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MPD Offers Halloween Information and Safety Tips

MARION, IN (October 27th, 2016): The Marion Police Department wants everyone to have a SAFE and FUN time during Halloween. Trick-or-Treat hours will be Monday, October 31st - between 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Here are a few safety tips to remember when Trick-or-Treating!

Safety Tips:

A. A parent or responsible adult should always accompany young children on their neighborhood rounds.
B. Obtain flashlights with fresh batteries for all children and their escorts.

Individuals with "Failure to Pay" Warrants May Avoid Jail Time under New Program

MARION, IN (October 26, 2016): In order to reduce the number "Failure to Pay" city warrants, the Marion Police Department in conjunction with the Marion City Probation Department and the Marion City Clerk's Office is starting a new program!

Individuals with "Failure to Pay" city warrant(s) may report to the Marion City Clerk's Office; located in the Municipal Building (301 South Branson Street), Second Floor, between the hours of 8:00 am to 3:00 pm (Monday thru Friday) and pay their fine(s) in full. Upon paying the fine(s) in full, paperwork will be completed and NO ARREST will be made.

New Cost-Saving Leaf Pick-Up Method to Start Next Week

MARION, IN (Oct. 25th, 2016) – The Marion Citywide Maintenance Department will begin leaf pick-up using the new cost-saving method beginning October 31st.

Marion Airport Awarded $1.2 Million to Finalize Secondary Runway Improvements

MARION, IN: (Oct. 6th, 2016) – The Marion Municipal Airport has been awarded $1.2 million to finalize construction of a taxiway for their secondary runway.

Proposed 2017 Budget

The link below gives you access to the proposed 2017 budget notice for the City of Marion, Indiana. The proposed 2017 budget is $23,045,021. The administration has proposed to cut $1,420,554 from 2016's actual budget. The council has been reviewing the proposed budget, and will meet on October 18th for a public hearing, then on November 1st for adoption.

More Emergency Preemption to be Implemented on Traffic Lights, Creating Ease of Access for First Responders

MARION, IN: (Sept. 20th, 2016) – A federally-funded project will allow for improved emergency response within the City of Marion by the spring of next year. 13 intersections, mostly along State Road 18 will receive Emergency Preemption installments. Those locations are:

SR 15 (38th St.) at Adams St.
SR 18 (2nd St.) at Western Ave.
SR 18 (3rd St.) at Adams St.
SR 18 (3rd St.) at Branson St.
SR 18 (3rd St.) at Boots St.
SR 18 (3rd St.) at Nebraska St.
SR 18 (3rd St.) at Washington St.
SR 18 (4th St.) at Adams St.
SR 18 (4th St.) at Branson St.
SR 18 (4th St.) at Western Ave.

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