Town of Newburgh Indiana, Est. 1803 - National Register of Historic Places, National Main Street Community, Ohio River Scenic Byway  


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Local Happenings & News:

Forest Park Drianage Improvements & Master Plan Update Draft

Rivertown Trail Expansion - Phase IIIA - Click link for more information




The Warrick Emergency Management Agency is asking for anyone that has damage to their property due to the recent rainfall and flooding to fill out a Damage Assessment.
This information is used for damage assessment purposes only and is part of the State's process to determine if damage is sufficient enough to request a disaster declaration from the President.
The Damage Assessment can be accessed on the following website:
If you have any questions you can contact the Warrick Emergency Management Agency at 812-897-6178. You can also pickup a Damage Assessment form in their offices located at 107 W Locust Street, Room 307, Boonville, IN 47601.


Town of Newburgh ADA Transition Plan

Adopted March 27, 2013 - Note: Some portions of Appendix B have been omitted due to limitations of attachment size. These omissions are sidewalk logs and pictures. The plan can be viewed in its entirety at Newburgh Town Hall, 23 W. Jennings Street, Newburgh, IN.

Title VI Civil Rights Act of 1964 Implementation Policy


Historic Property Search

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  • At the survey type drop down, choose IHSSI (County Survey).
  • Enter the address and city you are searching for.

If you have questions, please contact Tavi Wydicks at 812-853-2728.


Newburgh Parks & Community Pool

2018 Park Pals Brochure

The Newburgh Town Council made an extremely difficult decision last Wednesday to close the Newburgh Community Pool.  As community leaders they are tasked with keeping our citizens safe and being good stewards of tax money.
The past:

  • Each season the pool costs approximately $100,000 to operate.
  • Revenues over the past few years have been approximately $40,000 with declining overall attendance and not so rave reviews about pool and bath house conditions.  Despite major marketing efforts last season and a reduction in price which increased our attendance we were unable to affect change. 
Year Revenues Expenditures
2010 $89,932.16


2011 $86,621.00 $100,769.69
2012 $87,767.80 $100,391.06
2013 $75,903.00 $109,470.27
2014 $63,607.47 $106,704.10
2015 $48,977.42 $98,060.58
2016 $42,478.00 $87,276.28
2017 $48,085.80 $99,845.50
  • The 45 year old pool is a bowl inside of a bowl.  The outside ‘bowl’ or exterior gutter walls were poured in sections and have separated over the years.  The constant leak requires us to add 1000-1500 gallons of water a day which makes it difficult to stabilize chemical balances and guarantee water safety not to mention the cost of the water and additional chemicals.
  • The pool deck has raised and lowered posing a tripping hazard.
  • Electrical and plumbing is outdated and not working properly. 
  • Just to turn the water on for the season, a backflow preventer would need to be installed to comply with code at a cost of $14,000.00.

The future:

  • As stated in our Parks Master Plan, The Town of Newburgh has a vision for Lou Dennis Community Park that includes a new pool and/or splash park.   The town faces several challenges with funding as its tax base only encompasses the 1500 households within corporate limits.  The Parks Board will also be holding a public forum dedicated to the pool in early March (date to be decided).  If you would like to show your support and help the town move forward with this endeavor the Parks department has created a foundation called “Park Pals” which is currently accepting volunteers and donations.  Contact Town Hall to sign up and be a part of the solution. 

Christy Powell
Town Manager


Mosquito Fogging

Action Pest Control will be fogging the downtown area EVERY Thursday starting around 7:00 p.m. throughout the warmer months.






August Meeting Schedule


Town Council Agenda


Town of Newburgh
Code of Ordinances


2019 Trash &
Recycling Calendar


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