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Building a Stronger Community from within

Good evening Crown Point - this is Mayor David Uran with our weekly message containing very important information: 

 On Monday March 23rd Governor Holcomb issued a “Stay at Home” Executive Order  for all non-essential businesses and their respective employees due to the ongoing and current pandemic of the COVID-19.  

As your Mayor, I am encouraging all residents, businesses, and community partners to adhere to this order which goes into full effect tonight at midnight - your cooperation is imperative for your health and the health our community, state, and country.  

 To view the Governors Executive Order please visit http://www.in.gov/gov/2384.htm

 All City Governmental offices will be operational during normal business hours to answer phone calls and emails.  No walk-ins will be allowed.  All regularly scheduled public meetings are suspended until April 6th. 

 Utility bills (Community Service Bill) may be paid by mail or placed in the 2 designated payment drop boxes outside of City Hall, again no walk-ins will be allowed.

A reminder from our Public Works Department-  Flushing wipes, paper towels and similar products down toilets will clog sewers and cause backups and overflows at wastewater treatment facilities, creating an additional public health risk in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic - please dispose those mentioned items in the trash and not in your toilets. 


Speaking of trash, our Wednesday pick-up will continue with no changes to the current procedure.  Please continue to place your trash near the curb and if all possible place the trash inside a closed container.  

For the most current up to date city information, please visit the following approved city platforms:  Our website at www.crownpoint.in.gov and the following Facebook pages- City of Crown Point, Crown Point Emergency Management, Crown Point Fire Rescue, Crown Point Police Department, and Crown Point Special Events. 


Let’s remember not to feed the hysteria and panic with unreliable information.  The correct information will provide guidance for our community so we can together establish proper precautions and be better prepared. 

 Thank you for listening and being a good community partner in this fight against the Coronavirus pandemic.  

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