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At the watering hole

The fall OWWN program guide will be heading your way at the end of July in the Westfield Current newspaper so keep an eye out next month.  FYI...we are going green so the upcoming guide will be the last print issue.  We are excited to bring you a digital only version that will save money and the environment.  

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Keeping you in the loop

Wanna know what's happening on our roads and trails?  Be sure to sign up for the weekly notification TravelWestfield! Email "subscribe" to travel@westfield.in.gov to opt in to this NEW weekly update.  

Speaking of loops...the City of Westfield was awarded funding from the Indianapolis Metropolitan Planning Organization for two new roundabout projects at 169th St/Spring Mill Rd and 161st St/Oak Rd.

If you aren't doing anything on June 29 from 6-8 pm, why not stop by the Starbucks at 318 W 161st and have a chat with the Westfield Police Department for Coffee with a Cop. Coffee with a Cop is a great informal opportunity for the Westfield Police Department and members of the community to come together to discuss relevant issues and build relationships.  

Politics at its best
The 11th annual Mayor's Yellow Tie Ball was held on June 2.  All of the proceeds from this event benefited the Westfield Youth Assistance Program (WYAP).  It was a fun-filled evening that brought together the community while supporting an extremely worthwhile local non-profit organization.  Mark your calendars for next year's event...June 1, 2019!

WYAP advocates for youth ages 3-17 in the Westfield Washington School system who are facing difficult life circumstances. WYAP collaborates with our community's vast array of talents, services and resources to help empower our youth, parents and caregivers. WYAP connects youth with mentors, tutors and other organizations in an effort to help them succeed!


Neighborhood Chat

Entries are being accepted for the 5th Annual Hamilton County Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) Photo Contest!  Entries will be showcased at their booth at the 2018 Hamilton County 4-H Fair held July 19-23rd.  There have two categories this year: Then and Now - to highlight our 50th anniversary, and Pollinators in Color. Up to five photos can be submitted by Hamilton County amateur photographers. Award winners in each category and youth and adult age divisions will receive a $50 prize.  Learn more HERE.  

Photo and entry forms are due June 27th, 2018!


School of Rock

On June 12, Westfield Washington Schools (WWS) hosted a School Safety Public Input Session for our community.  More than 150 community members attended for a conversation with school safety officials, the Westfield Police Department, and the City of Westfield. If you were unable to participate, you can still view the presentation and offer input using this form until July 8.  

On Thursday, July 19, there will be a WWS Safety Symposium at Westfield High School at 6:30 pm to further the community conversation. Please plan to attend! 
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