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Government City

The City of Greenfield is a vibrant community with strong neighborhoods and a historic downtown.

Greenfield

Economic Development

Greenfield has several sites that have been supplied with water, sewers, electricity, and even streets which make them ready-to-build parks. Tax abatements may be offered on new equipment brought into the state or newly purchased equipment, on new buildings and expansions, and on land. Other local incentives and services may be provided through discussion.

In addition to local incentives, there are various incentives available through the state, which also support locating in Greenfield. Indiana has a very competitive business tax structure, including a flat 8.5 percent corporate income tax on adjusted gross income and no gross receipts tax or inventory tax. Indiana also offers many grants, loans and economic development programs for companies creating jobs and raising income in Indiana, including tax credits based on job creation and capital investment, workforce training grants, and public infrastructure assistance. Below are some of the sites and explanations of funds available.

21st Century Research and Technology Fund - The 21 Fund helps develop and commercialize advanced technologies in Indiana.

http://www.21fund.org/

Hoosier Business Investment Tax Credit - HBI tax credits are available to a company making a “qualified investment” in an Indiana facility.

Economic Development for a Growing Economy Tax Credit - EDGE tax credits are based on the additional employee payroll withholdings for net new job creation in Indiana.

http://iedc.in.gov/tax-credits-exemptions/

Government

Department Phone Email
Mayor 317-477-4300 mayor1@greenfieldin.org
Clerk - Treasurer 317-477-4310 x4 lbreese@greenfieldin.org
City Council 317-477-4310 x4
Board of Public Works and Safety
Power & Light 317-477-4370 ncastrodale@greenfieldpower.org
Water Utility 317-477-4350 mnance@greenfieldin.org
Wastewater Utility 317-477-4360 wwtp@greenfieldin.org
Utility Billing Department 317-477-4330 utility_billing@greenfieldin.org
Animal Management 317-477-4367 AnimalControl@greenfieldin.org
Engineering & Planning 317-477-4320
Garage 317-477-4390
Department of Law
Park Cemetery 317-477-4387
Parks and Recreation 317-477-4340
Police Department 317-477-4410
Street Department 317-477-4380
Telecommunications Department 317-477-4300
Stormwater Utility 317-477-4320

Utilities

Power and Light 317-477-4370 Email WebPage
Water Utility 317-477-4350 Email WebPage
Wastewater Utility 317-477-4360 Email WebPage
Utility Billing Department 317-477-4330 Email WebPage
Stormwater Utility 317-477-4320 Email WebPage

Click here for a list of Utilities in Greenfield and link to the Utility Websites.

City Employment

The City of Greenfield has the following openings available.

Greenfield Police Department - The Greenfield Police Department. is now accepting applications for Reserve Officers. Applications are available at the Greenfield Police offices located at 116 South State Street. Mon-Fri., 8a – 4p.

Employment with Greenfield Parks and Recreation can be viewed and more information on those jobs is available a this link.

The City of Greenfield is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, national origin, or any other basis prohibited by law, unless such basis constitutes a bona fide occupational qualification. The City of Greenfield will comply with its legal obligation to provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities.

Indianapolis

Indianapolis/Marion County is the twelfth largest city in the United States, and it is by-far one of our country's most livable big cities. For those who reside and work here, our Indianapolis has a quality about it that makes even the heart of a bustling downtown feel like home. Visitors are drawn from all over the globe to enjoy our top-notch professional sports venues, a thriving convention industry and numerous cultural attractions. And when they arrive, they too experience the Hoosier character and hospitality that make Indianapolis special.

Learn more about Indianapolis

Local Government & Neighborhoods:
www.indy.gov is a hub of information about local government and happenings in neighborhoods throughout the City.

Downtown:
www.indydt.org is a one-stop-shop for info about events and attractions in the downtown area.

Tourism:
www.visitindy.com is the official tourism site for the City of Indianapolis. It offers visitors and residents looking to explore Indianapolis a wealth of information about where to stay, where to eat, and what to do in the Circle City.

Economic Development:
www.developindy.com is Marion County's local economic development organization. Develop Indy is dedicated to attracting new businesses, retaining and expanding existing businesses and serving as a catalyst for capital investment and quality job growth in Indianapolis/Marion County.

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