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The Board of Public Works and Safety has broad statutory grants of power to enable to carry out their functions. The public safety function includes law enforcement and fire protection. The public works function includes control over streets, sanitation, transportation, sewers, and water utilities.

City of Angola Building Construction Permits

There are many important reasons to obtain required building construction permit(s) for Class 1 and Class 2 structures and to obtain inspections for your Class 1 and Class 2 construction projects. Your construction permit allows the City of Angola International Code Council Certified Officials to reduce potential hazards of unsafe construction and provide for the public health, welfare and safety. By following Indiana statewide code of fire safety laws and building laws, completed Class 1 and Class 2 construction projects will meet minimum safety standards which will be less likely to cause injury to you, your family, and your friends or future owners.

The City of Angola Site Improvement Permitting and Inspection Process complements the system of checks and balances resulting in a safe, completed and compliant Class 1 or Class 2 construction project.

What kinds of construction projects need building construction permits?

Construction Permit requirements for Class 1 and Class 2 structures vary, but generally anything involving construction will need a building construction permit. Constructing new buildings or demolishing old buildings certainly requires a construction permit, but many smaller projects do too. This includes small projects such as swimming pools, sheds and detached garages. For smaller projects such as these, sometimes a construction permit is only required if the project is of a certain size. Construction permits are also required for substantial interior or exterior remodeling of Class 1 and Class 2 structures. Because regulations and requirements vary, it is best to check with your local Building Safety Department before beginning any Class 1 or Class 2 construction project that may require a building construction permit.

Building Construction Permit Application (PDF)

Building Construction Permit Application (Word)

Electronic filing Building Construction Applications and Plans

Building Construction Permit Fee Schedule

 

The Angola Building Safety Department helps make the buildings where we live, work and play safe.

 

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The Clerk-Treasurer is elected every four years by city residents at the same time as the Mayor and Common Council. No other elected municipal duties are as specifically defined by law as the duties of the Clerk-Treasurer. This person is responsible for the overall collection and disbursement of funds, the administration of the accounting system, the signing of checks, the city seal, and serves as the investment coordinator for the municipal treasury. The Clerk-Treasurer oversees payroll, accounts payable, taxes and grants for the City of Angola. The Clerk-Treasurer also serves as clerk of the Common Council and Board of Public Works and Safety by attending meetings, preparing agendas, and recording proceedings.
Deb Twitchell
260-665-2514 extension 7552
clerktreasurer@angolain.org

 

The Common Council (often referred to as the City Council) is both the legislative body and fiscal body. As the City’s legislative body, the Council exercises many of the powers given cities through the passage of ordinances and appropriation of monies. The Council fixes the annual salaries of all elected officials. Council has the authority to reduce, but not to increase, any other items in the City budget as submitted by the Mayor for its approval.

 

March 2018

The City of Angola is proud to announce that it has been selected as a top 10 Micropolitan City in the United States by Site Selection Magazine .  It has been ranked a top Micropolitan for the last 6 years in a row and for 9 years out of the last 10.  A Micropolitan City is defined as a community between 10,000 and 50,000 population covering at least one county who meets one of three criteria in new facilities and expansions including:

  • involve a capital investment of at least $1 million dollars
  • create at least 20,000 square feet of new floor area or
  • create at least 20 new jobs

"This is the highest the City of Angola has ever ranked and we are truly honored to be mentioned.  This is a culmination of a lot of hard work from out employees as well as our public and private partnerships" said Mayor Dick Hickman.

Indiana ranked 10th in the U.S. for number of projects (162) and number of projects per capita.

http://www.insideindianabusiness.com/story/37670493/indiana-micropolitans-ranked-nationally-for-developments



The Department of Planning and Economic Development promotes economic development to include industry, business, and residential. The Department prepares and presents verbal and written technical assistance reports gathered from on-site inspection and research on a case-by-case basis for the Mayor, Common Council, Plan Commission and the Board of Zoning Appeals . The Department also serves as the staff person to the City's Economic Development Commission, Redevelopment Commission, and Historic Preservation Commission. 

The Department also assists, advises and explains to petitioners, the public and developers, the process and procedures for zone changes, variances, special exceptions, and subdivision and zoning ordinance requirements.

The Department is also responsible for issuing City Sign permits.

The Unified Development Ordinance (which takes the place of our previous zoning and subdivision control ordinance) has been adopted and became effective June 11, 2008. Other projects underway are the Downtown 20/20 Plan and an owner-occupied rehabilitation housing program that may lead to grant opportunities for local homeowners. We are also happy to offer free workshops that range from business plan development for budding entrepreneurs to restoration workshops for historic building owners. 

If you want to get more involved in your community or have additional questions, please contact Economic Development and Planning Director Vivian Likes at vlikes@angolain.org or 260-665-7465. 

The Engineering Department's three employees have a total of over 101 years of experience in the surveying, engineering, and construction related industries.

Functions & Services

  • Provide data collection, field surveying, drafting, mapping, engineering, design, and other miscellaneous services to all City Departments.
  • Coordinate design review and routing of all commercial projects.
  • Coordinate design review and routing of all subdivisions and planned unit developments.
  • Review new projects for compliance with the Stormwater Control Ordinance
  • Review new projects for compliance with the Erosion Control Ordinance
  • Administer storm sewer connection permits, sanitary sewer connection permits, water system connection permits, water tap permits, and excavation permits within the City rights-of-way.
  • Administer land disturbing permits (Beginning October 2004)  

Contact Information                                                                           

Bill Boyer, City Engineer
260-665-6748
bboyer@angolain.org

Jim Myers, Assistant Engineer      
260-624-2661
jmyers@angolain.org  

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 Welcome to the City of Angola Fire Department! We are located in the center of Steuben County in the far northeast county of Indiana. In 1873 the corporation trustees of Angola established the Angola Fire Department.  The Angola Fire Department provides fire and rescue services covering more than 100 square miles in Steuben County, protecting areas made up of residential, commercial, heavy industrial, light industrial, and agricultural areas.

The department operates out of one central fire station, which is staffed by one Fire Chief, twelve career firefighters and twenty-nine paid on call firefighters, who perform tasks such as fire suppression and various other emergencies, including but not limited to, medic assist calls, vehicle extrications, water rescues, gas and electrical emergencies, carbon monoxide monitoring, natural disasters, and mutual aid responses for surrounding departments. Other duties performed include fire prevention and inspections, fire investigations, fire and medical training, apparatus and building maintenance, public safety, and smoke detector programs. 

Angola Firefighters are offered training weekly on Monday evening to keep up on their in-service hours for firefighting and medical certifications. 

Currently, the City Of Angola Fire Department provides fire protection to The City Of Angola, Pleasant Township, a portion of Jamestown and Jackson Townships, Scott Township, and York Township. 

The Angola Fire Department responds to approximately 1,500 incidents annually and strives to make our community as safe as we can.

Click HERE to listen to our dispatch channel.

 

Welcome to the City of Angola Human Resources Department.

The City of Angola, Indiana Human Resources Office promotes the recruitment, development and retention of highly motivated, well qualified individuals to provide efficient, effective and courteous service to our citizens and visitors.  The City of Angola only accepts applications for open positions.  General applications or resumes are not accepted or kept on file.

The City of Angola strives to create mutually rewarding career opportunities that are available to all applicants without regard to race, sex, age, color, religion, national origin, disability, citizenship status, military status, or any other category protected under federal, state, or local law.

We are accepting applications for Volunteer Firefighters. Deadline for applications is extended to May 4, 2018Click here for information.   

We are accepting applications for the position of MS4/Engineering Assistant. Click here for information.  

City of Angola Information Technology Department 

What is Information Technology (IT)?
IT stands for "Information Technology". It typically includes all matters concerned with the furtherance of computer science and technology and with the design, development, installation, and implementation of information systems and applications. An information technology architecture is an integrated framework for acquiring and evolving IT to achieve strategic goals. It has both logical and technical components. Logical components include mission, functional and information requirements, system configurations, and information flows. Technical components include IT standards and rules that will be used to implement the logical architecture.

What does the IT Department do for the City of Angola government?
The IT Department for the City was created to perform a variety of administrative and technical tasks concerning short and long range planning programs and standards for the on-going design and integration of City information systems, geographic information systems (GIS), and network environment. We are responsible for all network and telecommunication hardware, software, and applications developed in house or by contract used or stored on City equipment.

 

WELCOME TO BEAUTIFUL ANGOLA, INDIANA

The City of Angola, Indiana is the gateway to the northeast corner of Indiana.  It is a destination community for visitors, businesses and industries with 101 lakes, Pokagon State Park, Trine University, Cameron Memorial Hospital, our nationally recognized K-12 school system, and hardworking, educated workforce.

Angola offers much more than most communities our size.  We have many recreational opportunities with biking and walking trails, which connect the city's park system, our downtown, our schools, and our retail shopping centers.  We have antique stores and unique specialty shops.  We have the newly restored Brokaw Movie House with its renovated Art Deco interior.  Angola and Steuben County are the homes of Chapman's Brewing Company, Satek Winery and Briali Winery.

Trine University has taken a one hundred year old church and renovated it into the beautiful T. Furth Center for Performing Arts where such artists as Amy Grant, Wynonna Judd, The Oak Ridge Boys, Herman's Hermits, Three Dog Night, Montgomery Gentry, Lee Greenwood and many other great artists have performed.  This summer they will have Starship, Gary Puckett and the Union Gap, Air Supply and Pink Floyd performing.

Trine University has also just opened their new MTI Center where men's and women's Division III basketball will be played.  This new building also houses the new golf pro shop, bowling lanes and eSports.  They also opened their new hockey arena this past year which has three men's and one women's hockey team. The arena hosts "open skating" for our local residents and has also been made available to several youth and club hockey teams.  The activity these buildings have created provides a lot of entertainment for people in northeast Indiana during the winter months.

The City of Angola is a growing community.  Three housing additions are currently being developed.  In our downtown, three businesses are doing extensive remodeling on their buildings, including adding upstairs apartments to create a great downtown living experience.  It was recently announced that Wyndham Hotels will be building a new hotel at the west edge of town at I69 and US Hwy 20 next to our new Angola Innovations Park.

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Angola's downtown has gone through a transformation over the last several years, all the while maintaining its historic New England look and feel.  We have brick-lined sidewalks, outdoor seating, attractive planters filled with flowers and foliage, and new public facilities with restrooms and an electric car charging station. Our 100 year old Soldiers' Monument has been revitalized with new curbing, grass, lighting, flowers, trees, plants, sprinkling system and railing.

It was recently announced that the City of Angola was ranked in the top 10 by Site Selector Magazine's list of America's Top 100 Micropolitan Cities in the United States.  We were the highest ranking city in the State of Indiana. It is the sixth straight year and the seventh out of eight years that we have made the top 100 list.  The list ranks the top performing communities in economic development with populations of 50,000 or less.  In 2016 we partnered with the Town of Fremont to be named a semi-finalist in the Frontier Communications sponsored "America's Best Communities" contest.

We are a community that works very hard to make our city and our neighborhoods a place that people want to raise their families.  We are constantly working to make our parks more beautiful and our neighborhoods more livable and comfortable.

Working to make our permitting process business-friendly makes our city a great place to do business, as well as keeping our workforce  well trained.  We have training programs for electrical, robotics, industrial maintenance, HVAC, etc. at our Angola Training Center.  We have CNC training, welding and computer training available at the Enterprise Center.  Funding is available through our Angola Investment Fund to help entrepreneurs and businesses grow.  Trine University has an entrepreneurial and innovations program available to students and business owners that is designed to help expand ideas into real world jobs.  Angola wants to have the best-trained workforce possible for our businesses and industries.

The City of Angola supports its residents and businesses through expanding innovation, entrepreneurship and workforce development.  That's why we are known as the community that is "Working Together to Make Visions a Reality".  Call us, email us, or better yet, come visit us.  We want to help you make your vision a reality also.

Sincerely,

Richard M. Hickman

Mayor - City of Angola


March 2018 News

The City of Angola is proud to announce that it has been selected as a top 10 Micropolitan City in the United States by Site Selection Magazine .  It has been ranked a top Micropolitan for the last 6 years in a row and for 9 years out of the last 10.  A Micropolitan City is defined as a community between 10,000 and 50,000 population covering at least one county who meets one of three criteria in new facilities and expansions including:

  • involve a capital investment of at least $1 million dollars
  • create at least 20,000 square feet of new floor area or
  • create at least 20 new jobs

"This is the highest the City of Angola has ever ranked and we are truly honored to be mentioned.  This is a culmination of a lot of hard work from out employees as well as our public and private partnerships" said Mayor Dick Hickman.

Indiana ranked 10th in the U.S. for number of projects (162) and number of projects per capita.

http://www.insideindianabusiness.com/story/37670493/indiana-micropolitans-ranked-nationally-for-developme

Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4)

The EPA has established an MS4 stormwater management program that is intended to improve the Nation's waterways by reducing the quantity of pollutants that stormwater picks up and carries into storm sewer systems.

The MS4 department is involved in a variety of activities including:

  • Stormwater Permiting & Plan Review
  • Construction Inspection
  • Floodplain Administration
  • Compliance with the Storm Water Quality Management Plan (SWQMP)

For more information on the services provided to the City, please contact our office.

Why is Stormwater Quality Important for Your Community

About the Angola Parks & Recreation Department

PARK HISTORY

The Angola Parks & Recreation is made up of five full time staff members, four seasonal maintenance positions and three Summer Recreation Program staff members. Our staff manages over 120 acres of parkland and 4.2 miles of trail within the City of Angola. We have three developed parks which are Commons Park with over 100 acres of recreational space, Firemen's Park located on Williams St. and Nature Park located on the corner of Ettinger St. and Butler St. Some of the amenities included in these parks are four baseball/softball diamonds, a soccer field, three playgrounds, volleyball courts and six picnic shelters available for rent.  

Angola Parks & Recreation are responsible for a variety of programs and events each year. The programs consist of the Summer Recreation Program and the Tree Memorial Program. We also have a variety of events throughout the year, such as the City Wide Tree Give Away, Easter Egg Hunt, Kid's Night in the Park, Independence Day Celebration, Punt, Pass & Kick, Civil War Days, Halloween Fun and two concerts each year. Starting in the summer of 2018 there will be FREE Yoga classes and Pickleball classes!

Check out our Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages to learn more about each event and stay connected! 

 

 

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In the event of an Emergency, please dial 9-1-1

City of Angola Police Department Mission Statement

The mission of the Angola City Police Department is to enhance the quality of life in the City of Angola by educating and working cooperatively with the public within the framework of the United States Constitution, too preserve peace, reduce fear, and provide a safe environment for the citizens of Angola.

Who We Are

The Angola City Police Department currently fields seventeen (17) full time sworn police officers, six (6) Reserve Officers, and five (5) Special (Part Time) Officers. Additional, there are four (4) full time and five (5) part time dispatchers. Four (4) school crossing guards support school patrol operations. 

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Commission: Doug Anderson

The Street Department provides maintenance of city streets, alleys, parking lots, sidewalks, curbs, and handicap ramps. The department handles brush pick-up, yard waste pick-up, leaf pick-up, as well as snow and ice removal. We also handle city street sign maintenance, street sweeping, and operation and maintenance of storm sewers.

The City of Angola provides utilities to citizens. Utility payments are handled through the Clerk-Treasurer’s office.

Browse through the following links for:

If you have questions about City Utilities, please contact our office.

Bulk Items Pick-up Calendar

There will not be an annual clean-up day this year since there are bulk trash pick-up days each month.  To download or view a pdf of the calendar and Do's and Don'ts for bulk clean-up see our "Useful Links" below.

2018 Bulk Calendar

Superintendent: Craig Williams (cwilliams@angolain.org)


The Angola Wastewater Treatment Plant is a Class III facility designed for an average daily flow of 1.7 MGD. With a conventional activated sludge process, our plant consistently removes more than 95% of the biochemical oxygen demand, total suspended solids, and ammonia.

This process includes both physical and biological treatment including such equipment as screening, grit removal, primary clarification, secondary aeration, and UV disinfection before discharging effluent to the H. D. Wood Ditch. This ditch eventually flows into the Pigeon Creek which in turn flows into Long Lake and eventually into the St. Joseph River. Since the St. Joseph River flows into Lake Michigan , the City of Angola is under the jurisdiction of the Great Lakes Initiative and must therefore maintain effluent limits of Total Phosphorus below 1.0 mg/L.

To see how the process flows, please click here. (PDF file *) 

*PLEASE NOTE: The Adobe acrobat reader program is needed to view or print this page. Click HERE to download a copy of the program. Download is easy and it's free!

The Angola Water Treatment Plant acquired by the City in 1921 was originally a private owned steam plant that started in 1885 at the 300 W. Mill St. site. Plant improvements and several expansion projects have brought about the present facilities which include, aeration, filtration, ion exchange softening, chlorination and fluoridation. Total capacity is 1.728 MGD. In 1989 a second treatment plant was completed and put in service at the 550 Pokagon Trail site. This treatment plant utilizes the same methods of treatment. Total capacity is 1.728 MGD. The City of Angola Water Works is responsible for providing safe reliable and sustainable drinking water and managing drinking water production, storage and distribution facilities for its present and future customers.

Steps Of Our Water Treatment

  1. Aeration: This process is applied in which water is brought into contact with air for the purpose of changing the concentration of volatile substances contained in the water, which is useful in the improvement of taste and order and for the oxidation of iron, manganese, hydrogen sulfide, and to a limited extent organic matter.
  2. Filtration: Iron and manganese removal.
  3. Ion Exchange Softening: The calcium and magnesium in the hard water are replaced by sodium from the exchanger.
  4. Disinfection: A small amount of chlorine is added to kill any harmful bacteria or microorganisms that may be in the water.
  5. Fluoridation: Fluoride is added to a recommended optimum concentration of 0.7 mg/l for the prevention of dental decay.
  6. Storage: Fire protection and peak demand.

The Angola Water Works provides drinking water to more than 8,612 people (2,996 customers) and four storage tanks. The distribution system consists of approximately 72 miles of water mains ranging in size from 2" - 12" in diameter.

Water department staff continuously monitor the treated water supply at water taps throughout the distribution system. Chemical tests on samples are run daily to allow for appropriate adjustments to the treatment process when needed. Bacteriological tests are run weekly to ensure that the water is safe for consumption. All monitoring is done in compliance with the Indiana Department Of Environmental Management and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in accordance with the Safe Drinking Water Act.

The entire water supply system is monitored with SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) distribution control system software. The SCADA system allows operators to control operations at both treatment plants and throughout the distribution system.

The City of Angola's drinking water comes from ground water and is supplied by nine wells ranging from 80' to 180' in depth.

The management of the municipal Water Works is under the direction of a five-member Common Council and a three member Board of Public Works. Day-to-day operations of the Water Works are the responsibility of the superintendent. The Water Department consists of seven full time employees that are certified to operate our class DSM distribution system and class WT3 treatment plant.

1. The City of Angola Site Improvement Process starts with the City of Angola Planning & Economic Development Department. 

Department Head: Vivian Likes
210 N Public Square
Angola, IN 46703
Phone: 260.665.7465
Email: planning@angolain.org

2. The second step of the City of Angola Site Improvement Process is with the City of Angola Engineering Department.

Engineering Department
Department Head: Bill Boyer
210 N Public Square
Angola, IN 46703
Phone: 260.665.6748
Email: engineering@angolain.org

3. The third step of the City of Angola Site Improvement Process is with the City of Angola Building Safety Department.

Building Safety Department
Department Head: Scott Lehman
210 N Public Square
Angola, IN 46703
Phone: 260.665.6683
Email: buildingdept@angolain.org

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210 N Public Sq
Angola, IN 46703
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  • Phone: (260) 665-2514
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Mayor's Office (more)
210 N Public Sq
Angola, IN 46703
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  • Phone: (260) 665-7600
  • Fax: (260) 665-9164
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    M-F 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

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Clerk-Treasurer's Office (more)
210 N Public Sq
Angola, IN 46703
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  • Phone: (260) 665-2514
  • Fax: (260) 665-9164
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Closed Sundays & Holidays

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Scott Lehman,
Building Commissioner / Fire Marshal

Building Safety Department (more)
210 N Public Sq
Angola, IN 46703
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  • Phone: (260) 665-6683
  • Fax: (260) 665-9164
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    M-F 7:00 a.m. 3:30 p.m. Permitting Hours: M-F 8:00 a.m. till 9: a.m.

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Engineering Department (more)
210 N Public Sq
Angola, IN 46703
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  • Phone: (260) 665-6748
  • Fax: (260) 665-9164
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    M-F 7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

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Fire Department (more)
202 W Gilmore St
Angola, IN 46703
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  • Phone: (260) 665-5555
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City Hall (more)
210 N Public Sq
Angola, IN 46703
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  • Assistant: (260) 624-2696
  • Staff Directory

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Nathan Armstrong,
IT Systems Administrator

Information Technology Department (more)
210 N Public Sq
Angola, IN 46703
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  • Phone: (260) 668-5594
  • Fax: (260) 665-9164
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    M-F 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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Amanda Cope,
City of Angola/Trine University MS4 Coordinator

MS4/Stormwater (more)
210 N Public Sq
Angola, IN 46703
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  • Phone: (260) 624-2663
  • Fax: (260) 665-9164
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    M-F 7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

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Matt Hanna,
Superintendent

Physical Address 
Parks and Recreation Department (more)
299 S John St
Angola, IN 46703
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Mailing Address 
210 N Public Sq
Angola, IN 46703
  • Phone: (260) 665-1588
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    M-TH 10:00am-5:00pm

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Planning Department (more)
210 N Public Sq
Angola, IN 46703
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  • Phone: (260) 665-7465
  • Fax: (260) 665-9164
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    M-F 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

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Police Department (more)
202 W Gilmore St
Angola, IN 46703
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  • Phone: (260) 665-2121
  • Fax: (260) 624-2744
  • Staff Directory

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Street Department (more)
210 W Mill St
Angola, IN 46703
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  • Phone: (260) 665-7656
  • Fax: (260) 665-9164
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    M-F 7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

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City Hall (more)
210 N Public Sq
Angola, IN 46703
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  • Phone: (260) 665-3422
  • Fax: (260) 665-9164
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    M-F 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Closed Sundays & Holidays

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Wastewater (more)
1095 Redding Rd
Angola, IN 46703
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  • Phone: (260) 665-6806
  • Fax: (260) 624-2699
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    M-F 7:00 a.m. 3:30 p.m.

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Water Department (more)
300 W Mill St
Angola, IN 46703
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  • Phone: (260) 665-9363
  • Fax: (260) 665-9164
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    M-F 7:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

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202 W Gilmore St
Angola, IN 46703
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Parks and Recreation Department (more)
299 S John St
Angola, IN 46703
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Parks and Recreation Department (more)
299 S John St
Angola, IN 46703
  • Phone: (260) 665-1588
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    M-Th. 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

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Angola, IN 46703
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Angola, IN 46703
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299 S John St
Angola, IN 46703
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Angola, IN 46703
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Angola, IN 46703
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Angola, IN 46703
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Angola, IN 46703
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Angola, IN 46703
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299 S John St
Angola, IN 46703
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Angola, IN 46703
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Angola, IN 46703
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Angola, IN 46703
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Angola, IN 46703
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  • Phone: (260) 665-7465
  • Fax: (260) 665-9164
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  • Office Hours:
    M-F 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

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Planning Department (more)
210 N Public Sq
Angola, IN 46703
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  • Phone: (260) 665-7465
  • Fax: (260) 665-9164
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  • Office Hours:
    M-F 8:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m.

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Mayor's Office (more)
210 N Public Sq
Angola, IN 46703
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  • Phone: (260) 624-2698
  • Fax: (260) 665-9164
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  • Office Hours:
    M-Th 8:00a.m. - 4:00p.m.

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Wastewater (more)
1095 Redding Rd
Angola, IN 46703
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  • Phone: (260) 665-6806
  • Fax: (260) 624-2699
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  • Office Hours:
    M-F 7:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

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City Hall (more)
210 N Public Sq
Angola, IN 46703
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  • Phone: (260) 665-3422
  • Fax: (260) 665-9164
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  • Office Hours:
    M-F 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Closed Sundays & Holidays

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210 N Public Sq
Angola, IN 46703
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210 N Public Sq
Angola, IN 46703
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210 N Public Sq
Angola, IN 46703
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210 N Public Sq
Angola, IN 46703
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210 N Public Sq
Angola, IN 46703
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210 N Public Sq
Angola, IN 46703
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210 N Public Sq
Angola, IN 46703
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Police Department (more)
202 W Gilmore St
Angola, IN 46703
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210 N Public Sq
Angola, IN 46703
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City Hall (more)
210 N Public Sq
Angola, IN 46703
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  • Phone: (260) 665-3556
  • Fax: (260) 665-9164
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  • Office Hours:
    M-F 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Closed Sundays & Holidays

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Planning Department (more)
210 N Public Sq
Angola, IN 46703
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  • Phone: (260) 665-7465
  • Fax: (620) 665-9164
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    M - F 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

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Planning Department (more)
210 N Public Sq
Angola, IN 46703
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  • Phone: (620) 665-7465
  • Fax: (620) 665-9164
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    M - F 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

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210 N Public Sq
Angola, IN 46703
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  • Phone: (260) 665-6846
  • Fax: (260) 665-6846
  • Phone: (260) 665-6683
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    M-F 7:00 a.m. 3:30 p.m. Permitting Hours: M-F 8:00 a.m. till 9: a.m.

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210 N Public Sq
Angola, IN 46703
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  • Fax: (260) 665-6683
  • Phone: (260) 665-6683
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    M-F 7:00 a.m. 3:30 p.m. Permitting Hours: M-F 8:00 a.m. till 9: a.m.

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210 N Public Sq
Angola, IN 46703
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  • Phone: (260) 665-6846
  • Fax: (260) 665-6846
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  • Office Hours:
    M-F 7:00 a.m. 3:30 p.m. Permitting Hours: M-F 8:00 a.m. till 9: a.m.

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  • Company: (260) 624-2663
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