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The Town of Avon offices will be closed to the public on February 16th and will reopen on February 17th.

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Town Hall Closed to the Public

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Town Hall will be closed to the public and open by appointment only until further notice. Please call (317) 272-0948 to set up an appointment.


Avon Town Council Adopts 2021 Budget

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On October 8th 2020, the Avon Town Council adopted the 2021 budget.  The total budget of $17.8 million dollars across multiple funds was approved unanimously.



Avon Town Council
The five members of the Town Council serve as the legislative and executive body for the Town of Avon.  A council president is elected from among their peers and has the power to sign contracts, ordinances and decrees approved by the council. 
The Council appoints a Town Manager to professionally manage the day to day operations of the Town and implement Council policy.  The Council President appoints the Police Chief and Assistant Police Chiefs.
 
Council members are elected to serve four year terms. Two members are elected at-large (by the entire town) and three members reside in specific districts (District 1, District 2 and District 3) but are elected by the entire town.
 
2021 Town Council
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Top Row: Aaron Tevebaugh, Steve Eisenbarth
Bottom Row: Greg Zusan, Dawn Lowden (Council President), Robert Pope (Council Vice President)
 

2021 Council Members
Dawn Lowden 2020
Dawn Lowden - Ward #2
Council President

  Robert Pope 2020     
     Robert Pope - At Large
Council Vice President

Greg Zusan 2020
Council Member

 Aaron Tevebaugh 2020
Council Member

 
Steve Eisenbarth 2020
Steve Eisenbarth - At Large
Council Member


 "Avon is a safe, vibrant community for active families and thriving businesses."
 
 
 
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Clerk-Treasurer

The Clerk-Treasurer of the Town of Avon serves as the fiscal officer of the town and is responsible for several duties as the clerk.  In addition to receiving and disbursing revenue by order of the Avon Town Council, the office of Clerk-Treasurer also handle the following tasks:

  • Maintain financial records and statements for all Town expenses
  • Maintain custody of all official town documents and records
  • Process alarm permits for residential, commercial, and industrial businesses
  • Accept and process public records requests
  • Accept and process direct seller permits (door-to-door sales)
  • Accept and process assembly permits
  • Ensure compliance with public access laws
  • Maintain records and minutes from all Town Council meetings

The elected Clerk-Treasurer for the Town of Avon is Julie Loker.  Mrs. Loker has been a resident of the Town of Avon since 1998 and has 10+ years of experience in the finance industry.  In addition to her professional experience, Mrs. Loker has served the Town of Avon as an Avon Police Merit Commissioner as well as the Secretary and the Band Booster President for the world champion Avon Marching Black and Gold for 4 years.  Elected in 2019, Mrs. Loker began working for the Town of Avon in January of 2020.

Serving as the Town of Avon's Deputy Clerk-Treasurer is Kathy Selch.  Ms. Selch has lived in Avon for over 25 years and 18 years of experience while working with the Avon Community School Corporation which included 7 years of experience as an Administrative Assistant with their Human Resources team.  Ms. Selch began working for the Town of Avon in January of 2020.

The Town of Avon maintains a number of public records available to the general public.  In compliance with state statutes that govern the fees associated with these records, the Town of Avon has established a fee schedule.  Please note that all payments must be made by credit card, cashier check, or money order.  Effective October 1st 2016, the Town of Avon has adopted a no-cash handling policy.

Julie Loker

Julie Loker, Clerk Treasurer

jloker@avongov.org

Kathy Selch

Kathy Selch, Deputy Clerk Treasurer

kselch@avongov.org

 
Town Manager
Ryan Cannon was appointed on September 24, 2020 as the Town Manager with the Town of Avon.  Mr. Cannon previously served as the Assistant Town Manager as well as the Public Works Director for over 20 years with the Town of Avon.  The Town Manager serves as the Chief Administrative Officer of the Town and oversees the departments, excluding the Police Department, and staff that coordinate various services for residents.
Ryan Cannon
  
"Avon is a safe, vibrant community for active families
and thriving businesses."

Avon Town Court

The Avon Town Court was established in 2000 to facilitate judicial proceedings for infractions and ordinance violations in Avon and Hendricks County.  The presiding judge over the Avon Town Court is Judge Jeremy Eglen.


Payment Deadline & Extension

If you have received a citation and you have been slated through the Avon Town Court, you have 30 days to pay your fine.  You may apply for one extension with court staff, however your extension request must be submitted on or before the 30 day timeline of receiving the citation by law enforcement.  Applicants may only receive one (1) extension, which provides 30 additional days to make payment.  The form to request an extension can be found in the lobby of the Avon Police Department and Avon Town Court, or you can download a copy here. Extension requests must be completed by the individual who received the citation, and must be submitted during normal business hours with the Avon Town Court.  Copies of the Avon Town Court waiver slip can be found here.

Payment

Please note that the Avon Town Court DOES NOT accept cash payments or personal/business checks.  Accepted forms of payments include credit/debit card, money order, or cashier's checks only.  Payments made by credit/debit card will include a $3.00 processing fee.  Payments cannot be taken over the phone or online at this time.  There is a $25.00 late fee added to all citations after 30 days.

 

Common Offenses and Fine Schedules

While a more exhaustive list of fines and fees can be found here, common violations and fines include:

Offense Fine
Alarm Permit Violation (No Alarm or Alarm Violation) $170.00
Commercial Vehicle - Third Lane Violations $170.00
Commercial Vehicle - Log Book Violation $170.00
Commercial Vehicle - Seatbelt $160.50
Disregarding Automatic Signal $170.00
Disregarding Stop Sign $170.00
Driving Left of Center $170.00
Driving While Suspended $220.00
Expired Drivers License $170.00
Expired License Plates $170.00
Failure to Signal $170.00
Failure to Yield Right of Way $170.00
Failure to Yield to Emergency Vehicle $220.00
False or Fictitious Registration $170.00
Following too Closely $170.00
Handicap Parking Violation $170.00
Hands Free Violation (Hands Free Phone Use) $170.00
Heavy Truck Violation (Weight Restriction on Local Roadways) $170.00
Illegal Parking (Fire Lane) $170.00
Improper Lane Change $170.00
Improper Passing on Right $170.00
Learners Permit Violation $170.00
Littering $170.00
Operating Motor Vehicle w/o Financial Responsibility $220.00
Probationary License Violation $170.00
Seatbelt Violation (Non CDL) $25.00
Seatbelt Violation (CDL) $160.50
Seatbelt Violation (Child Restraint) $25.00
Speeding $170.00
Speeding in Construction Zone $460.00
Speeding in School Zone $220.00
Unsafe Start $170.00
Window Tint Violation $170.00

**Above listed fees are subject to change**

Suspension and Reinstatement

In the event that payments are not made in accordance with the above-mentioned timelines, violators may be subject to having their license suspended through the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles.  In the event that your license is suspended as a result of a pending case through Avon Town Court, violators can submit payment for the underlying violation to the Avon Town Court, and upon receipt of payment in full, court staff will submit an electronic report to the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles.  In some instances, violators may have fees that must also be paid to the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles.  In such instances, this matter can be resolved by visiting www.mybmv.com for more information.

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 Judge Jeremy Eglen
 
 
Building Department
The Building Department oversees all construction activity in the Town, as well as permit review and building code compliance.
Building Commissioner Mike Tulli has been Building Commissioner since 1996. Mr. Tulli is a State Certified Building Inspector for Residential and Commercial Buildings as well as a State Certified Plans Examiner.  Mr. Tulli attended Purdue University and has worked for the City of Indianapolis as Local Building Official, Residential Inspector, Commercial Inspector, Inspection Supervisor and Plan Review Manager.  Mr. Tulli is also a member of the Indiana Association of Building Officials and the International Code Council.
The Building Department's mission is to to provide safe and secure places to live, work and play in Avon.  The building department's staff include Building Commissioner Mike Tulli, Building Inspector Nathan Noyes, and Building Tech Laura Finley.

 
Building Documents
We have compiled a list of resources to help guide you on frequently asked questions and information to help you through the building process here in Avon!
 
 

 
Permit Applications
Questions regarding Permit Applications may be emailed to the Planning & Building Department and a Staff member will assist you.  We are pleased to offer the ability to submit your application online by clicking here.  Please note that we can only accept cashier's check or credit card as payment.
In order to schedule inspections using the contractor portal you will need your "Contractor Access Code."
 
 

 "Avon is a safe, vibrant community for active families and thriving businesses."


Planning Department
"Building the best community that we can as we look twenty years ahead"
The Planning Department is responsible for overseeing a variety of town construction policies and regulations, as well as zoning code enforcement. 
 
Suzanne Hardy, Planning/Building Administrative Assistant, shardy@avongov.org
 
"Avon is a safe, vibrant community for active families and thriving businesses."
 

                                          
Public Hearings
Have you seen this sign?
 
 
This sign indicates a property owner is altering the site in a manner that requires a public hearing. 
 
To find out more information, click on this link or the image to the right.
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 

 
Plan Commission Applications:
 NOTE: We don't accept cash. Payment is by check or credit card.
 
Board of Zoning Appeals Applications:
Note: We don't accept cash. Payment is by check or credit card.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Subdivision Control Ordinance Waiver Application
 
 
   
 
 
 
 
 
Avon Police Departmentpatch
The Avon Police Department was established in 1996. The department's jurisdiction encompasses over 250 lane miles and serves a population of approximately 22,000 residents. The police department is staffed with 31 merit officers, 2 reserve officers and a civilian staff that includes an Administrative Assistant and Detective Aide. The Police Department is led by Chief Sean Stoops as well as Deputy Chief Brian Nugent and Deputy Chief David Margason. 

Chief Stoops is one of the first six officers hired as an Avon Police Officer in 1997. He was promoted to Detective in 2000 and became the supervisor of the Investigations Division in 2004.  Chief Stoops supervised the Investigations Division for over 10 years while also serving as a crisis negotiator and a firearms instructor for the Department.  Chief Stoops is also a graduate of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department's Leadership Academy as well as Leadership Hendricks County Class of 2018.  Stoops was appointed as the Chief of Police in April of 2014.  Prior to working for the Avon Police Department, Chief Stoops served in the United States Air Force for three years as well as the Indiana Air National Guard for four years. He has also worked for the Shelby County Sheriff's Department.

Deputy Chief Brian Nugent began working for Avon in 2003.  During his time with the agency, Nugent worked as an uniform officer for 2 years, after which he was promoted to the rank of Detective from 2005 to 2014.  In 2014, Nugent was appointed to the position of Deputy Chief of Police.  Deputy Chief Nugent has served as a crisis negotiator, taser instructor, field training officer, field training coordinator, drug recognition expert, emergency vehicle operations instructor, public information officer, and is a graduate of Leadership Hendricks County 2015 as well as the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Leadership Academy class of 2016.  Prior to working for the Avon Police Department, Deputy Chief Nugent served as an officer with the Tell City, Indiana Police Department.  Deputy Chief Nugent is also a graduate of Vincennes University as well as the University of Evansville where he obtained his bachelor's degree in criminal justice and sociology in 2002.  Deputy Chief Nugent oversees the agency hiring and recruitment, while supervising the Investigations Division, administering our Citizens Police Academy and Project Lifesaver program and other public relations details and events on behalf of the agency.

Deputy Chief Margason began working for Avon in 1998.  During his time with the agency, Margason has worked as a uniform officer for 20 years, where he has served as a night shift Sergeant and night shift Lieutenant.  While serving in these capacities, Deputy Chief Margason served as a field training officer and program coordinator as well as an accident reconstructionist.  Deputy Chief Margason was appointed to the position of Deputy Chief of the Enforcement Division in December of 2018.  Deputy Chief Margason is also a 1998 graduate of Indiana State University where he obtained his bachelor's degree in Criminology.  Deputy Chief Margason supervises all uniform officers and oversees our proactive policing initiative, known as the Crime Action Team. 

The Avon Police Departments responds to over 16,500 calls for service per year for the community.  With a strong community policing initiative and a proactive approach to reducing crime, the Avon Police Department is at the forefront of modern policing and the use of technology.  For more information regarding our department activity and community engagement, we invite you to review our 2018 annual report.

The Avon Police Department administrative offices are open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  The administrative office may be reached at 317-272-4485.  For non-emergency police response, please contact the Hendricks County Communications Center at (317) 839-8700.

Department of Public Works 
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The Department is responsible for:
Groundbreaking

 

Maintaining public streets (including paving, patching, and snow plowing)

  Coordinating road improvements
  Overseeing infrastructure installation by private developments
  Maintaining drainage ways
  Avon Parks operations
  Managing information technology
"Our goal is to provide practical, cost-effective solutions at an efficient high level of service."

More Public Works Information:
Road and Trail Planning

Stormwater Management

Roundabouts

ADA - Self Evaluation and Transition Plan

Title VI Compliance



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Please note: The Town of Avon no longer accepts cash. All payments must be by credit card or check.
Washington Township
Welcome to the information page for Washington Township government, located in Hendricks County, Indiana.  The Township government headquarters is located at 311 Production Drive, Avon Indiana 46123.
Visit these sections of our site for more information:
For Voter Registration Information Call (317)745-9313
Avon Community School Corporation - (317)272-2920
Avon-Washington Township Library - (317) 272-4818
Avon Junior Athletic Association - (317) 839-5480
The Town of Avon is located within the boundaries of Hendricks County and Washington Township.  Links to government resources for both governmental entities are provided below.
 

Economic Development - Avon Indiana

Welcome to Avon, Indiana! We're glad you're interested in locating your business in our Town. We're a business friendly community with a professional staff dedicated to assisting you in the development process. We can help you find building space or greenfields for development. We'll also assist you in the approval process.

You can contact me for your business development needs at 317-272-0948 or via email at jtaylor@avongov.org.

Also, check out our promotional web site for Avon by clicking here.

2019 John Taylor

John Taylor - Economic Development Director

"Avon is a safe, vibrant community for active families and thriving businesses."


Here are some important links to assist you in locating your business in Avon:

Next Level Jobs: State Workforce Training

Avon Chamber of Commerce

Hendricks County Economic Development Partnership

Available Land and Building Search

West Central Conservancy District (sewers)

Hendricks Regional Sewer District (sewers)

Citizens Water

Avon Community School Corporation

Zoning Map

Comprehensive Land Use Plan

Building Permits

Community Videos: Town of Avon

Community Videos: Avon Chamber of Commerce

Coronavirus Updates and Information from the Town of Avon

The Town of Avon will use this new section of our website to keep you informed with the information we have regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19). We will continue to update this page as we keep learning more information about COVID-19


Coronavirus Related Information and Resources

United States Government

CDC Website

Small Busines Help

How do I get my stimulus check?

Crisis Counseling for Disasters: 1-800-985-5990

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK

State of Indiana

24/7 Call Center: 877-826-0011

Campaign to Slow the Spread

Coronavirus Web Page: Resources, Info

File Unemployment Claim

Food Pantry Program

Business Resources

Rapid Response Small Business Loan

Rapid Response Small Business Hub

Small Business Grant Program

United Way Fund to help families in need

Hendricks County

Rapid Response Fund and Other Hendricks County Resources

Restaurants Offering Carry Out and Delivery

Community Resources and Things to Do

Health Partnership Resource Guide

My Family Needs Help

I Need Help Paying Bills

I Need Food

Senior Services

I Need Help with Delivery of Groceries or Prescription Drugs

Hendricks Medical Reserve Corps: Volunteer

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