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Events

  1. Heavy Trash Day

    April 17, 2021, 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ DPW Garage

    Plainfield residents may bring acceptable heavy trash items to the designated dumpsters at the Town garage. Items accepted include just about everything except hazardous waste, tires, building materials, or yard waste. This also includes furniture, although residents who bring mattresses will have to handle getting the mattresses out of their vehicle and into the dumpster on their own. For sanitary reasons, DPW staff will not handle such items. Residents should remove gas and oil from mowers and leaf blowers. Items containing Freon like refrigerators and freezers, computers monitors, and televisions may not be brought. Ray’s Document Destruction will be back. The shredder will be set up in the parking lot at the Plainfield Community Middle School, just down Longfellow Lane from the Department of Public Works garage, near the football field. Sensitive documents residents would like to have shredded can be dropped off at the Ray's truck.

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  2. Heavy Trash Day

    April 24, 2021, 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ DPW Garage

    Plainfield residents may bring acceptable heavy trash items to the designated dumpsters at the Town garage. Items accepted include just about everything except hazardous waste, tires, building materials, or yard waste. This also includes furniture, although residents who bring mattresses will have to handle getting the mattresses out of their vehicle and into the dumpster on their own. For sanitary reasons, DPW staff will not handle such items. Residents should remove gas and oil from mowers and leaf blowers. Items containing Freon like refrigerators and freezers, computers monitors, and televisions may not be brought. Ray’s Document Destruction will be back. The shredder will be set up in the parking lot at the Plainfield Community Middle School, just down Longfellow Lane from the Department of Public Works garage, near the football field. Sensitive documents residents would like to have shredded can be dropped off at the Ray's truck.

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Meetings

  1. Town Council Meeting

    April 12, 2021, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

    During the COVID19 pandemic, under the authority granted by the emergency order of the Governor, the Town has transitioned public meetings to virtual meetings conducted using video conferencing software. These “virtual” meetings will be broadcast on-line for anyone to view. A link to the broadcast can be accessed on the Town’s Facebook page and the Town App. Please look to these resources and the Town’s website for more information regarding public meeting schedules and arrangements while in this current state of emergency. When in-person meetings resume, Plainfield Town Council meetings are held at Plainfield Fire Territory Headquarters, 591 Moon Road, Plainfield, at 7:00p.m.

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  2. I-70 to US 40 Corridor Study Public Feedback Session

    April 15, 2021, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ Recreation & Aquatic Center

    The Town of Plainfield and Hendricks County are preparing to take the next steps in planning for a future roadway corridor that would connect I-70 to US 40 somewhere between Quaker Boulevard (formerly SR 267) & SR 39. A future interchange with I-70 was originally identified as part of the Town of Plainfield’s 2004 Comprehensive Plan, and this current study continues to build upon the long-term planning that is necessary for such a significant and impactful decision for by the Community. CMT plans to produce a draft of the final plan, allow for public review and comment and host another Public Input Session on April 15th from 5pm until 7pm. To sign up for the Live Virtual Public Meeting, visit https://projectmeetingonline.com/plainfield-corridor-study/. If you’d like to receive direct communications and links to the plan as they are sent out, please send an email to PlainfieldCorridorStudy@cmtengr.com and request to be on the mailing list.

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  3. Town Council Meeting

    April 26, 2021, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

    During the COVID19 pandemic, under the authority granted by the emergency order of the Governor, the Town has transitioned public meetings to virtual meetings conducted using video conferencing software. These “virtual” meetings will be broadcast on-line for anyone to view. A link to the broadcast can be accessed on the Town’s Facebook page and the Town App. Please look to these resources and the Town’s website for more information regarding public meeting schedules and arrangements while in this current state of emergency. When in-person meetings resume, Plainfield Town Council meetings are held at Plainfield Fire Territory Headquarters, 591 Moon Road,Plainfield, at 7:00p.m.

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