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.

**TORNADO RECOVERY UPDATES**

June 17, 2019:  Town of Pendleton Tornado Recovery Update

We have much work to do still!  We are now getting into our long-term recovery efforts.  There is important information available for homeowners, renters, commercial building owners, and business owners in this newsletter.  Please take the time to review and contact Town Hall at 765-778-2173 with any questions.
Please don’t forget, we still have the following resources available to help:

Updates for Homeowners, Renters, Commercial Building Owners, and Business Owners:

Homeowners and Renters:

  • If you have any type of damage, please fill out the Madison County LTRG Disaster Intake Assessment Form.  The form is available on the Town’s website and at Town Hall.
  • The issues reported on this form help the Long Term Recovery Group understand what the needs are of the community.  For example, if you had a tree fall in your backyard but insurance won’t pay for it to be removed, report that issue on this form.
  • The Long Term Recovery Group will then work to find solutions to these issues.

Businesses and Commercial Building Owners:

  • Please fill out the Business Assessment Loss Form to report any business losses and return to Town Hall.  This can be damage to your building, an inventory loss, equipment loss, or even revenue loss.

Homeowners/Renters/Business Owners/Commercial Building Owners:

  • THIS WEEK ONLY:  Please attend the Small Business Administration’s Disaster Field Operations Center at Pendleton Elementary Intermediate School located at 301 S East Street (M-W from 9 am to 6 pm; Th from 9 am to 4 pm).
  • Homeowners, Renters, and Businesses can apply for low-interest disaster loans from the US Small Business Administration.
  • For more info, check out the SBA Press Release, the US Small Business Administration Fact Sheet on Disaster Loans, or the SBA Disaster Assistance Flyer.

 

Department Updates

Town departments are working to get back to usual business.  Here are a few reminders:

  • Public Works and Utilities:  Electric customers having issues can call 765-778-2173 during business hours or 888-491-8194 after hours.  Bring limbs to the curb (not alley) and do not co-mingle trash with limbs.  Large trash pick-up is Wednesday and call Best Way in advance at 765-649-7272.
  • Planning Department:  Permit applications are available at Town Hall or the Town’s website.  Free roofing permits are available until July 1, 2019.  Certified arborists can be found on the International Society of Arboriculture website.
  • Park Department:  The North 40 Trails, the trail to the east of the Lighthouse Pond, and Frisbee Golf Course are still closed.  Use caution around taped-off areas.
  • Police Department:  Solicitors must obtain a peddler’s license.  If you have a concern, contact the police at 765-778-3933 (non-emergency issues only.  Call 911 for emergencies).
  • Fire Department:  Please remember there is no burning in town except for recreational fires.  For emergencies, call 911.

 

Other Information:

South Madison Community Foundation: (765) 778-8444

Pendleton Community Public Library: (765) 778-7527

  • If you need food, stop by the Pendleton Community Public Library or the Read N Feed mobile pantry on their regular route Thursday, June 20th at these locations:
    • Markleville East Christian Church from 5:00 – 5:45 p.m.
    • Pendleton First United Methodist Church from 6:00 – 6:45 p.m.
    • Ingalls First United Methodist Church from 7:00 – 7:45 p.m.

Pendleton Business Association: (765) 778-2173

Our next update will be released on Monday, June 24th, 2019.

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News

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