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HALLOWEEN TRICK OR TREAT HOURS WILL BE 5:30-7:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31ST.  FOLLOWING TRICK OR TREAT HOURS, COSTUME JUDGING WILL BE HELD AT THE NANCY J. DEMBOWSKI COMMUNITY CENTER.  THIS EVENT IS SPONSORED BY STARKE COUNTY A.B.A.T.E.  REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED AND PRIZES FOR BEST COSTUMES WILL BE HANDED OUT!

PEPPERMINT PARADE - SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2ND! THE APPLICATION IS NOW AVAILABLE FOR YOU TO DOWNLOAD UNDER "CALENDAR OF EVENTS"  APPLICATIONS ARE DUE NO LATER THAN NOVEMBER 22ND!

THE SPLASH PAD AT WYTHOGAN PARK IS OFFICIALLY CLOSED FOR THE SEASON AND WILL RE-OPEN IN THE SPRING!  WE HOPE EVERYONE ENJOYED THEMSELVES THIS SUMMER!


MOVIES IN THE PARK ARE NOW OVER FOR THE SEASON.

WE HOPE YOU ENJOYED THE MOVIES IN THE PARK AND WE LOOK FORWARD TO HAVING THIS FAMILY FRIENDLY EVENT AGAIN NEXT SUMMER!

 

GOLF CART REGISTRATION AND REGULATIONS

ORDINANCE #1155 - IS YOUR GOLF CART ROAD READY? 

CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS

GolfCartOrd.1155.pdf

 

COOLER WEATHER IS HERE!!

REMINDER REGARDING GENERAL ANIMAL CARE REQUIREMENTS

Mayor Estok would like to remind residents to take extra care in protecting their pets during our ever changing weather conditions.  

Every responsible pet owner should be vigilant in making sure that their pets are protected from the elements in a structure meeting minimum veterinary standards for warmth and protection.  Pets should be able to stand, sit, and lie down without restrictions in a safe and sanitary manner and have sufficient food and water at all times. 

Under Ordinance 1087 the City of Knox does have the right to enforce the humane treatment of animals.  If pet owners are found to be in violation of the terms of this Ordinance, citations will be handed out accordingly. 

If at all possible, pets should be brought inside or kept indoors during ANY extreme weather conditions.


 

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Emergency Services

Knox City Fire Department

The Knox City Fire Department is located at 101 West Washington Street and is headed by Chief Ken Pfost. Information on the No Burn Ordinance, Burn Permits, Fire Safety, and Fire Prevention is available at (574) 772-4141.

Knox City Police Department

The Knox City Police Department is also located at 120 North Shield Street and is headed by Harold Smith, Chief of Police. They can be reached at (574) 772-4122, or by email at knoxpolice@cityofknox.net.