THE TOWN IS SMALL. THE THINKING IS NOT.

WELCOME TO HISTORIC/CONTEMPORARY PENDLETON.

THE TOWN IS SMALL. THE THINKING IS NOT.

WELCOME TO HISTORIC/CONTEMPORARY PENDLETON.

THE TOWN IS SMALL. THE THINKING IS NOT.

WELCOME TO HISTORIC/CONTEMPORARY PENDLETON.

THE TOWN IS SMALL. THE THINKING IS NOT.

WELCOME TO HISTORIC/CONTEMPORARY PENDLETON.

strong roots empower healthy growth.

History and progress. There’s no need to choose one over the other—you can have them both. Here in Pendleton, Indiana, we’re living proof of that.

Pendleton fuses small-town charm and bold modern thinking in a way that feels completely natural. This town isn’t just another dot on the map, it’s someplace special. But to understand it, you need to experience it.

News

August 12th Interstate 69/State Road 38/State Street Construction Updates

The southbound Interstate 69 exit ramp onto State Road 38 will remain closed until Thursday, August 22nd.
The entry ramp to southbound Interstate 69 from State Road 38 will be closed until Wednesday, August 21st.
Westbound State Road 38 will be open to the northbound Interstate 69 on-ramp, then closed west of the ramp (no access to southbound Interstate 69 or west of the southbound Interstate 69 on-ramp) until Wednesday, August 21st.

All eastbound State Road 38 traffic will remain open.

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August 1st, 2019 Tornado Recovery Update

Tornado updates will now be posted on the town’s website and in the town’s newsletter. Please click here for more information.

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Pendleton Republicans choose new clerk-treasurer

Matt Roberts was selected Tuesday to serve out the term of the late Clerk-Treasurer Virgil Mabrey. Roberts, 39, and his wife have lived in Pendleton for 12 years. He serves on the Board of Zoning Appeals, Pendleton Planning Commission, utility rate board and Economic Development Commission. Roberts said his goal in 2019 is to maintain the functions of the office before running for the office next year.

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Grants to preserve local history across state

The Town of Pendleton will receive a $50,000 grant to rehabilitate the façade of the 19th Century commercial building that is currently used as the Pendleton Town Hall.

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Order Now: Pendleton Bicentennial Photographic History Book

The Town of Pendleton Bicentennial Committee and M.T. Publishing Company, Inc. have joined forces to create a new photographic history book, A Celebration of Pendleton 1820-2020 ~ Then and Now, in celebration of Pendleton’s Bicentennial in 2020.  This publication will contain hundreds of historical photos from our town – past and present. 

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