Over the weekend, Knox Mayor Dennis Estok announced that work has begun on the tennis courts meaning that residents will soon be able to play “Pickle Ball” in Wythogan Park.Continue reading
Knox officials recently began discussing the possibility of regulating fundraising within the city limits after receiving some questions about the city’s policy.Continue reading
Knox officials are taking steps to secure grant funding to help eliminate a dilapidated structure from Main Street.Continue reading
The entryway widening project at Wythogan Park is expected to get started once the busy season ends.Continue reading
Knox Mayor Dennis Estok discussed the City’s recycling contract with council members when they met last Tuesday.Continue reading
Applications for the City of Knox Independence Day Parade are due this month!
Mayor Dennis Estok issued a reminder during Tuesday night’s City Council meeting, noting that the deadline to turn in an app is Friday, June 28th. No applications will be accepted after that date and no exceptions will be made.Continue reading
Knox Mayor Dennis Estok informed the city council about a project down at Wythogan Park that has been experiencing a delay due to the recent weather.Continue reading
A few different events will take place in the downtown area of Knox this evening.
During his report at this week’s meeting, Mayor Dennis Estok mentioned that the Starke County Youth Club has a sculpture unveiling planned for today.Continue reading
The Mayor of Knox has been coordinating with the Starke County Youth Club about an artistic addition for the downtown area.
Mayor Dennis Estok informed council members last week that the Youth Club has acquired a grant to install a statue in Serenity Gardens, the gathering space adjacent to the Nancy J. Dembowski Community Center.Continue reading
If the weather cooperates, crews are expected to return to Knox this week to finish up the street design project at Lake and Main Street that started last fall.Continue reading
While there is still more that needs to be done before it’s official, Knox City Council members took action this week to extend two of the city’s Tax Increment Financing (TIF) areas.Continue reading
Knox City Council members took a step to improve access to a government building in downtown Knox Tuesday night.Continue reading
The City of Knox will host their annual spring clean-up ‘Dumpster Days’ this weekend to give residents a chance to clean up their yards and homes.Continue reading
Knox city officials are waiting to hear back from administrators about the eligibility status of residents who submitted applications for the Owner-Occupied Housing Rehabilitation Grant.Continue reading
Knox residents are reminded that tonight’s the night to learn more about the Owner-Occupied Housing Rehabilitation Grant P
Tonight’s 6 o’clock meeting at the Nancy J. Dembowski Center will focus on this funding opportunity provided through the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority.
IHCDA officials report that this is a way to help residents address home conditions that, if otherwise left unattended, would create an issue with the integrity of the home or become a detriment to the residents’ quality of life.
Applications for the program will only be available during this meeting.Continue reading
The City of Knox Water Department will be flushing hydrants next week.
Mayor Dennis Estok recently shared that crews will be
The City of Knox will be hosting their annual ‘Dumpster Days’ next month.
At Tuesday’s city council meeting, Mayor Dennis Estok noted that said this is a good chance for citizens to clean up their yards and homes to get rid of anything that is too large to be picked up on normal trash days.Continue reading
Barring any major amendments, the agenda for tonight’s Knox City Council meeting will be fairly light.Continue reading
Community members have a chance to learn more about a paddle sport that’s been growing in popularity during tonight’s “Pickle Ball” presentation at the Nancy J. Dembowski Community Center.
The informative meeting about the sport that combines tennis, badminton and ping-pong will start at 6 p.m.Continue reading