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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You can now pay your bill online using Doxo.
The Cambridge City Police Department will be answering more of their calls for service over the telephone. “Minor report calls” and “Speak with officer” type calls that do not necessarily require a police officer to arrive in person will be taken over the phone. This is a precautionary practice to help insure not only the safety of our officers, but to help protect the safety of Cambridge City citizens due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus).
It should also be noted, effective at the close of business today, the Cambridge City Municipal Building will be closed to the public until further notice. Citizens can still pay their utilities through the drop box. There will be staff present to answer any phone calls. Please call 478-3522 for any questions regarding your water or trash and call 478-1231 for any police inquiries.
Playgrounds at Creitz Park Closed
By State of Indiana Executive Order 20-08, a directive for Hoosiers to stay at home, Section 7(c), "public access playgrounds may increase spread of COVID-19, and therefore shall be closed." The Town of Cambridge City has closed the playgrounds at Creitz Park until further notice. Creitz Park may remain open, since individuals may go to public parks and open outdoor recreation areas to engage in outdoor activity, provided that individuals comply with social distancing requirements.
- Jeff Gabbard wanted to remind every one on council about Commercial Permits...stating appropriate approvals for Contruction design release needs to be filed before a project starts.
- Since the K-9 handler took a job with the Wayne County Sheriff's department, we are happy to announce an agreement was reached for the sale of K-9 Barry and the associated equipment in the amount of $6000.00.
- Councilor Riggs wanted to remind Attorney Bever a meeting is still needed on the Green Street bridge with the county and the owner of the parking lot that sits near the bridge. Once COVID-19 safe distancing is over and meetings can take place in person, he wants to get this meeting scheduled.
- Riggs also stated anyone who is interested in the millings from the paving projects needs to contact the clerk's office 478-3522 and get their name on a list.
- Discussion on the 4th of July fireworks was placed on hold until a discussion with the Chamber has occurred.
- The Clerk will receive resumes and cover letters until July 1st for the Town Manager's position. resumes can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
- The City building will tentatively open up June 15th to the public. There will be social distancing with one person at a time in the city building to pay due to the size of the area. Customers can still pay online and can also drop their payments in the drop box.
- Approved (2) $750.00 donations from American Legion Gaming for the Police Department and the Fire department.
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.