Welcome to the Town of New Carlisle

 

New Carlisle Town Hall
124 E. Michigan St.
New Carlisle, IN 46552

New Carlisle Town Hall

Hours:
Monday-Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Phone:574.654.3733
Fax: 574.654.8876

Last Updated 6/20/17

Road Closures

US 20 Viaduct

Upcoming Events

 

Click here for the Summer Parks Program Schedule

70th Annual New Carlisle Firemen's Ball
Saturday, June 24th
7 p.m.

Hometown Days Friday, July 28th
12 p.m. - 8 p.m., Saturday, July 29th 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. and Sunday, July 30th
10 a.m. - 4 p.m.


Sidewalk Saturday Saturday, July 29th

Wiffle®Ball Championship

Saturday, July 29 - Sunday, 30th


Discover New Carlisle's Beer & Wine Walk
Saturday, August 26th

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Project Update: 

Unfortunately, there has been no progress made by either party involved in the issue at the viaduct.  President Carter spoke with the representative of Norfolk Southern again today at 1PM and was informed that INDOT has NOT forwarded the required reports to them for review.  Without these reports, Norfolk Southern cannot allow work to resume.

The Council reached out to our representatives including State Sen. Mike Bohacek, State Rep. Ryan Dvorak, Congresswoman Jackie Walorski, Sen. Todd Young and Sen. Joe Donnelly some time ago to request assistance with this issue.  We have stressed that the closure of the viaduct, currently in the seventh week and 3 weeks past the planned closure timeline, is not merely an inconvenience but is detrimental to our local businesses.  The impact on emergency services to parts of the north side of Town includes a delay in response time that is unacceptable.

Sen. Donnelly has been in contact with Council President Carter as well as both the railroad and INDOT multiple times on our behalf and is working to help find a resolution to this issue.  Rep. Dvorak requested additional information on the issue for review so that they can offer assistance.  We received a form letter from State Sen. Bohacek and Congresswoman Walorski’s office referred us to INDOT.

We strongly suggest that you continue to contact our representatives and stress the negative impact that this stalled project has on our town and that immediate resolution of this issue is imperative. 

 

Governor: Eric Holcomb
Email
Phone: 317-232-4567
Mail: Office of the Governor, Statehouse, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Senator: Joe Donnelly
Email
Phone (Indianapolis): 317-226-5555
Phone (Washington, D.C.): 202-224-4814
Mail (Indianapolis): 115 N. Pennsylvania St., Suite 100, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Mail (Washington, D.C.): 720 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20510
Senator: Todd Young
Email
Phone (Indianapolis): 317-226-6700
Phone (Washington, D.C.): 202-224-5623
Mail (Indianapolis): 46 East Ohio Street, Suite 462, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Mail (Washington, D.C.): B33 Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20510
Representative for District 2: Jackie Walorski
Email
Phone (Mishawaka): 574-204-2645
Phone (Washington, D.C.): 202-225-3915
Mail (Mishawaka): 202 Lincolnway East Suite #101, Mishawaka, IN 46544
Mail (Washington, D.C.): 419 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20515
State Senator Mike Bohacek
Email: Senator.Bohacek@iga.in.gov
Phone: 800-382-9467 or 317-232-9400
Mail: 200 W. Washington St., Indianapolis, IN 46204
State Rep. Ryan Dvorak
Email: http://indianahousedemocrats.org/contact-ryan-dvorak/
Phone: 800-382-9842
Mail: 200 W. Washington St., Indianapolis, IN 46204


Reminder, you must have a golf cart permit to use your golf cart in town. Golf carts are not allowed in the parks, or on the sidewalks. The only exception is the section of sidewalk on the south side of Michigan Street starting west of Thunderbird that continues to County Line Road. You may click here to view our Golf Cart Ordinance.

In an effort to reach all consumers, the 2017 Consumer Confidence Report (Water Quality Report) can be viewed here.

Information for Summer Sprinkling Rates can be found
here.


 

Monday, April 24th, 2017

County Line Railroad Crossing Update


Due to concerns expressed regarding the delayed emergency services response times that could be experienced and the limited access to town during the viaduct phase of INDOT's project, Norfolk Southern has postponed the closing of the County Line Road crossing until later this summer.  A big thank you to Tony Kaser of Rieth-Riley, Gregg Kowalski of INDOT, and to Norfolk Southern for all of their work to help us resolve this issue.

 

U.S. 20 Closure in New Carlisle to Restore Railroad Underpass


The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) is alerting drivers to the closure of U.S. 20, between Marvel Lane and S. Race Street in New Carlisle Monday, May 1 through the beginning of June. Crews will close this section of U.S. 20 for thirty days to repair and restore the road under the railroad viaduct.

During the project, U.S. 20 will be closed to all through traffic at this location. State road detours must be along state-maintained roadways only. Drivers traveling west on U.S. 20 will be detoured south on U.S. 31, west on State Road 2 and back to U.S. 20. Drivers traveling east on U.S. 20 will be detoured east on State Road 2, north on U.S. 31and back to U.S. 20. (See map)

Drivers can monitor road closures and traffic alerts at any time via the INDOT Northwest District http://www.trafficwise.in.gov for INDOT’s TrafficWise Traveler Information Service.