Seymour Community Center to reopen June 14

After more than a year of being closed, the Seymour Community Center, 107 S. Chestnut St. in downtown Seymour, will reopen to senior citizens beginning Monday, June 14.

Tentative hours are 9 a.m.- 1 p.m. Monday through Friday. These hours will be adjusted as needed based on demand.

On-site activities including bingo, cards and other games will be


Seymour Police Department Captain Troy Munson has been named interim police chief.

Seymour Police Department Captain Troy Munson has been named interim police chiefMayor Matt Nicholson made the announcement during Thursday morning’s Seymour Board of Public Works and Safety meeting.

Munson will fill in until a new permanent police chief is hired. Applications may be submitted at Seymour City Hall, 301-309 N. Chestnut St. The deadline is June 3.

Current Chief Bryant Lucas is


Seymour to celebrate National Pollinator Week June 21-27

With their orange wings laced with black lines and bordered with white dots, Monarch butterflies are one of the most iconic and beloved of its species.

The Seymour Department of Public Works Recycling Division is celebrating the beauty and importance of Monarch butterflies and other pollinators with several planned activities.

National Pollinator Week


Water Shut Off – October 7, 2020

Water service will be disturbed to homes on Jackson Street to Beech Street, Lynn Street and portions of McDonald Street and Sarasota Drive from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Wednesday, October 7, according to Indiana American Water.

Welcome to the New City of Seymour Website

The new website has been designed as a responsive mobile friendly community portal for the City of Seymour.

The website features include current meeting schedules and agendas, weather forecast for the Seymour Area, Map Based location services for visitors, image galleries, language translation of content, online bill pay options, online reporting of


West Second Street Public Information Meeting

A federally-funded project to reconstruct a portion of West Second Street is moving forward after some major design changes. 

The $10.66 million project will no longer include two roundabouts, but will still improve intersections at Community Drive and Westgate Road/Airport Road for better traffic flow and pedestrian safety.  

Plans call for full-depth


Attention Students, Apply to be a Member of the Youth Council

Applications to serve on the Youth Council are accepted year-round. Applications for the 2021-22 Youth Council term will be accepted until 5:00 p.m., on Friday, April 30, 2021.

The Youth Council is an advisory board that:

  1. Advises the Mayor on issues affecting youth in the community.
  2. Consists of 12 members and up to three alternates,

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