COVID-19 Information

Pendleton Town Hall is currently closed to the general public through April 6th, 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic (per State of Indiana Executive Order 20-08 and Pendleton Ordinance 20-08). Public meetings have been cancelled through April 6th. Staff is still working and available by phone or email.

  • The Pendleton Police Department has closed the lobby area to the public. Officers are still on duty and can be reached through dispatch at 765-642-0221. The records department can be reached at 765-778-3933 or email
  • The Pendleton Fire Department is open and doing business as usual, with additional precautions. For emergencies, call 911, and for non-emergencies, please call 765-778-2400.
  • The Utility Office is accepting payments online, by phone (765-778-2173), mail, or you may drop your payment in the exterior drop box at Town Hall. Please call 765-778-2173 or email for Cemetery related business.
  • The Town Court has been postponed until further notice. Payments can be made online, through the mail, or may be dropped in the exterior drop box at Town Hall. Questions may be directed to 765-778-0772 or
  • The Planning Department is closed to the public, but staff is available by calling 765-778-8370 or by emailing Building permit applications are available online and completed applications may be placed in the exterior drop box at Town Hall.
  • The Parks Department is closed to the public, but staff may be reached at 765-778-2222 or For more information about the Park, please visit their website.
  • The Clerk-Treasurer’s Office is closed to the public, but staff may be reached at 765-778-7937 or at
  • The Electric, Water, Street, and Cemetery Departments are being called out for emergency repairs only. Between 9 am and 4 pm, please direct calls to 765-778-2173 and and after-hours, please call 888-491-8194.
  • The Acting Town Manager can be reached at 317-519-8510 or

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