Zionsville — A storm ripped through Zionsville at about 4 p.m. Sunday, June 23, flooding streets, knocking down power lines and leaving thousands without power. An urban and small stream flood advisory was in effect until 8 p.m. Several limbs were down throughout the Village and streets were flooded where storm sewers struggled to handle the rainfall. According to the National Weather Service, up to 2.5 inches of rain came down Sunday afternoon. The NWS reported Eagle Creek, at a measuring station just downstream of Lions Club Park, rose 3.79 feet in five hours — from 3.13 at 4:45 p.m. to 5.92 feet at 9:45 p.m. — and 2.5 feet in four hours between 5:45 p.m. and 9:45 p.m.
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- Group digs into market survey numbers The good news for the parking study and market analysis steering committee is that most residents are staying near Zionsville for shopping and dining.
- Town updates stormwater ordinance Zionsville is finally catching up with the times, at least as it relates to stormwater management practices.
- ZCHS retirees recognized at meeting Two midyear retirees were recognized at the Zionsville Community Schools Board of Trustees meeting Monday night, Dec. 9.
- Watts opens temporary location A new farm has been planted in the Village this Christmas season. Watts Christmas Shop has opened a temporary location at 125 and 165 W. Sycamore St.
- It's Christmas time in the Village As Santa said "Let there be light" and the Christmas in the Village Christmas tree illuminated the brick street, Christmas time officially arrived in Zionsville.
- Council, public discuss Ford Road roundabout While the Zionsville Town Council discusses a possible roundabout at the intersection of Ford Road and Bloor Lane, some residents may not see the benefit.
HSE Utilities makes pitch to council
Hoping to not surrender control of sewer services in former Union Township, Hamilton Southeastern Utilities proposed a deal to the Zionsville Town Council.
Chamber office to move
The cramped quarters of the Zionsville Chamber of Commerce office will be no more by the new year. The chamber will be relocating to 95 S. Main St., the former To The Last Drop location, on Jan. 1.
Site plan to come for Creekside Corporate Park
The Zionsville Redevelopment Commission should have a better idea in the next two months of how Creekside Corporate Park can be developed.
Foundation urges residents to give local in Boone County
While businesses are making a push to shop local, the Community Foundation of Boone County is hoping residents will give local this holiday season.
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