The Cambridge City Town Council meets the second Monday of each month in the City Building. The meetings are open to the public.  


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Recent Meeting Notes

  • Buzz Krohn, a consultant for Indiana governments, provided information on how the town collects revenue and what to expect moving forward. He also advised the town can pursue water improvements through grants and loans.
  • Commonwealth Engineers passed out their preliminary engineering report which looked at the current water systems at the industrial area and the town for future improvements. 
  • Resolution #3-2020 was approved unanimously for the Comprehensive Plan to move forward.
  • Resolution #4-2020 was approved for a joint bid with Western Wayne Regional Sewage District and the town for a purchase of a Vactor Truck. The town will pay 1/3 of the cost and the sewage district will pay 2/3 because Cambridge City will supply the personnel to operate the equipment. 
  • Approval for Debbie Gettinger to use Shelter House #2 the afternoon of September 20 for a gathering to mark the 20-year anniversary of her son Adam's death, soon followed by the death of her son Matthew. A memorial service and cook-out are planned to remember them. 
  • Clerk-Treasurer Sherry Ervin said about 40 utility customers have not paid utility bills since March with past-due balances of as much as $600.00. Council supported breaking the bills into six payments to help customers avoid disconnection. Customers who receive a letter will need to sign and return it to the City building. If the customer pays their September bill along with the 1/6 of their current bill that is past due, no disconnections will be made. 
  • Fire Chief Gabbard reported free smoke detectors are available and will be installed by firefighters at no charge. Residents can call the city building at 765-478-3522 to get on the schedule.

Cambridge City Drinking Water Quality Report

Cambridge City Water Works is pleased to present this year’s Drinking Water Quality Report. This report is designed to keep you informed about the quality of your drinking water over the past year. Our goal is to provide you, the customer, with a safe and dependable supply of drinking water.

Cambridge City Town Council Meeting video available courtesy of Whitewater Community Television