Due to public health emergency declared by Governor Holcomb, changes are being made to some city operations.
Starting Monday, March 23, 2020, public access to the Water Utility Office has been suspended until further notice. Customers may still pay their water utility bills at the office by using the drive-up window located on the north side of the office. Customers are reminded that even with the public health emergency, utility bills are still due on the date show on their bill. In addition to using the drive-up window, payments may be made online using the link on the home page of the city’s web site, martinsville.in.gov or by mail.
Additionally, by order of City Judge Mark Peden, City Court has been suspended until at least the end of April. City Court is normally held on Wednesday’s. Those who wish to pay traffic tickets may due so online by going to paygov.us or by calling 866-480-8552. Court officials are working to reschedule cases that were to come before the court.
Mayor Kenny Costin stated, “This is a fluid situation and there may be adjustments made in the days ahead.” He went on to say, “We will keep the public informed through the city’s Facebook and web pages.”