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Local Government

Links and information about Indianapolis and Marion County, Indiana government services, government officials, and township government.

Governor Michael R. Pence
200 W. Washington St.
Rm. 206
Indianapolis, IN 46204317-232-4567

Mayor Gregory A. Ballard
2501 City-County Bldg.200 E. Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204
317-327-3601

Indianapolis Fire Department
Administrative Offices
555 N. New Jersey Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204
317-327-6041

Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department
50 N. Alabama Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204
317-327-3811

Marion County Sheriff's Office
40 S. Alabama Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204
317-327-1700

City-County Building
200 E. Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204
317-327-3200


Web Sites

The State of Indiana: IN:gov
This is the informational website for the state of Indiana. It offers a number of services online such as renewing your license plates, downloading and copying state forms, a self-service legal center that includes divorce and name change forms, finding a job with the State of Indiana, and searching for unclaimed property. Contact the State Information Center at 317 233.0800 or 800 457.8283.

City of Indianapolis and Marion County
Provides information on Marion County local government agencies. This site offers a number of services online such as finding your Representatives and how to contact them, paying parking tickets, checking bus schedules, voter registration, and providing information about property and permits.

Government Profile
Enter your address on this web-based application and you can locate your local Representatives, find out where to vote, see details about your trash pick-up, locate your IMPD district, and your Neighborhood Liaison.

Indiana General Assembly
Access Indiana bills, resolutions, codes, Acts, and the Indiana Constitution. Find current State House and Senate members, and in addition access the Indiana Legislator Database to find historical information on legislators from 1816 to the present.
200 W. Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204.
Indiana House of Representatives: 317-232-9600
Indiana State Senate: 317-232-9400

City-County Council
The City-County Council is the legislative branch of the local county government. Find information on the Councillors, go to Meetings for a schedule of upcoming meetings, and access the Committee Meeting Agendas online back to 2004. Central Library has the historical Proceedings of the Common Council of the City of Indianapolis going back to 1863 in print.
City-County Building
City-County Building #241
200 E. Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204
317 327-4242

Office of the Marion County Clerk
This office's services include issuing marriage licenses, divorce procedures, election information, and voter registration.
City-County Building
Suite W122
200 E. Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204
317-327-4740

Indiana Townships – Trustees Offices (Marion County)
Township trustees prepare the township budget, could be the administrators of township schools, provide fire protection and emergency financial assistance to their constituents.
• Center: 863 Massachusetts Avenue, Indianapolis, IN, 46204 (317.633.3610)
• Decatur: 5410 South High School Road, Indianapolis, IN, 46221 (317.856.6600)
• Franklin: 6231 South Arlington, Indianapolis, IN, 46237 (317.780.1700)
• Lawrence: 4455 McCoy Street, Suite 100, Indianapolis, IN, 46226 (317.890.0011)
• Perry: 4925 Shelby Street, Suite 400, Indianapolis, IN, 46227 (317.788.4815)
• Pike: 5665 Lafayette Road, Suite C, Indianapolis, IN, 46254 (317.291.5801)
• Warren: 501 North Post Road, Suite A, Indianapolis, IN, 46219 (317.327.8947)
• Washington: 5302 North Keystone Avenue, Suite E, Indianapolis, IN, 46220 (317.327.8800)
• Wayne: 5401 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN, 46241 (317.241.4191)

Mayor's Action Center
The Mayor’s Action Center provides a single point of contact in requesting information or services pertaining to abandoned vehicles, potholes, missed trash pick-ups, zoning issues, etc. There is also an online resource called RequestIndy which can be used to report and/or track the status of a request.
200 E Washington St.
Suite 2160
Indianapolis, Indiana 46204
317 327-4622

State Information Search
Search by Subject to find the agency that deals with your specific issue. You can also Search for State Agency Information or Search for State Agency Division Information to find detailed lists of state agencies and state agency divisions.

Public Records
Indianapolis Records
Provides links to some of the most requested public records for Marion County.
IndyGov.Biz
This eCommerce web portal is operated by Local Government Online (LoGO) Indiana and it provides fee-based and free online Indianapolis and Marion County records
SearchSystems.net Free Public Records
A comprehensive free public records database. Includes public records for Indiana, the rest of the U.S., and internationally. Many types of records are included such as codes, court records, divorce, legislation, marriages, licenses, property, unclaimed property, voting registration, etc.

The Indiana State Library
The Indiana State Library is a full depository of all Indiana government publications.
315 West Ohio Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202
317-232-3675

The Indiana State Archives
The Indiana State Archives collects valuable historical records from many agencies of local, county, and state government. Search the Indiana Digital Archives for online records pertaining to the courts, cultural history, land, military, naturalization, police/crime, prisoners, wills, etc.
6440 East 30th St.
Indianapolis, IN 46219
317 591-5222

Online Databases

Library Materials

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Unigov Handbook A Book Of Factual Information About Indianapolis, Indiana
League of Women Voters of Indianapolis
351.09772 LEA 2011