through Thursday each week from April through October to pick up limbs and branches. During the fall months, that same truck and crew are out picking up paper recyclable bags full of leaves.  After the Christmas and New Year's holidays, they will pick up and chip Christmas trees for a short time. You can learn more about their pick-up schedule and instructions on how to recycle yard waste by going to their website.

PLAY THE STORMWATER FACEBOOK GAME>>

"Only stormwater belongs in storm drains!"

The Brownsburg Town Court was established in 1992 in an effort to alleviate some of the case load on the Hendricks County Courts.  Town Courts handle all traffic infractions and local ordinance violations as well as criminal misdemeanors. 
 
In addition to the Judge, the court staff consists of two full-time employees.  We currently hold Court on Wednesdays and typically hear between 60 and 70 cases each day. 
 
Please refer to our frequently asked questions for more information. 

The Utility Department is responsible for billing water, sewer, stormwater and public fire protection fees to more than 8,500 residents monthly. The staff helps customers with starting new water utility services, issuing work orders, posting payments and addressing residents' concerns. 

New or current residents wishing to set up new service or transfer service will need to complete the Service Application. There is a $75 deposit required before services can be started. Complete the online application HERE.

The Town offers several easy ways to pay your water utility bill:

Payment is due by midnight on the due date or may be subject to disconnection of service.

In person: Bring your payment to the Utility Office inside Town Hall or use the drive-up window off Adams Street from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. After hours, use the 24-hour payment slot next to the drive up window.

Automatic payments: Enroll in ACH and the Town can automatically deduct the amount of your bill from your bank account on the due date. This will assure your payment is made on time, avoiding any late fees and never writing a check. Complete the online application HERE.

Credit card: Pay by credit card online or over the phone by calling the Utility Office during business hours. There is a $3.45 processing fee to use our third-party vendor Official Payments. Payments must be made by midnight on the due date.

Delinquent Notice: Any time a utility customer becomes more than 30 days past due in payment of their utility bill, the water service will be disconnected. A delinquent notice is mailed out, however it is up to the customer to pay the utility bill on or before the due date regardless if you receive the notice or not. If you are renting a home, both you and your landlord will receive the notice. This notice is the final reminder prior to disconnection of services. If payment is not received by midnight on the due date, your services will be terminated and a $40 fee will be added.  
Call the utility department prior to the due date if you need assistance in resolving this debt. No payment arrangements will be made on the due date.
 
Re-connection Fee: Once the account has been marked for non-payment the disconnection process starts. The customer is required to pay full payment of the delinquent bill plus a $40 fee to cover the cost of disconnection of the line, as well as re-connection, trip and administrative cost.
 
Bad Checks: Customers paying bills with a check drawn on an account with insufficient funds will be notified by door hanger or with a phone call. Services will be terminated if customer fails to correct the deficiency within the time allowed, without further notice. The customer will be responsible for the amount of the check plus a $27.50 NSF fee before services can resume.

The Brownsburg Water Department repairs, maintains and builds water lines, flushes fire hydrants, maintains and operates two water plants, tests water quality and installs water meters as some of its primary functions. Its distribution employees maintain all valves, meters, fire hydrants and water mains. They also are responsible for water testing, water pressure, water leaks and/or main breaks, back flow prevention and utility specifications for new water installations.

The town's water system consists of two treatment facilities and eight deep water wells. The 3.2 million gallons per day (MGD) Plant #1 in Arbuckle Acres Park was put online in 2013. Plant #2 is a pressure filtration system facility built in 1987 and pumps approximately 900,000 gallons per day. Both treatment facilities chlorinate the water when it is received from the wells, then the water is filtered and chlorinated again as it leaves the filters and goes into the system.

The department treats and pumps an average 1.4 MGD from Brownsburg's treatment plants and purchases approximately .5 MGD of water from Citizens Water. A 2 million gallon water tower built in 2003 at County Road 700N contains a booster station that pumps 2,400 gallons per minute to the north sector of our community. There is a 1 million gallon water tower located on South Odell Street.

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Ann Hathaway,
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Chris Keers,
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Claudine E.. Sutton,
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Travis Tranbarger,
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Todd A.. Barker,
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Joe Grimes,
Chief of Police
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Steve Chambers,
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Jim Waggoner,
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Mike J. Good,
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Superintendent of Wastewater
225 S Mardale Dr
Brownsburg, IN 46112
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61 N Green St
Brownsburg, IN 46112
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Ann Hathaway,
Clerk Treasurer
61 N Green St
Brownsburg, IN 46901
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61 N Green St
Brownsburg, IN 46112
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    (317) 858-6044
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Joe Grimes,
Chief of Police
31 N Green St
Brownsburg, IN 46112
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31 N Green St
Brownsburg, IN 46901
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Andy Watts,
Chief of Support Services
31 N Green St
Brownsburg, IN 46901
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    (317) 852-1106 x 2124
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Bryan Fultz,
Chief of Operations
31 N Green Street Br
Brownsburg, IN 46901
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    (317) 852-1109 x 2129
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Andy Watts,
Chief of Support Services
75 Whittington Dr
Brownsburg, IN 46112
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    (317) 858-4178
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    (317) 858-2600
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Kimberly Shupert,
Coordinator - Records, Accreditation & Recruitment
31 N Green St
Brownsburg, IN 46112
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    (317) 852-1104
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    (317) 858-6005
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Peter Fleck,
Community Relations/Juvenile Officer
31 N Green St
Brownsburg, IN 46112
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200 S Green St
Brownsburg, IN 46112
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225 Mardale Dr
Brownsburg, IN 46112
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225 Mardale Dr
Brownsburg, IN 46112
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31 N Green St
Brownsburg, IN 46112
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Debbie Bernhardt,
Utility Office Manager
61 N Green St
Brownsburg, IN 46112
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    (317) 852-1102
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    (317) 858-6036
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Mike J. Good,
Superintendent of Water
Physical Address 220 Mardale Dr
Mailing Address: 61 N Green Street
Brownsburg, IN 46901
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    (317) 852-1138
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    (317) 858-2020
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Kathy Dillon,
Superintendent of Wastewater
225 S Mardale Dr
Brownsburg, IN 46112
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Kathy Dillon,
Superintendent of Wastewater
225 S Mardale Dr
Brownsburg, IN 46112
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Kathy Dillon,
Superintendent of Wastewater
225 Mardale Dr
Brownsburg, IN 46112
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Kathy Dillon,
Superintendent of Wastewater
225 S Mardale Dr
Brownsburg, IN 46112
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Todd A.. Barker,
Director of Development Services
61 N Green St
Brownsburg, IN 46112
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31 N Green St
Brownsburg, IN 46112
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Todd A.. Barker,
Director of Development Services
61 N Green St
Brownsburg, IN 46112
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Greg Anderson,
Economic Development Director
61 N Green St
Brownsburg, IN 46112
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402 E Main St
Brownsburg, IN 46112
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    (317) 858-4172
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Grant A.. Kleinhenz,
Town Manager
61 N Green St
Brownsburg, IN 46112
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Grant A.. Kleinhenz,
Town Manager
61 N Green St
Brownsburg, IN 46112
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Town Hall (more)
61 N Green St
Brownsburg, IN 46112
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Plainfield Guilford Township Public Library, McMil (more)
1120 Stafford Rd
Plainfield, IN 46168
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Todd A.. Barker,
Director of Development Services
61 N Green St
Brownsburg, IN 46112
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Todd A.. Barker,
Director of Development Services
61 N Green St
Brownsburg, IN 46112
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225 S Mardale Dr
Brownsburg, IN 46112
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Kathy Dillon,
Superintendent of Wastewater
225 S Mardale Dr
Brownsburg, IN 46901
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61 N Green St
Brownsburg, IN 46112
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61 N Green St
Brownsburg, IN 46112
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Brownsburg, IN 46112
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Debbie Bernhardt,
Utility Office Manager
61 N Green St
Brownsburg, IN 46112
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Debbie Bernhardt,
Utility Office Manager
61 N Green St
Brownsburg, IN 46112
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Debbie Bernhardt,
Utility Office Manager
61 N Green St
Brownsburg, IN 46112
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Debbie Bernhardt,
Utility Office Manager
61 N Green St
Brownsburg, IN 46112
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    (317) 852-1102
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Debbie Bernhardt,
Utility Office Manager
61 N Green St
Brownsburg, IN 46112
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Kimberly Shupert,
Coordinator - Records, Accreditation & Recruitment

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Daniel Whitaker,
Compliance Coordinator