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Marion Selected for Statewide Entrepreneur Project

MARION, IN – The Refinery and the City of Marion, are pleased to announce that Marion, Indiana has been chosen to participate in the Launch Indiana Community Entrepreneurial Mapping Project. This statewide program which is undertaken in conjunction with Ball State University’s Building Better Communities Program, consists of a series of community interviews which are designed to identify people, programs, and organizations which can help innovation driven entrepreneurs advance their business ideas and reduce obstacles to success.

Sign Up Now for the Marion Police Youth Academy

Boys and Girls age 12 to 15

July 12th through July 15, 2016

Application deadline is 4pm July 1, 2016

Open Position: Animal Control Officer

The City of Marion will be accepting applications through Friday, May 13th for an Animal Control Officer. This is a full-time position with benefits.

Job responsibilities: Enforces animal control ordinances and related laws, rules and regulations for the City of Marion and Grant County.

Mayor Announces New City Slogan: “City of Champions”

MARION, IN: (May 5th, 2016) – The City of Marion will award a Marion High School marketing class for submitting a winning idea, while taking it to the next level in creating the new city slogan.

City of Marion to Improve Parking Standards

MARION, IN: (May 2nd, 2016) – The City of Marion is taking action to improve parking standards in Marion by increasing violation fines and adding manpower to ensure enforcement, and encouraging good parking practices.

Multiple City departments have been receiving numerous complaints about inaccessible parking and lack of enforcement in time-limit parking spots, no parking zones, handicap-accessible spaces and more, for several years to present-day.

Splash House Announces Changes in 2016 Season

MARION, IN: (April 11th, 2016) – The City-owned Splash House is announcing some changes in rules and pricing going into the 2016 season.

The cost for general admission will differ for residents and non-residents of Marion. Starting this season, residents will pay $8 per adult and $6 per child or senior for a day-long pass. Non-residents will pay $10 per adult and $8 per child or senior. Children 2 years of age or younger get in free in both cases. The Splash House staff will be checking IDs at the door to confirm residency.

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