Less than fifteen participants have turned in an application to be a part of the Knox Peppermint Parade this year so Mayor Dennis Estok in encouraging people to sign-up before it’s too late.Continue reading
If you’ve been down to Wythogan Park in Knox, you’ve probably noticed some work being done to the entrance.Continue reading
The Knox School Corporation recently submitted a request to the Board of Public Works and Safety.
Mayor Dennis Estok provided a little background information about the request when members met this week.Continue reading
The City of Knox was recently awarded more than $420,000 in the most recent round of the Community Crossings Matching Grant Program.Continue reading
The Knox City Council was given an update about the trees in the downtown area when members met last Tuesday.Continue reading
An agreement with Ball State University was approved by the Knox City Council when members met last week.Continue reading
As temperatures are finally starting to reflect that it’s fall, the City of Knox has closed up the Wythogan Park Splash Pad for the season.Continue reading
The City of Knox was featured in an issue of The Terminal, a publication issued by AIM (Accelerating Indiana Municipalities).
AIM, formerly known as the Indiana Association of Cities and Towns (IACT), serves as a voice for municipalities all across the state. When the Knox City Council met Tuesday, Mayor Dennis Estok informed members that AIM recently published an excerpt about the City.Continue reading
Knox Clerk-Treasurer Jeff Houston addressed the City’s trash service ordinance during the most recent Board of Works meeting.Continue reading
Knox Mayor Dennis Estok recently informed the City Council that he had a meeting scheduled with a forester to discuss the trees in the downtown area.Continue reading
Knox Mayor Dennis Estok recently informed City Council members that the City made an offer on the former Moose Lodge and it was accepted.
Mayor Estok explained the purchase is being made through the Redevelopment Commission and will be paid for with TIF funds.Continue reading
The City of Knox had to once again make up the difference for recycling pick-up charges during the most recent billing cycle.Continue reading
Though Halloween may still be several weeks away, the Mayor of Knox said he’s already received some inquiries about when the City’s trick-or-treating hours will be held.Continue reading
Local Pickle Ball players will soon be able to play the game more often with the anticipated addition of permanent nets to the courts in Wythogan Park.Continue reading
The City of Knox will soon be bidding out work for five of the homes that have been approved for the Owner-Occupied Rehabilitation Grant Program.
Mayor Dennis Estok informed the City Council Tuesday night that they’re seeking interested contractors.Continue reading
To help control the local cat population Public Vet’s Neuter Scooter was in the City of Knox over the weekend.Continue reading
Interest in pickleball continues to grow in Knox and Winamac. The expansion of the Winamac Town Park’s pickleball facilities last year has proven to be a good decision. That’s what Jon Chapman told the rest of the town’s park board last Thursday.Continue reading
A property that has been addressed multiple times by the Knox Board of Works over the last few years was discussed again when members met for their July meeting.Continue reading
Community members will be able to get a little taste of Christmas in July with tonight’s showing of the 2018 animated version of the Grinch in Wythogan Park.Continue reading