Welcome to Linton, Indiana

Our community has much to offer. Whether you’re starting a business, considering an expansion, looking for a good place to live or a visit, we’re committed to building a business-friendly environment so citizens can take advantage of job opportunities in and around the community.

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Memorial Day 2024


City of Linton Parks Master Plan Survey

Help Shape the Future of Our Parks!

We want to hear from you! Your input is vital in creating a comprehensive and inclusive Parks Master Plan for City of Linton. Take a few minutes to share your thoughts and ideas to make our parks better for everyone.

Survey Details:

How to Participate: Visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/33FTFD2

Why Your Input Matters:

  • Improve park accessibility
  • Enhance recreational facilities
  • Preserve natural habitats
  • Foster community engagement

Your Voice Matters!

Thank you for helping us create a better future for our parks and community!


*** Important Information Request*** 

The Environmental Protection Agency recently revised the Lead & Copper Rule affecting all drinking water utilities. One requirement of the rule revision is that water utilities must create a service line inventory database to identify any lead service lines in the water system. This includes both the service line from the water main to the meter, and from the meter to your home or business.  

Linton Municipal Utilities requests your help in completing this important survey to document the material of your water service line from the water meter to your home or business. The utility is asking this information to determine if there are any lead service lines in the water distribution system and for the completion of a lead service line inventory map. Please complete this survey and drop your response off at our office at 86 South Main Street Linton, IN 47441. The survey can also be completed on the City of Linton website at www.cityoflinton.com

Complete Survey Here Linton Lead and Copper Survey


The City of Linton has partnered with Reach Alert to offer Linton Utility Customers a service that can notify them in the event of a  weather emergency, utility outages, or community news etc. All you need to do is sign up. There is no charge and you can receive alerts by text, email or phone call - see flyer. Reach Alert Linton

The City of Linton is excited to announce that you can now go online to the City of Linton website (https://www.cityoflinton.com), and reserve your date for your next family gathering, wedding reception, graduation, or event at one of our shelters located inside Humphreys Park (Linton City Park).

We have had several inquiries about being able to reserve and pay for the shelters online, and we now have that process completed. You can go to the City of Linton website and navigate to the department's tab, then to the parks department tab, and then to the shelters for rent tab. Once on that page, you are able to register, check availability and reserve your shelter and checkout using your credit card. You can also see pictures of the shelters and see amenities offered with the building. Buildings may be reserved up to 18 months in advance. Should you have questions or concerns, call City Hall at (812) 847–7754.

To make an online registration for the Linton Shelter Buildings Instruction Sheet

 



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Contact Us

City Hall (more)
86 S Main St
Linton, IN 47441

  • Phone: (812) 847-7754
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    M - F 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
    Closed for lunch 11:30 - 12:30

Mayor J PrebleMayor John Preble