WELCOME to HUNTERTOWN
“ A great place to call home ”
It is our privilege to welcome you to the website of
Huntertown, Indiana. This is your link to your local town
Every four years, residents in Huntertown elect a five-member
Town Council and a Clerk-Treasurer. All council members are
considered “at large” which means all Huntertown residents
(registered voters) vote on all council positions. The town
council elects a council president each year. The Town Council
holds the legislative and executive powers for the Town, and the
clerk-treasurer is responsible for the matters related to the
Here you will find how to contact the Council Members,
Clerk-Treasurer, read important notices, and report on-line
about code violations, burned out street lights, potholes, etc.
Agendas and minutes, along with public and legal notices will be
posted on the website.
Huntertown is one of the fastest growing areas in the northeast
part of the State of Indiana. Our town continues to grow and
attract new families.
Our town council has been challenged with projects for our
community. Currently we are working on plans for a new water
plant, park, and building a new town hall.
Town Council meetings are scheduled for the first and third
Monday of each month. The first Monday, the meeting begins at
6:00 p.m. and entertains Public Comments on the agenda at the
beginning of the meeting. The third Monday, a Business meeting
is held at 6:00 p.m. All meetings are held at the town hall
The Town Council is very excited about the new website and
bringing to the community, information about local services and
opportunities for you to learn about your local government.
Notice of Meeting: The Allen County Department
of Planning Services will hold an informational meeting on
Tuesday, June 28, 2016 at 6:00 p.m. in the cafeteria of the
Huntertown Elementary School.
The meeting will be to discuss
the Huntertown Zoning Ordinance Update project. The purpose of this
project is to update and align the Huntertown Zoning Ordinance with
the City of Fort Wayne and Allen County zoning ordinances. This
project is part of ongoing work to improve, clarify, simplify, and
streamline the development and permitting processes. Please plan on
attending as several members of the Planning Services staff will be
available to address any specific questions or concerns.
The Huntertown Water Works Annual Water Quality Report for 2015
is now available at the following link:
2015 Water Quality Rpt.
Please send your Community Calendar items to Cathy Mittendorf.