x Ingalls Town Office working a limited schedule.

Effective 03/25/2020, the Ingalls Town Hall Offices will be working on a limited schedule.  Unfortunately, at this time, payments by phone will not be processed.  You can still leave messages.  Phone messages will be returned promptly during workers scheduled time in the office.  Also questions can be emailed to: watercompany@townofingalls.us 

And as always, you can make payments by dropping payments in our drop box, and you can go to our website; www.townofingalls.us to pay online.  If there are any issues with payments, please leave us a message and we will address it when available in the office.

If you have a water emergency, please call the emergency number at 317-716-5978.

Please visit Ingalls website or the Facebook page for updates.

We are truly sorry for any inconveniences at this time.

Town of Ingalls



Effective immediately Best Way is suspending all "HEAVY TRASH PICK UP DAYS" until further notice.

Best Ways office is open, but remains closed to the public and not accepting cash.   Best Way Transfer Station will remain open as usual.




Regarding Coronavirus - CLOSING TO THE PUBLIC

Due to the recent issues with the Coronavirus, we are not allowing public traffic into our office effective immediately.  Our concerns are to keep the office staff safe as well as the public. Utility Bills can be paid by dropping your payment in the drop box in the vestibule as you walk in the door.  The drop box is open 24/7.  You can also pay your utility bill on line at www.townofingalls.us; and presently, you can also call the office and pay over the phone with a debit or credit card at (317)485-4321, 9am to 4pm Monday through Friday.

 I would also like to take this opportunity to direct residents to the town Facebook page. It is a good source of information and updated nearly every day with everything from meeting dates to Ingalls residents, school closings, and now coronavirus updates.


 For our In-Town Residents:

Over the past few years, the issue with unregistered, non-running, and junk vehicles has largely been ignored. Recently, the town has received several complaints regarding this. It doesnt take long driving through town to realize this situation has gotten out of hand. It has been said up to 100 vehicles in town are in violation of Ingalls town ordinance 2014-1. This includes any inoperable, wrecked, disassembled, abandoned, or junk vehicles. The goal here is not to tag and tow every vehicle in violation but to make everyone aware of the ordinance and give ample time to correct the situation. If this notice doesnt pertain to you, then disregard. If it does then please take this opportunity to clean up or correct it. We are asking that any vehicle in violation be cleaned up by April 30th. That gives everyone more than 30 days by the time this notice is received to address it. With spring rapidly approaching, this will help clean up the town as a whole. There will be copies of the ordinance available in the town office. If the office is closed due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, we can make arrangements to have a copy sent via email or USPS. Thank you for your cooperation.




     Public Notice on the Proposed Voting Center Plan

Propsed Center for voting.  Click on the attachement to read the letter that has been sent to all Madison County Government Centers.