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New Castle is an evolving community known for its compassion, generosity and collaboration. New Castle is dedicated to providing a healthy lifestyle, improving our identity and preserving our history in order to enhance the quality of life and attract diverse people and thriving business.

Chief Executive Officer for New Castle

Elected to a four-year term which began on January 1, 2012
Elected to a Second four-year term which began on January 1, 2016
 
Mayor
 
Greg York was born in New Castle and graduated from New Castle High School.  He is married, the father of two sons, and a grandfather.  Bitten by the entrepreneurial bug Greg worked from the ground up and is currently the owner/manager of a local vault company.  An avid sports enthusiast, he can frequently be seen at IU home games as well as local sporting events.  He is an active member of the Foursquare Gospel Church.  As Mayor, Greg has plans to fix what's broken, encourage dedicated employees, and build on the community's strengths which are countless.

Administrative Staff

Purpose

The City Council is the legislative body, responsible for creating/adopting ordinances (the laws, penalties and fee schedules), tax abatements, preparing ordinances fixing the rate of taxation for the city budget, and hearing issues raised by the city administration and their constituents.  Meetings are held on the first and third Monday of each month at 6:30pm in the Council Chambers at City Hall, located at 227 North Main Street (3rd floor).  The Mayor presides over the meetings and in the event of a tie would cast the tie-breaking vote.  Meetings that fall on a city holiday are held on the following Tuesday.

As Ambassadors for the City of New Castle, Council members often serve as representatives on intergovernmental boards, commissions, and committees.  They also make appointments to various advisory boards, commissions, and committees.

The New Castle Common Council (City Council) is composed of seven members, including five ward representatives and two at-large representatives.  All seats are elected to four-year terms.  The current term began on January 1, 2016.  There are no term limits.

Council Committees

Annexation

Budget & Salary

Cemetery & Parks

Lynn Perdue-Chair
Jeff Hancock
Mark Koger
All seven members
Council Members
serve on this committee
Mary Abbott-Chair
Aaron Dicken
Rex Peckinpaugh   

Economic Development

Public Works & Safety

Traffic / Parking

Rex Peckinpaugh-Chair
Lynn Perdue
Mark Koger
Aaron Dicken-Chair
Jerry Walden
Mary Abbott
Jeff Hancock-Chair
Jerry Walden
Aaron Dicken 

Special Issues

Water & Sewage

Tax Abatement 

Mark Koger-Chair
Rex Peckinpaugh
Lynn Perdue 
Jerry Walden-Chair
Mary Abbott
Jeff Hancock
Mark Koger
Lynn Perdue
Aaron Dicken
 

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Roles and Responsibilities

The Clerk-Treasurer is elected to a four-year term and much like the Mayor is charged with all responsibilities for this office. The Clerk-Treasurer selects employees, sets office policy, and submits a budget to the City Council for approval. Funding for the operation of this office comes from the general fund.
 
The Clerk-Treasurer's office is responsible for the investment and collection of all funds entitled to the City of New Castle. This includes utility payments, bus fares, permits, fines, etc. Much of the collections occur through other city departments, however reconciliation is made with the Clerk-Treasurer's office.
 
This office is equally responsible for the payment of all liabilities claimed against the city, including payroll. This includes the payment of taxes to the appropriate governmental entity for withholding tax, FICA, Medicare and sales tax.
 
Another primary responsibility is the taking of minutes at meetings of the City Council and Board of Public Works; preparing agendas, recording proceedings and maintaining custody of all public records including written ordinances, resolutions and contracts.

Public Information

Citizens may view or photocopy the following public information at the Clerk-Treasurer's office during business hours:
  • Contracts between the city and other public agencies,
  • Minutes of all public meetings conducted by the Board of Public Works and the City Council,
  • Agendas for City Council and Board of Public Works Meetings,
  • Copies of ordinances and resolutions,
  • All financial data including revenues, expenditures and city budgets.

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Frequently Asked Questions

(Information provided in this section includes excerpts from a legal memorandum and fact sheet provided by David L. Copenhaver, City Attorney in 2005) 

The Court hears cases regarding traffic violations and city code/ordinance violations.  When a person admits to guilt the fines and court costs are assessed. In some cases an order to remedy the violation within a certain time frame is required.

City Court convenes at 1:00 pm each Friday in the City Building, 227 North Main Street (3rd floor)

A person will appear in the City Court when he/she has received a citation and has not satisfied the fines or required actions of the citation in the allotted time allowed. When the time limit is expired, the City Court is notified and an order to appear on the appropriate Wednesday is issued. When the person appears before court, he/she has the opportunity to plead "guilty", "not guilty" or "no contest".

"Guilty" means that the person is admitting to the violation. When a person admits to guilt the fines and court costs are assessed. In some cases an order to remedy the violation within a certain time frame is also required.

"Not guilty" means that the person does not admit to the violation. When a person pleads not guilty a trial is scheduled, usually in one month. At that time the person may make a case for him/herself or bring representation to assist him/her. Witnesses are also allowed. When all the evidence is presented  the judge makes a judgment on the case.

"No contest" means that the person does not admit to guilt, but is willing to pay the fine. When a person admits to no contest the fines and court costs are assessed. In some cases an order to remedy the violation within a certain time frame is also required. The difference between a plea of guilty and no contest is that the person does not admit the guilt, but still accepts the consequences.

Governing & Finance

As an elected official, the City Court Judge establishes the budget for and has sole responsibility for operation of the office.  Funding for the operation of this office comes from the general fund and appropriations are subject to City Council approval. 

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Who's Responsible for City Utilities?

  • The Mayor is responsible for the policies, maintenance and operation of the water and water pollution control departments and all non-billing/collection services of the Utilities Office.
  • The Clerk-Treasurer is responsible for the policies and administration of the billing/collection services of the Utility Office.
  • Mark Stacy is Office Manager, responsible for the daily operation of the Utility Office.
  • Greg Phipps is Water Superintendent, in charge of daily operations and compliance.
  • Fred Duvall is WPC Superintendent, in charge of sewer collection system maintenance and repair.
  • Steve Swoveland is WPC Superintendent, in charge of wastewater treatment plant operations and compliance.
  • Justin McGuire is WPC Pretreatment Coordinator, in charge of industrial pretreatment activity.

FAQs

(information provided in this section includes excerpts from a legal memorandum and fact sheet provided by David L. Copenhaver, City Attorney in 2005)

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Please use the information contained on this page and through the links provided as your main contact for information regarding the Americans with Disabilities Act and its provisions.

Notice Under the Americans With Disabilities Act

In accordance with the requirements of title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 ("ADA"), the City of New Castle will not discriminate against qualified individuals with disabilities on the basis of disability in its services, programs, or activities. 

Employment: City of New Castle does not discriminate on the basis of disability in its hiring or employment practices and complies with all regulations promulgated by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission under title I of the ADA.

Effective Communication: City of New Castle will generally, upon request, provide appropriate aids and services leading to effective communication for qualified persons with disabilities so they can participate equally in City of New Castle's programs, services, and activities, including qualified sign language interpreters, documents in Braille, and other ways of making information and communications accessible to people who have speech, hearing, or vision impairments.

Modifications to Policies and Procedures: City of New Castle will make all reasonable modifications to policies and programs to ensure that people with disabilities have an equal opportunity to enjoy all of its programs, services, and activities.  For example, individuals with service animals are welcomed in City of New Castle offices, even where pets are generally prohibited.

Anyone who requires an auxiliary aid or service for effective communication, or a modification of policies or procedures to participate in a program, service, or activity of City of New Castle,should contact the office of Ed Hill; 227 N Main Street, New Castle, IN; phone/765.529.7605 X-3113; or email/ ed-hill@cityofnewcastle.net as soon as possible but no later than 48 hours before the scheduled event.

The ADA does not require the City of New Castle to take any action that would fundamentally alter the nature of its programs or services, or impose an undue financial or administrative burden. 

Complaints that a program, service, or activity of City of New Castle is not accessible to persons with disabilities should be directed to:

Attn: Ed Hill
227 N Main Street, New Castle, IN
Phone: 765-529-7605 X-3113
Email: ed-hill@cityofnewcastle.net

City of New Castle will not place a surcharge on a particular individual with a disability or any group of individuals with disabilities to cover the cost of providing auxiliary aids/services or reasonable modifications of policy, such as retrieving items from locations that are open to the public but are not accessible to persons who use wheelchairs.

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The New Castle Building Commission

     Working With Others To Build A Strong - Sustaining Community 

Commissioner: Kenny Melton

Code Enforcement: Jeff Marcum

Permits & Inspections: Pam Armstrong

Planning & Zoning, Variance Applications, Permits & Inspections: Janet Davis

The New Castle Building Department performs several functions related to maintaining safe high quality housing in New Castle, including:
  1. Issue building permits and perform required inspections;
  2. Licensing and testing of all contractors performing work within the city per Ordinance #2864;
  3. Serving as Secretary to the Board of Zoning Appeals and Planning Commission
  4. Enforcement of ordinances on substandard housing as specified under the Uniform Housing Code;
  5. Enforcement of nuisance violations as specified in ordinances;
  6. Bringing ordinance violations to the New Castle City Court for resolution;
  7. Maintenance of the City Building, Senior Center and Community Center;
  8. Local floodplain administrator for Indiana Department of Natural Resources.

More Information

  • City Code
  • Code Enforcement
  • City Court
  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • Register A Complaint
  • Forms & Permits
  • Indiana State Building Codes
  • Application for Contractors License

Mission Statement

The mission of the City of New Castle is to establish an economic climate conducive to both economic and community development so that there truly is Opportunity for Everyone; that is, business retention and expansion, business attraction and industrial development, small business and commercial development, fostering entrepreneurship, and downtown preservation/revitalization.
New Castle and Henry County's lead agency in Economic Development is the New Castle/Henry County Economic Development Corporation.  We fully support their efforts and join with them to build a better New Castle and Henry County.

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Proudly Serving Since 1944

It is our mission to provide compassionate, quality care to the citizens of New Castle - Henry County. We will be known for professionalism and excellence in emergency care. We will serve our fellow citizens with integrity and virtuous character. We will maintain a positive, safe work environment where our brotherhood/sisterhood will all share fair and equal treatment regardless of race, ethnicity and gender without prejudice.          

"The First Aid Unit" known today as New Castle - Henry County Emergency Medical Service has been proudly serving New Castle and Henry County residents since 1944, thanks in part to a vision that the late "Chuck" Wood had.  This EMS service has a long standing heritage and an unmatched quality in both patient care and equipment used to provide patient care.

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The City of New Castle boasts a career department with 28 full time firefighters.  The department operates with three shifts comprised of nine personnel including; an Assistant Chief, a Captain, a Lieutenant, three Engineers, and three fireground specialists. These firefighters are housed in three fire stations throughout the city. Each shift is 24 hours long starting at 7:00 AM and ending at 7:00 AM the next morning. In addition to fire suppression activities, the New Castle Fire Department also responds to a variety of other emergencies including Hazardous Materials incidents, motor vehicle accidents, water rescues, trench rescues, confined space incidents, technical rescue situations, and emergency medical calls.   When the lights aren't flashing and the sirens aren't blaring, the New Castle firefighters are involved in several other activities such as training, public education, school and group tours, and fire code inspections and enforcement.

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Geographical Information System (GIS)

The GIS office, as a function of the Board of Works, is charged with creating and maintaining digital maps of the city water and sewer utility systems. Data is collected from many sources and include field surveys, old maps, new construction, and the knowledge of city personnel. Using this data, a comprehensive map of the utility systems has been created. Updating of the data and checks for accuracy are continually performed.
 
The GIS office also assists in development and implementation of the city's Long Term Control Plan, and MS4 program. Mapping requirements are submitted annually as part of the reporting requirements of the respective programs.

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United States Geological Survey Website

Human Resources Department for the City of New Castle includes management of employee records including employee, worker's comp, FMLA; maintaining applicant records; administering various programs such as drug/alcohol testing ; insuring compliance with federal, state and local codes and ordinances governing human resources; and handling Union affairs including contract negotiations.

We are committed to:
  • Ensuring equitable, professional, and consistent applications of the principles of human resource management, promoting competence, accountability and public trust.
  • Serving with a confidential/caring attitude and performing our duties with integrity.
  • Developing and retaining a well-qualified workforce that reflects the high standards of the community we serve.
  • Creating effective resources in order to administer and explain benefits, policies and procedures.
  • Encouraging individual success with training, recognition, and effective communication.
  • Representing and protecting employees' rights to a safe, healthy and drug-free workplace.
  • Providing equal opportunity for a rewarding career without discrimination based on age, religion, sex, race, national origin, or disability as defined by applicable law.

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Commitment

  • Serving Our Customers- We continually excel with our standards of workmanship and quality of service through improved attitudes in order to keep New Castle a great place to live.
  • Accountability- With the rate of inflation increasing, our Street Commissioner and the Assistant Street Commissioner constantly monitor one of the city's largest department budgets in an effort to combat the cost of maintaining a fleet of vehicles, the cost of road repairs and paving, and trash removal.  Along with the accountability to the Mayor for our budget, we are held most accountable by the citizens of New Castle to keep our city clean, and well groomed.  We always give 110% effort to ensure this happens.
  • Leadership- At the Street Department we are committed to preserving the natural, clean and sanitary environment of New Castle.  While providing for our citizens today, we look forward to serving our citizens of tomorrow and welcome the comments and suggestions of everyone.

Responsibilities 

  • Sanitation pick up
  • Street maintenance
  • Seasonal removal of  leaves and snow
  • Brush and limb chipping
  • Traffic signs.

Regular sanitation routes are serviced weekly to non-business and non-industrial sites, at no charge.

Sanitation

Service is provided for all residents with an active water bill. To establish water service, please contact the Utility Office at 765-521-6820. You will then be issued a trash tote and receive weekly trash service.

LARGE TRASH PICK-UP GUIDELINES

  • Only (3) Large Trash items or less will be collected on your normal trash day. Please call the Street Department at 765-521-6831 to let them know you will have (3) large items or less to pick up along with your trash tote.
  • ALL items must be at the edge or the road and/or edge of the grass
  • NO TRASH OR BRUSH IS TO BE SET OUT OVER THE WEEKEND

BRUSH PICK-UP GUIDELINES

  • Limbs cut must not be longer than 5FT, the pile should not be taller than 4FT, and no longer than 10FT. Only (1) pile will be collected  
  • Cut edges must face towards the street
  • Any trees cut professionally must be removed and cleaned up by the professional

THE FOLLOWING ITEMS WILL NOT BE COLLECTED

  • Construction materials, shingles, dirt on tree roots, computers, televisions, stoves, refrigerators, appliances, paint, tires, and any type of batteries.

WE WILL NOT PICK-UP RENTAL OR PROPERTY CLEAN OUTS!

Airport

  • Land Area: 32 Acres
  • Publicly Owned
  • Open to Public
  • Elevation: 1088 Feet
  • Status: Operational
  • Activated: 9/17/1971
  • State: Indiana
  • County: Henry
  • City: New Castle
  • Site Number: 05526.1*A
  • Location ID: UWL
  • Region: Great Lakes
  • District Office: CHI
  • Unicom Frequency: 123.050 Hz
  • Common Traffic Advisory Frequency (CTAF): 123.050 Hz
  • Aeronautical sectional chart: St Louis, Tie-In FSS: No
  • Tie-In FSS ID: HUF
  • Tie-In FSS Name: Terre Haute
  • Tie-In FSS Toll-Free Number: 1-800-WX-BRIEF
  • Elevation determination method: Surveyed
  • Air traffic control tower: No
  • Boundary ARTCC (FAA) computer ID: ZCI
  • Boundary ARTCC ID: ZID
  • Boundary ARTCC Name: Indianapolis
  • Airspace Determination: No Objection
  • Federal Agreements: No
  • NOTAM Service: Yes
  • NOTAM Facility ID: HUF
  • Last Inspection Date: 05/03/2007
  • Inspection Group: State aeronautical personnel
  • Inspection Method: State
  • GPS (Degrees): Lat: 39° 52' 33.066'', Lng: -85° 19' 35.285''
  • GPS (Seconds): Lat: 39.875852, Lng: -85.326468
  • GPS determination method: Estimated, Position Source
  • NGS, Distance from central business district: 4 mi (SE)
  • Owner New Castle-Henry County, 2912 E. Co. Rd. 400 S., New Castle, In 47362, 765-529-7903
    Manager John Marlatt, 2912 E. Co. Rd. 400 S., New Castle, In 47362, 765-529-7903 Schedule Operations Period: 12/31/2005 - 12/31/2006
  • Air Taxi Operations: 426
  • Itinerant Operations: 1,744
  • Local Operations: 8,726
  • Aircraft Single Engine Aircraft: 24
  • Multi Engine Aircraft: 4
  • Ultralight Aircraft: 1
  • Additional Fuel Types: 100LLA
  • Magnetic Variation: 2W (Year 1980)
  • Beacon Color: Clear-green (lighted land airport)
  • Lighting Schedule: Dusk-Dawn
  • Airframe repair service availability/type: Minor
  • Power Plant repair service availability/type: Minor
  • Customs Airport Of Entry: No
  • Customs Landing Rights: No
  • Military/civil joint use agreement: No
  • Military Landing Rights: No
  • Non-Commercial Landing Fee: No
  • Transient storage: HGR,TIE
  • Wind direction indicator: Y-L
  • Segmented circle airport marker system: No
  • Other services: AFRT,CARGO,CHTR,INSTR,RNT
  • Remarks Airspace Determination: ESTAB PRIOR TO 1959.

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The New Castle Park system consists of eight parks, with the largest being Baker Park to the south and Osborne Park to the north. There are also as many as nine additional pieces of land which fall under park responsibility. Opportunities for family outdoor recreation are tremendous.
 
The Park Department maintains a private nursery for growing trees, flowers and shrubs to make it possible for the city to reduce expenses while adding beauty throughout the community.  These plantings will be used to increase the number of trees on city properties as well as replace fallen trees.  It is hoped that the project will be so successful that it might generate additional income for the department in the future.
  
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We are dedicated to upholding the highest professional standards, with the protection and preservation of life being our fundamental objective.  We shall perform our duties with an unwavering commitment to integrity and professionalism.  We are committed to the enforcement of laws to protect life and property, while also respecting individual rights and human dignity.  As Police Officers for the City of New Castle, we will be accountable to those we serve for our decisions and actions and we are committed to developing a partnership with the community.  We will accomplish our mission with empathy, compassion, and sensitivity at all times, with the highest regard for individual and constitutional rights.

We recognize that each member of the Department is valuable, and we accept our obligation to each other and to the community to provide the maximum opportunity for each person to achieve his or her professional potential.

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New Castle Community Transit is a public system, which operates primarily within the city limits of New Castle.  All vehicles are wheelchair accessible and all of our drivers are trained in safety and passenger assistance. 

Need a Ride?

Phone: 765-529-8113
Indiana Relay: 1-800-743-3333
Espanol: 1-800-435-8590


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Service is provided for all residents with an active water bill. For additional information please contact the Sanitation Department.

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