WELCOME to HUNTERTOWN
It is our privilege to welcome you to the website of Huntertown,
Indiana. This is your link to your local town government.
Every four years, residents in Huntertown elect a five-member
Town Council and a Clerk-Treasurer. All council members are
considered “at large” which means all Huntertown residents
(registered voters) vote on all council positions. The Town Council
elects a President each year. The Town Council holds the
legislative and executive powers for the Town, and the Clerk-Treasurer is responsible for the matters related to the Town’s
Here you will find how to contact the Council Members,
Clerk-Treasurer, read important notices, and report on-line about
code violations, burned out street lights, potholes, etc.
Agendas and minutes, along with public and legal notices will be
posted on the website.
Huntertown is one of the fastest growing areas in the northeast
part of the State of Indiana. Our town continues to grow and attract
Our town council has been challenged with many projects for our
community. Currently we are are in the final stages of building a
new Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Town Council meetings are scheduled for the first and third
Monday of each month. The first Monday, the meeting begins at 6:00
p.m. and entertains Public Comments on the agenda at the beginning
of the meeting. The third Monday, a Business meeting is held at 6:00
p.m. All meetings are held at the town hall building.
The Utility Service Board meetings are scheduled for the first
Monday of each month at 5:00 p.m.
The Town Council is very excited about our website and
bringing to the community, information about local services and
opportunities for you to learn about your local government.
Utility Payments -
via Invoice Cloud
You can recongnize your Hometown Hero using the following Order
Form by March 1, 2020.
Hometown Hero Form.
Pay your Utility Bills using Invoice Cloud.
Additonal information is available on
Town Utilities page.
The Huntertown Water Works Annual Water Quality Report (Consumer
Confidence Report) for 2018
dated June 5, 2019
is now available at the following link:
2018 Water Quality Rpt.
Now available on the Town Utilities page are application forms for Utility Automatic Payment
and Water Sprinkling Credit.
Republic Services would like to encourage Huntertown residents to
review the following tips for Recycling Pickup. A Recycling
Tips Sheet is available at the following link:
Recycling Handout Additonally, Republic Services has
prepared 2 short videos to aid in recycling (link).
Clean Dry Kickoff and
The Allen County Dept. of Environmental Management will launch a
weekly Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) drop-off program at their
refurbished facility located at 2260 Carrol Road. The HHW drop-off
will be open every Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. More
infomation is available at the following link:
Please send your Community Calendar items to Ryan Schwab.