Mayoral statement about Pearl Harbor Day

Mayor's Office, News

As we remember the 76th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, we are keeping our WWII veterans close in our hearts and minds.  With the passage of time, the number of these courageous patriots is dwindling, but the magnitude of their sacrifices and devotion to the cause of freedom will never fade. Our gratitude for …

Flags at half-staff for Pearl Harbor Day December 7

Mayor's Office, News

Governor Eric Holcomb has directed flags at government facilities across the state be flown at half-staff for Pearl Harbor Day, Thursday, December 7.  Flags should be flown at half-staff from sunrise to sunset tomorrow. The Governor also asks businesses and residents to lower their flags to half-staff on Thursday. has launched!

Mayor's Office

I am so pleased to share the City’s new and very-much improved, beautiful, user-friendly, feature-filled, information-packed Web site has launched! The new site at went live last Wednesday, November 22. As I promised, our new site is designed to be everyone’s “go to” information resource and it does not disappoint! If you haven’t checked it out yet, I encourage …

No Martinsville Trash Collection Thanksgiving Day, Day After; Double Pick Up Wednesday, November 22 And Monday, November 27

Mayor's Office, Public Works Department, Street Department

With Thanksgiving Day and the day after being City holidays, there will be no trash collection November 23 or 24. For those on the Thursday collection route, Street Department crews will do a double trash pick up on Wednesday, November 22 along with those on the normal Wednesday route. Residents on the Friday collection route will have their trash picked …

Martinsville Planning New Web Site Launch November 22

Mayor's Office

The City of Martinsville’s new Web site is set to be launched Wednesday, November 22 as a user-friendly, information-packed communications vehicle City official announced at tonight’s City Council meeting. The exact date and time of the launch is determined by the Indiana Office of Technology. “Having worked with the creative team at Mediaryte on the development of our new site, …

Martinsville’s Shannon Kohl Named to Aim Board of Directors

Mayor's Office

INDIANAPOLIS – Accelerate Indiana Municipalities (Aim) announced today that Martinsville Mayor Shannon Kohl was elected to serve on the Aim Board of Directors effective immediately. Kohl was elected by the Aim membership during the 2017 Aim Ideas Summit in Evansville last month. “Shannon is a talented, dedicated public servant who cares deeply about her community and the health of all …

Mayoral Statement: Sutherland Springs

Mayor's Office

Please keep the residents of Sutherland Springs, Texas in your hearts and prayers as this small community endures the aftermath of a mass shooting at the First Baptist Church there yesterday morning. Twenty-six people were killed and 20 more were injured in a violent and senseless rampage. Thank you for keeping the families and friends of those killed and injured …