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Building Safety Department Services

The City of Angola Building Safety Department supports the safety and quality of life for our residents and visitors to the City of Angola through our application and use of the Indiana statewide code of fire safety laws and building laws. The permitting and inspection process promotes high quality design standards as well as the conservation, rehabilitation and efficient reuse of existing Class 1 and Class 2 structures in the City of Angola.

Issuance of construction permits and inspection of construction is one way the City of Angola Building Safety Department regulates compliance with the statewide code of fire safety laws and building laws.

The City of Angola Building Safety Department conducts fire prevention inspections of all existing Occupied Class 1 structures every year by the City of Angola Fire Marshal. The process is designed to cause all existing Class 1 and Class 2 structures in the City to be safe for occupancy. The safety of occupants is our primary concern for having construction and fire prevention codes.

The Building Commissioner also serves as the City of Angola ADA Coordinator with assistance from the City Engineer and all other applicable City of Angola Department Heads.

Building Construction Permits

There are many important reasons to obtain required building construction permit(s) and to obtain inspections for your construction project. Your permit allows the City of Angola International Certified Code Officials to reduce potential hazards of unsafe construction and to provide for the public health, welfare and safety. By following Indiana statewide code of fire safety laws and building laws and adopted standards, completed 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.

Building Construction Permit Application (PDF)

Building Construction Permit Application (Word)

Electronic filing Building Construction Applications and Plans

Building Construction Permit Fee Schedule

Building Safety Department Services

Responds to citizen inquiries and requests

  • Assist citizens with City site improvement review and approval process
  • Works closely with all City, County, and State Departments that regulate site improvements for the construction of Class 1 and Class 2 structures 
  • Administers the City of Angola Building Code Ordinance
  • Administers the City of Angola Fire Code Ordinance
  • Administers the City of Angola Dangerous Building Ordinance
  • Administers the City of Angola Sexually Oriented Businesses License Ordinance
  • Provide Technical Support
  • Perform Class 1 and Class 2 Structure Plan Review
  • Issues building construction permits and other City permits
  • On-Site Construction Inspections
  • Fire Prevention Inspections
  • Underground storage tank installations and removal inspections
  • Energy Code Compliance
  • Approval of Alternative Methods and Materials
  • Expeditious Permit Processing
  • Coordination of the Permit Process with Other Departments and Government Agencies to Ensure That the End Product Meets the Needs of the Community
  • Plan Review
  • Unsafe Building Inspection
  • Education
  • Sexually Oriented Businesses Administration
  • Land use Enforcement
  • Nuisance Enforcement    

Appointments?  Please call!

To request a pre-application meeting to assist in preparing your project for submittal please do not hesitate to contact the staff of the Building Safety Department.

Phone Calls?

For questions about specific properties, permits, and general building construction code information, please do not hesitate to contact the staff of the Building Safety Department.  If staff is unavailable, please do not hesitate to leave a phone or email message.

Walk In?

We are available every morning to answer all types of general questions. If we happen to be out, were just a Cell phone call away.

Who issues building construction permits?

Building Construction permits are issued by the City of Angola Building Safety Department. In some situations, for example with property that is located in unincorporated areas, it is the County Building Department that is responsible for permitting. Even if your town is incorporated, some Towns have agreements in place that allow the county to issue permits.

When is a building construction permit NOT required?

Repairs and maintenance of existing construction which does not compromise Structural safety and Repairs and maintenance of existing installed systems, equipment and even replacement of existing systems and equipment with like equipment do not require a Building Construction Permit .

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

 

 

In 2009 the City of Angola finished a 4 mile portion of the countywide trail system. This portion connects Commons Park on the south side of Angola to Wendell Jacob Avenue. This trail will eventually connect to Pokagon State Park. The trail is designated for foot or bicycle traffic and connects to many destinations along the way. Commons Park, Firemen's Park, Steuben County YMCA and various businesses are along this route.  

 

 State of Indiana Electronic filing of Building Construction Project Plans for Plan Review

Effective July 1, 2014 the Indiana Building Plan Review process will have a new format. NO new information will be required to file building plans. Please review the below links for information on the new policy and procedure.

Filing Plans for Review


To check on the status of your project - CLICK HERE

Electronic Filing Information - CLICK HERE

Fire Suppression System Filing Information - CLICK HERE

  • To determine if your project may be exempt from filing with the State, please send an E-mail to Bonnie Robison  or Dave Moses . Please give a detailed description of work to be performed as well as City and County.
  • If you wish to have your project expedited, please contact Dave Moses  at 317-232-1426 or Bonnie Robison at 317-232-1421. Please be aware that there is a $5000 fee for expediting a project.  Thank you for your patience.

The Plan Review staff reviews plans for construction and alteration of Class I structures for compliance with applicable adopted codes and standards, and prepares design releases for approval by the State Fire Marshal. Three main programs are included in this process: project filing, review and release documentation.

 

Fee Information

The Fire and Building Safety Division will only accept VISA Credit Cards for those applications that are filed on-line from our web site.  VISA Credit Cards will NO LONGER BE ACCEPTED for a  fax or walk-in customer.

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City of Angola Water Department Back Flow Information

Caution! Your garden water hose may be hazardous to your health.

Do you know the dangers of backflow?
A man sprays commercial weed killer containing an arsenic compound on the lawn using a garden hose attachment. After finishing, he disconnects the applicator. Since it is a hot day, he takes a drink of water from the hose. A short time later, he dies from arsenic poisoning.

How could this happen?
While the man was spraying weed killer, the water pressure dropped, which resulted in the chemical being sucked back into the hose. Later, when he drank from the hose, the poison was in the water. He unknowingly poisoned himself.

When water flows backward through the water supply system, it is called "back siphonage" or "backflow." The danger comes when any hose including a garden hose, is connected to a harmful substance. If the pressure in a water main drops while the hose is submerged in polluted or contaminated water, then the water (and whatever is in it) could be sucked back into the water pipes inside your home and into the drinking water supply. Water pressure drops are not uncommon. It can happen when firefighters battle a nearby blaze or before an Authority crew repairs a broken water main on a nearby street.

Some harmful substances to be wary of are chemicals used to kill weeds, insects or lawn fertilizers. The cleanser used around the kitchen sink could be hazardous if ingested, as could the bacteria in the water from a wading pool or waterbed.

Keeping your water safe from contaminants is easy.

The following steps will help protect your drinking water:

  • Never submerge hoses in buckets, pools, tubs or sinks. Keep the end of the hose clear of possible contaminants.
  • Don't use spray attachments without a backflow prevention device.
  • Purchase and install inexpensive backflow prevention devices for all threaded faucets around your home. They are available at hardware stores and home-improvement centers.

Legislative mandate to adopt the statewide code of fire safety laws and building laws

Each local Government Unit is mandated by the Indiana State Legislature to require compliance with the statewide code of fire safety laws and building laws adopted by the Indiana Fire Prevention and Building Safety Commission in accordance with Indiana Code 36-7-2-9. Because the State of Indiana is a Home Rule State, and because there is no constitutional or statutory provision requiring a specific manner for exercising the power to regulate construction of Class 1 and Class 2 structures, Each Unit of Local Government is required to adopt an ordinance in accordance with Indiana Code 36-1-3 to require compliance with the statewide code of fire safety laws and building laws adopted in the rules of the fire prevention and building safety commission under Indiana Code 22-13 .

Each local Government Unit which has a fire department serving an area which includes a City is mandated by the Indiana State Legislature to engage in an inspection program to promote compliance with fire safety laws in accordance with

Indiana Code 36-8-17-8.

 

IC 22-12-2 Fire Prevention and Building Safety Commission

Chapter 2. Fire Prevention and Building Safety Commission

IC 22-12-2-1

Establishment of commission

Sec. 1. The fire prevention and building safety commission is established. As added by P.L.245-1987, SEC.1.

IC 22-13-2-2

Sec. 2. (a) The commission shall adopt rules/codes under IC 4-22-2 to adopt a statewide code of fire safety laws and building laws.

IC 22-13-4-1 Conditions to be promoted by adopted rules/codes

Sec. 1. (a) The building rules adopted by the commission to govern new construction must promote the following:

(1) Safety.

(2) Sanitary conditions.

(3) Energy conservation.

(4) Access by a person with a physical disability to Class 1 structures.

(b) Rules that:

(1) are adopted by the commission or the rules board under this article; and

(2) are not covered by subsection (a); must promote safety.

As added by P.L.245-1987, SEC.2. Amended by P.L.23-1993, SEC.151.

IC 22-13-4-1.5 Compliance with Americans with Disabilities Act

Sec. 1.5. (a) The commission shall adopt building rules for the purpose of complying with and implementing the Americans with Disabilities Act (42 U.S.C. 12181 et seq.) and any amendments and regulations relating to the Act, to be consistent with the Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines (28 CFR 36.101 et seq.).

(b) The rules/codes adopted under this section must:

(1) require that new construction must be readily accessible to and usable by individuals with disabilities, unless it is structurally impracticable to meet the accessibility requirements according to the standards established by the Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines (28 CFR 36.101 et seq.);

(2) require that an alteration of an existing facility must be made so that the alteration complies with the readily achievable barrier removal provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines (28 CFR 36.101 et seq.); and (3) allow the use of reasonable and cost-effective alternative means of public access or service if the alternative means are consistent with the Americans with Disabilities Act (42 U.S.C. 12181 et seq.) As added by P.L.118-1994, SEC.3. Amended by P.L.168-1997, SEC.1.

IC 22-13-4-4 Minor construction; exemptions

Sec. 4. The commission may adopt building rules that exempt minor construction (as defined in the rules adopted by the commission) from the design release requirement under IC 22-15-3 and the regulated lifting device installation or alteration permit requirement under IC 22-15-5. As added by P.L.245-1987, SEC.2.

IC 22-13-4-5 Conversion of buildings; exemption from rules

Sec. 5. (a) The commission shall adopt building rules that allow a person to convert a building or other structure, in whole or in part, from one (1) class of occupancy and use established under the commission's rules to another without complying with all of the commission's rules governing new construction.

(b) The rules adopted under this section must protect the public from significant health hazards and safety hazards.

(c) Subject to subsection (b), the rules must promote the following:

(1) The preservation of architecturally significant and historically significant parts of buildings and other structures.

(2) The economically efficient reuse of buildings and other structures.

(d) The rules adopted under this section may condition an exemption upon: (1) passing an inspection conducted by the department; and

(2) paying the fee set under IC 22-12-6-6.  As added by P.L.245-1987, SEC.2.

 

IC 22-13-4-7 Visitability standards

Sec. 7. (a) This section applies only to new construction of the following dwellings:

(1) A detached one (1) or two (2) family dwelling.

(2) A townhouse.

(b) This section does not apply to a mobile structure or an industrialized building system.

(c) As used in this section, "environmental controls" means switches or devices that control or regulate lights, temperature, fuses, fans, doors, security system features, or other features.

(d) As used in this section, "new construction" means the construction of a new dwelling on a vacant lot. The term does not include an addition to or remodeling of an existing building.

(e) As used in this section, "townhouse" means a single family dwelling unit constructed in a row of attached units separated by property lines and with open space on at least two (2) sides.

(f) As used in this section, "visitability feature" means a design feature of a dwelling that allows a person with mobility impairment to enter and comfortably stay in a dwelling for duration of time. The term includes features that allow a person with mobility impairment to get in and out through one (1) exterior door

of the dwelling without any steps and to pass through all main floor interior doors, including a bathroom door.

(g) If a person contracts with a designer and a builder for construction of a visitability feature in the new construction of a dwelling, the designer and builder shall comply with the standards adopted by the commission under this section for the construction and design of the visitability feature. The standards adopted under this section:

(1) shall be enforced by a political subdivision that enforces the commission's standards with respect to Class 2 structures; and (2) may not be enforced by the department.

(h) The commission shall adopt minimum standards by rule under IC 4-22-2 for visitability features in the new construction of a

dwelling. The rules shall include minimum standards for the following:

(1) Entrances to the dwelling, including paths from the dwelling to the street.

(2) Room dimensions.

(3) The width of exterior and interior doors.

(4) The width of interior hallways.

(5) The grade of interior thresholds and hallways.

(6) The height and location of environmental controls.

(7) The reinforcement of bathroom walls sufficient to attach grab bars.

As added by P.L.112-2003, SEC.1. Amended by P.L.97-2004, SEC.85.

IC 22-13-2-3

Precedence of rules/codes adopted by commission; reference to rules/codes adopted by Local Government Ordinances

Sec. 3. (a) Except to the extent provided in subsection (c), the rules/codes adopted under section 2 of this chapter take precedence over:

(1) any rule/code adopted by a state agency that conflicts with the commission's fire safety rules or building rules; and

(2) any ordinance or other regulation adopted by a political subdivision that covers the same subject matter as the commission's fire safety rules or building rules.

IC 22-12-2-2

Membership of the Fire Prevention and Building Safety Commission

Sec. 2. (a) The commission consists of eleven (11) members, nine (9) of whom shall be appointed by the governor.

(b) The term of a commission member is four (4) years.

(c) The state health commissioner or the commissioner's designee shall serve as a member of the commission, and the commissioner of

labor or the commissioner's designee shall serve as a member of the commission.

(d) Each appointed member of the commission must have a recognized interest, knowledge, and experience in the field of fire prevention, fire protection, building safety, or other related matters.

The governor shall consider appointing individuals to the commission with experience in the following:

(1) A paid fire department.

(2) A volunteer fire department.

(3) The field of fire insurance.

(4) The fire service industry.

(5) The manufactured housing industry.

(6) The field of fire protection engineering.

(7) As a professionally licensed engineer.

(8) Building contracting.

(9) The field of building one (1) and two (2) family dwellings.

(10) As a professionally licensed architect.

(11) The design or construction of heating, ventilating, air conditioning, or plumbing systems.

(12) The design or construction of regulated lifting devices.

(13) City, town, or county building inspection.

(14) Regulated amusement devices.

(15) Accessibility requirements and personal experience with a disability.

(16) Underground and aboveground motor fuel storage tanks and dispensing systems.

(17) The masonry trades.

(18) Energy conservation codes and standards, including the manner in which energy conservation codes and standards apply to:

(A) residential;

(B) single and multiple family dwelling; or

(C) commercial; building codes.

(e) Not more than five (5) of the appointed members of the commission may be affiliated with the same political party. As added by P.L.245-1987, SEC.1. Amended by P.L.225-1989, SEC.1; P.L.118-1994, SEC.1; P.L.226-1995, SEC.1; P.L.1-1999, SEC.56; P.L.119-2002, SEC.4; P.L.22-2005, SEC.33.

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

 

 

Weeks of April 6th through October 19th Pick-up starts at 7 a.m. on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month. Pick-up is at the curb side only. Do not put brush in the street. All brush must be stacked in one direction and the pile must be free of trash or other debris. If a contractor was hired to trim or remove a tree, it is their responsibility to haul away the waste.

safety lockProject Childsafe, a nationwide program to help ensure safe and responsible firearms ownership and storage, developed by the National Shooting Sports Foundation and supported by a U.S. Department of Justice grant. Stop by the Angola Police Department, to pick up your FREE Project Childsafe gun lock.

Child Safety Seat Checks

Child safety seat general guidelines and related information:

Rear Facing Car Seats:

  • Children must remain rear facing until they are at least 1 year old AND 20 pounds. 
  • The harness straps should be at or below the child's shoulders. 
  • The harness straps should be snug; no more than one finger should fit between the harness and the child's shoulder. 
  • The retainer clip should be at the armpit level. 
  • The seat should not move more than one inch from side to side or front to back. 
  • This is the safest position for a young child, and parents are encouraged to leave their children rear facing until the child reaches the rear facing weight and height restrictions for the particular seat the child is using.

Forward Facing Car Seats:

  • Harness straps should be at or above the child's shoulders. 
  • The harness straps should be snug; no more than one finger should fit between the harness and the child's shoulder. 
  • The retainer clip should be at the armpit level. 
  • The seat should not move more than one inch from side to side or front to back.

Booster Seats:

  • Indiana Law requires all children under the age of 8 to be restrained in a child safety seat or booster seat. 
  • Booster seats must be used with a Lap and Shoulder belt, and should NEVER be used with a lap belt only. 
  • A booster seat should be used until the child is over 4'9” AND 80 pounds, even if the child is 8 years old or older.

General guidelines and recommendations for all car seats:

  • Car seats should be replaced 6 years after the date of manufacture. 
  • Car seats should be replaced if they have been involved in a crash. 
  • Parents should check the recall list to ensure that the child seat has not been recalled. 
  • All child seats should be inspected by a certified technician to ensure that the seat is being used correctly and installed properly.

For more information see the following links:

Steuben County Underwater Rescue & Recovery Team (SCURRT)

What is SCURRT?

After a near drowning and a drowning that occurred on Lake James in 1997, it was recongnized that Steuben County needed to enhance our ability to better protect the citizens that use our natural resources for recreation. In the spring of 1998, efforts were spearheaded by Captain Terry Gary of the Angola Fire Department to form a group of trained divers to work together as a team. The Steuben County Underwater Rescue and Recovery Team (S.C.U.R.R.T.) was formed.

S.C.U.R.R.T. is a multi-jurisdictional team compromised of members from various emergency services from around the Steuben County area. This is the only dive team to serve Steuben and the surrounding counties. 

The main objective of the S.C.U.R.R.T. is to provide a trained, efficient water rescue team to the community we serve and to ensure the safety of our team members by providing up to date equipment that will offer protection from potential hazards that exist. 

S.C.U.R.R.T. members train once a month on various aspects of diving. Some training sessions are in the classroom setting while roughly eight training sessions are devoted to actual diving. Ice diving, tow bar operations, search patterns, entanglement hazards, and emergency operations are just a few of the scenarios that the divers train on in the water. 

Additional services include: Assist police in evidence recovery dives, recover lost property, assist wrecker companies with recovery of vehicles in a body of water, and train area departments with surface water/ice rescue techniques. 

For more information or group demonstrations contact Lt. Keven Mory at 260-665-5555.

Curb side collection for 2017-2018 will begin December 26th and run through January 12th. Please place your tree next to the curb, not in the street.

Collection schedules will only be interrupted in the event of severe weather (brush, leaf, or Christmas Tree collection).

City Standard Details
Here you can get the City of Angola’s standard details. They can be downloaded in PDF formats. PDF will require Adobe's Acrobat Reader. The City maps showing Utilities are for General Information only and should not be used for design work. Please contact the City of Angola Engineering Department for detailed utility layout and sizes.

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City Street Details

Curb Casting for City Streets
Street Inlet & Catch Basin With Subsurface Drain
Typical Curb & Gutter
Typical Trench Details Within City Streets
Storm Sewer Manhole Frames & Covers

Sidewalk & Driveway Details

Construction of Streets

INDOT 2005 Sidewalk Curb Ramp Details
Design Memorandum for Sidewalk Curb Ramps
General Notes & Details
Improved Access Ramp
Locations for Sidewalk Curb Ramps
Sidewalk Adjacent to Curb
Sidewalk with Utility Strip
Types of Curbs
Type A
Type B
Type C
Type D
Type E
Type F
Type G & H
Type K
Type L

City of Angola - Title VI & ADA Information

ADA Documents

Sanitary Sewer Details
Control Manhole for Industrial Surveillance
Force Main Connection to Manhole
Manhole Frames & Covers
Type J, K, L, M, N Manholes
Typical 48 Inch Drop Manhole
Typical 48 Inch Manhole 

Sanitary Sewer details

Erosion Control Practices
Inlet Protection
Silt Fence
Temporary Gravel Construction Entrance-Exit
Erosion & Sediment Control Ordinance 1164 - 2004

Water Specifications
Water Specifications
Ordinance No. 1311-2009.AMC.Chapter52Water
Water Meter Installation Specifications 2009

City Ordinances
Post-Construction Operation and Maintenance Ord. 1207-2005
Erosion & Sediment Control Ord. 1164-2004
Sewer Connection Fees Ordinance - 01429-2012 
Storm Water Ordinance
Street Cut Ordinance
Tree Ordinance
Water Connection Fees Ordinance - 10428-2012
Fees for Site Improvement Permits 
Illicit Discharge and Elimination Ordinance Ord. 1159-2004
Illicit Discharge & Elimination Ordinance Enforcement Through Administrative Proceedings Ord. 1160 - 2004

City Maps
City Council Map
Zoning Map
Jurisdictional Map

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Every year the Angola Tree Board gives away trees for the City-Wide Tree Give-Away. Most years over 100 trees are given to those who call in first to reserve a tree. A notice is printed on the City utility bill in February or March. The city resident can choose to plant the tree themselves or have the Angola Middle School students plant it for them. This is part of the Arbor Day festivities conducted by the school. Our Tree Board does an exceptional job at educating the youth about the importance and value of trees. Keep an eye on your utility bills for a chance to reserve a free tree.  

city wide tree give away

The Civil War Days is a weekend long festival, filled with action and education. Each year represents a different battle of the Civil War. A variety of actors play the part of different occupations of the war: doctors, wives and children of soldiers, blacksmiths and many more. This is a three day event, with the first day of the weekend dedicated to different school groups that come to learn about the war. Saturday and Sunday are then full days of education and battles!  

Clerk-Treasurer Staff

City of Angola Water Department Cold Weather Tips

Insulate Water Pipes

Water pipes located next to an outside wall are often subjected to sub-freezing temperatures. Any plumbing located in a garage or any other unheated building is susceptible to low temperatures. Any exposed pipes should be wrapped or insulated. There are other devices such as heat tape which can be used to keep pipes from freezing. Insulate areas that have frozen in the past.

Don't forget outside faucets. Turn off valves to outside faucets and then drain any water in the faucets. If there are no valves to outside faucets, they may be protected by insulating them and then placing a plastic bag over them to protect the insulation.

Pipes in cabinets could be located against an outside wall. Even if these pipes have been insulated, you should consider leaving the cabinet doors open to allow the heat in the room to keep them from freezing.

If your house has a crawl space located under it, close all air vents located in the foundation wall. This will prevent the pipes in the crawl space from being exposed to the cold air.

These winter advisory tips will pay off in fewer customer calls during a severe winter.

As per city ordinance the property owner is responsible for any water meters that freeze and cause damage. A frozen meter charge shall be $20.00 for a service call plus any cost of materials needed to repair the damaged meter.

Thawing Frozen Pipes

Even if all precautions are taken you still might find a frozen pipe in your house. The freeze-up may be eliminated by applying heat to the frozen area on the pipe using a hair dryer, heat lamp, light bulb or space heater. Do not use a torch or other open flame.

Cut-Off Valve

Does your house have a private cut-off valve in or near the house? If so, know where it is located and how to shut it off in case of an emergency. It is also a good idea to open and shut the valve a couple times a year. This exercise could keep the valve from becoming stuck.

Commons Park is our largest park and the location of the majority of our events and programs.  The original 20 acres were purchased with help from a LWCF grant in 1976.  In 1994, utilizing another matching LWCF grant, an additional 80 acres was purchased to make Commons Park just over 100 acres.  Commons Park features a large 15 year old community built wooden playground, five pavilions, a bandstand, basketball court, volleyball courts, horse shoe pits, a soccer field, 3 ball fields, 3 handicapped accessible restrooms and our office/maintenance building.  We also have a couple permanent grills, a swing set, and many picnic and relaxing sites with tables and benches.  This park also hosts a ½ mile paved walking trail in conjunction with the newly finished portion of the Steuben County trail system.  Within Commons Park there are also grass nature trails, an archery range, a small wetland with a wildlife overlook, a natural spring with a deck.  An abundant array of wildlife can be seen in these areas.

Lions Pavilion has seating for 78 people under pavilion. Restrooms, electric, water and charcoal grill available. It's located across the drive to the north of Friendship Playground. Please see "Rental Information" for rental costs.   

Commons 1

Locust Pavilion has seating for 36 people under pavilion. It is the smallest pavilion located at the end of Don Sell Ave. No electric or water, shared restrooms with Lions or Friendship Playground. Please see "Rental Information" for rental costs.  

commons 2

Friendship Pavilion has seating for 54 people under pavilion. It's located across the parking lot from Friendship Playground. Electric available, no water, shared restrooms with Commons 1 or Friendship Playground. Please see "Rental Information" for rental costs.  

commons 3

Each Summer the Angola Parks & Recreation and sometimes occasional businesses, will sponsor two concerts in the park. The concerts take place at the Roman Beer Performance Center in Commons Park. These concerts are FREE admission events. Be sure to support the parks by visiting their concession stand.  

2016 Concerts:

> Junk Yard Band- They have been sponsored by Cameron Memorial Community Hospital and will be performing June 17th from 7-9:30 at the Roman Beer Performance Center in Commons Park.  Come join in the fun and be sure to thank Cameron Hospital!

> Hubie Ashcraft and the Drive- They will be performing Friday, August 26th from 7-9 PM at the Roman Beer Performance Center in Commons Park.    

New Service Taps:
City Engineer
260-665-6748
City Hall, Room 202
210 N. Public Square
Angola, IN 46703

Existing Service Connections and Disconnections:
Utility Customer Service & Billing
260-665-3422
City Hall
210 N. Public Square
Angola, IN 46703

Wastewater Department Combined Sewer Overflow Information

Some of the sewers in Angola are "combined." Combined sewers collect both sanitary waste and storm water in wet weather. These combined sewers designed and constructed several years ago result in the bypass of untreated sewage during heavy rains or excessive snowmelt. This untreated sewage ends up downstream in the watershed helping to contribute to water quality problems in the Pigeon Creek Watershed. Over the past decade, Angola has spent around $12 million to reduce Combined Sewer Overflows (CSO's) and in fact has reduced the frequency and duration of the bypass of sewage to the H.D. Wood Ditch by 96%. If you are interested in notification of CSO events, please request by email at cwilliams@angolain.org

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Angola, IN 46703
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210 N Public Sq
Angola, IN 46703
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Angola, IN 46703
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    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)
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Angola, IN 46703
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    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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Angola, IN 46703
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    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
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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

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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
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  • 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
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  • 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
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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
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  • 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
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  • Office Hours:
    M-F 7:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

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

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Physical Address 
Parks and Recreation Department (more)
299 S John St
Angola, IN 46703
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Mailing Address 
Parks and Recreation Department (more)
299 S John St
Angola, IN 46703
  • Phone: (260) 665-1588
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  • Office Hours:
    M-Th. 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

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Physical Address 
Parks and Recreation Department (more)
299 S John St
Angola, IN 46703
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Mailing Address 
Parks and Recreation Department (more)
299 S John St
Angola, IN 46703
  • Phone: (260) 665-1588
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  • Office Hours:
    M-Th. 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

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Physical Address 
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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Physical Address 
Parks and Recreation Department (more)
299 S John St
Angola, IN 46703
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Mailing Address 
Parks and Recreation Department (more)
299 S John St
Angola, IN 46703
  • Phone: (260) 665-1588
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  • Office Hours:
    M-Th. 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

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Physical Address 
Parks and Recreation Department (more)
299 S John St
Angola, IN 46703
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Mailing Address 
Parks and Recreation Department (more)
299 S John St
Angola, IN 46703
  • Phone: (260) 665-1588
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  • Office Hours:
    M-Th. 10:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.

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Physical Address 
Parks and Recreation Department (more)
299 S John St
Angola, IN 46703
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Mailing Address 
Parks and Recreation Department (more)
299 S John St
Angola, IN 46703
  • Phone: (260) 665-1588
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  • Office Hours:
    M-Th. 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 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
  • 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: (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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Mayor's Office (more)
210 N Public Sq
Angola, IN 46703
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  • Phone: (260) 624-2698
  • Fax: (260) 665-9164
  • Staff Directory
  • 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
  • Staff Directory
  • 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
  • Staff Directory
  • 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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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
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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: (620) 665-7465
  • Fax: (620) 665-9164
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  • 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
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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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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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Building Commissioner / Fire Marshal

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