Welcome to Marion County Soil and Water Conservation District
What’s New in Indianapolis, IN?
Welcome to our website! We hope you will find the layout easy to use. Take a few minutes to tour the site. If you have any suggestions for changes or additional information, please let us know. We want this site to be as useful as possible for you.
For future visits you will find the newest updates right here on our home page and also under the “News” tab above.
Our office has recently moved! We are now located at 1200 S. Madison Ave. Suite 200. Our phone number has remained the same, 317-786-1776.
The Marion County SWCD is pleased to announce the hiring of our new Resource Conservationist Cheyenne Hoffa! Cheyenne recently graduated from Purdue University. She will be leading our Stormwater Pollution Prevention program which includes inspecting construction sites for erosion control. She can be reached by emailing her through our “Contact Us” page.
You can learn more about Cheyenne in our latest newsletter!
Thank You Affiliate Members!!!!
Many generous individuals and businesses have financially supported the conservation work being done by the Marion County Soil & Water Conservation District over the years. This year we are very thankful to the following individuals who have stepped up to help us keep conservation working in our county:
– George Harley
If you would like to support the Marion County SWCD by becoming an affiliate member please click the “Donate” tab at the top of this page.
The Marion County SWCD’s quarterly newsletters and annual report will now only be available online in order to conserve resources. You can find our newsletters under the NEWS tab on our website or we will email a copy to you upon request.
To be added to our email list please contact us the “Contact Us” tab at the top of this page to send your name & email address to Julie.
Creation Care Event
Every faith tradition recognizes the importance of caring for God’s creation. If you would like to learn more about environmental action from a faith perspective, please consider attending a 4 session workshop entitled “Earth Care 101: Faith in Action”. This free workshop will be given on 4 consecutive Saturday mornings (September 16, 23, 30, and October 7) from 8:30 to 10:30 at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, 4600 N. Illinois Street, 46208. Attendance at all four sessions is encouraged, but each session stands alone.
If all the rain we’ve been having lately is causing drainage problems our website can get you started on the road to a solution.
Phone Number for Citizens Energy Group for Community Drainage Concerns
Please make a note of the Citizens Energy Group contact number: 924-3311. Residents with flooding, storm water issues, manhole cover capping recess concerns or other water issues, this is the number to call. Citizens Energy Group is responsible for maintaining city storm drains. For technical assistance with drainage problems on private property you can continue to contact the Soil & Water Conservation District 786-1776.