Category: Press Release

2020 Road Projects Begin

The road projects for 2020 will begin this week and continue throughout most of the summer. This year’s projects will include 48 “mill-and-overlay” projects and 2 reconstruction projects, totaling over 9.5 miles of newly paved roadway. This year’s overlay package is the largest in the City’s history, totaling over $1.5 Million in reinvestment into the…
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City Buildings Closed to Public

PRESS RELEASE March 24, 2020 UPDATE TO PREVIOUS PRESS RELEASES: MARCH 13, 2020 MARCH 16, 2020 In accordance with Governor Holcomb’s “Stay-at-Home” Order, we will be temporarily limiting access to most City-Owned facilities to help slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus. We continue to encourage citizens and business owners to utilize our website to…
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List – Community Based Services Available

Free Internet for Families: COMCAST and Spectrum are offering free internet services for those who do not currently have service. Please see below for details. This will help families navigate the eLearning lessons beginning March 31st.   Comcast – Internet Essentials: Effective March 16, we are putting in place a substantial program to help families…
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Now Open: Apply for SBA Loan

Via the SBA: The U.S. Small Business Administration is offering low-interest federal disaster loans for working capital to Indiana small businesses suffering substantial economic injury as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), SBA Administrator Jovita Carranza announced today. SBA acted under its own authority, as provided by the Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act…
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Updates In Regard To COVID-19

PRESS RELEASE  March 16, 2020 UPDATE TO PRESS RELEASE OF FRIDAY MARCH 13, 2020 Governor Holcomb has announced several additional closures and precautions that all Hoosiers should be taking. The City of Shelbyville is doing our part in limiting the spread of COVID-19 and are taking the following additional actions:  The Mayor has issued an…
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City of Shelbyville Takes Precautions to Protect Employees and Citizens

In light of Governor Holcomb’s announcement and efforts to limit the spread of COVID-19 the City of Shelbyville is taking the following steps: Parks Department: The Carl McNeely Civic Center Fitness Center and Gym will be closed beginning on March 16th and will reopen on March 30th. All volleyball, basketball, pickleball, and walking are postponed…
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Foodmaker to invest $310M, create 460 jobs in Shelbyville

Firm processes protein foods from plants April 8, 2019 — SHELBYVILLE, Ind. — Shelbyville has been chosen as the site for what is expected to be the largest facility in North America for producing plant-based protein foods. Greenleaf Foods, SPC announced today that it will invest $310 million in the new plant and create as many…
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Greenleaf Foods to Create Over 400 New Jobs In Shelbyville

Above: Computer rendering showing the 230,000 sq ft proposed facility near the State Road 44 Interchange on I 74 Below: Members of the Greenleaf Foods Team join Governor Holcomb and Mayor DeBaun for a groundbreaking of the new Greenleaf Foods production facility SHELBYVILLE, Ind.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Apr 8, 2019–Greenleaf Foods, SPC (the “Company”), today announced plans to…
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New Ambulances Join SFD Fleet

The Shelbyville Fire Department is proud to have begun operation of three new ambulances within their fleet. The new ambulances offer safer options for crew and patients, in addition, to cost savings. The three new ambulances were produced by Wheeled Coach, a part of REV Group, Inc., in Winter Park, Florida. Safer options for the patient include…
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City Awarded Additional Road Funding

Above: Evans Street was one of the first streets in The City of Shelbyville to be funded through the Community Crossing Initiative. The re-construction of this street improved traffic and pedestrian safety by widening the driving lanes and installing a sidewalk along the street. The image above shows the street while it was under construction…
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