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City of Carmel Newsletter 7-1-2022

The City of Carmel wishes everyone a safe and happy Fourth of July weekend!. We look forward to seeing you at the CarmelFest parade, the festival and fireworks. Thank you to all who make these events possible. Pictured above: Jeff Worrell, Carmel City Councilor At-Large and dedicated 30 year CarmelFest...
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News Release: CarmelFest Road Closure Information

The Carmel Police Department constantly strives to provide safe and efficient traffic flow. The following guide will help you access CarmelFest activities quickly and safely. Please plan ahead with the following information in mind when attending CarmelFest. Quick Tips. Please be patient – Keep in mind there will be many...
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Media Advisory: Celebrate local craft beers, wine at Carmel’s first Brews on the Boulevard event July 30

What: The City of Carmel, its Carmel Brews & Barrels Trail and Allied Solutions presents Brews on the Boulevard, the first official beer and wine festival event in Carmel. Carmel and Carmel area breweries and wineries will be serving unlimited samples of beer and wine with the purchase of a sampling ticket. Tickets can be purchased at CarmelBrewsOnBlvd.com. Vendors will be selling beer and wine in addition to the sampling. There will be food trucks, exclusive Brews & Barrels Trail giveaways and live entertainment! This event is open to the public.
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News Release: Carmel ranked No. 3 ‘Safest City to Raise a Family’ in America

CARMEL, IN – The City of Carmel is the No. 3 “Safest City to Raise a Family” in America, according to a new survey released today by SafeWise, an online resource that provides tools and information to help people make their life safer at home and in their community. The survey is based on FBI data from 2020. Cities were ranked according to the rate of reported violent crimes (including aggravated assault, murder, rape and robbery) and property crimes (burglary, arson, larceny-theft and motor vehicle theft).
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City of Carmel Newsletter 6-24-2022

CarmelFest returns July 3 - 4! Indiana's premier Fourth of July festival will take place in Carter Green and Civic Square again this year and will feature a talent show, food and beverage vendors, games and rides for kids and much more!. Calling all volunteers! CarmelFest needs you!. There are...
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Celebrate diversity at the Carmel Farmers Market

Mayor’s Advisory Commission on Human Relations sponsors booths from Ukrainian Society, Chinese Community and Carmel's sister city groups from Latvia and China. CARMEL, IN – A splash of added diversity will be part of the Carmel Farmers Market on Saturday, June 25, as visitors are encouraged to visit special booths at the market – cultural displays by the Ukrainian Society of Indiana, Indianapolis Chinese Community Center and two of Carmel’s Sister City groups – Jelgava (Latvia) and Xiangyang (China). The booths are being added as part of the Celebration of Diversity at the Carmel Farmers Market and will be located in the grass area along the west edge of the center walkway of Carter Green.
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Corrections: Big Tree Contest winner announced

CARMEL, IN – The City of Carmel has found the biggest tree in the city and it's a sycamore! The Carmel Urban Forestry Committee invited residents to submit their biggest trees in a month-long contest centered around this year’s Arbor Day. The City gathered measurements and inspected the entries to identify the biggest tree in Carmel.
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City of Carmel Newsletter 6-17-2022

Last Saturday, Allied Solutions' Meet Me on Main event for June featured a free sampling and demonstration event at Circle Real Estate. Hosted by the Carmel Caffeine Trail, visitors were treated to coffee and tea treats by local businesses featured on the Trail. Be sure to follow the Caffeine Trail on Facebook and Instagram for future events.
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Explore Your Creative Side with the Indiana Arts & Culture Passport

Please see below for news from our partner. Amy Howell, Director of Tourism, Marketing and Communications. Allison Vanatsky, Social Media and Public Relations Officer. Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch, Indiana Destination Development Corporation (IDDC) and Indiana Arts Commission (IAC), with support from the National Endowment for the Arts, are teaming up to launch the Indiana Arts and Culture Passport.
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Callout for Cortona Sister City volunteers

CARMEL, IN – The City of Carmel is looking for volunteers to serve on a new not-for-profit Sister Cities Committee for Cortona, Italy and invites any resident of Carmel to attend an informational meeting TODAY, June 14, 5:30 p.m. in the 2nd floor Caucus Room at Carmel City Hall.
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City of Carmel Newsletter 6-10-2022

This month's Allied Solutions' Meet Me on Main event is Saturday,. June 11 in the Arts & Design District. Tuesday, June 14 is a great day for a Slowww Roll! Bring your bike and your friends for a relaxing ride through the city. Be a Spark in Your Community!. Commemorative...
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City using new technology to assess road conditions

CARMEL, IN – The City of Carmel Street Department has partnered with StreetScan; a company that employs vehicle-mounted sensing technology to assess road conditions. The system uses technology to determine the health of each street and to identify road defects including potholes, bumps and cracking. Up until now, the...
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City of Carmel partners with Americans for the Arts

CARMEL, IN – The City of Carmel is partnering with Americans for the Arts on a new study exploring the economic impact of nonprofit arts and cultural organizations in communities across the nation. The Arts & Economic Prosperity 6 (AEP6) is the sixth national study of its kind designed to measure the financial impact the arts have on.
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City of Carmel Newsletter 6-3-2022

City of Carmel announces new Sister City in Cortona, Italy. The City of Carmel has announced a new Sister City relationship with the City of Cortona, Arezzo, Italy. Mayor Jim Brainard met with Cortona Mayor Luciano Meoni in Italy last week to sign the official agreement designed to promote international goodwill, understanding, student educational exchanges and expanded business relationships between the two cities and their respective nations.
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News Release: Carmel announces a new Sister City in Cortona, Italy

CARMEL, IN – The City of Carmel has announced a new Sister City relationship with the City of Cortona, Arezzo, Italy. Mayor Jim Brainard (pictured on the right) met with Cortona Mayor Luciano Meoni in Italy last week to sign the official agreement designed to promote international goodwill, understanding, student educational exchanges and expanded business relationships between the two cities and their respective nations.
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City of Carmel Newsletter 5-27-2022

City of Carmel installs new AED station in Midtown Plaza. The City of Carmel unveiled its first of several public “Save Stations” on Wednesday, May 25 at Midtown Plaza along the Monon Greenway. This station is a climate controlled cabinet that houses an automated external defibrillator (AED) and bleeding control kit. Once the door is opened it prompts an emergency response. As a part of Carmel‘s community life saving initiative, this is the first of many more scheduled to be installed in public locations and parks throughout Carmel.
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MEDIA ADVISORY: Midtown 3rd Anniversary Celebration

CARMEL, IN – The City of Carmel will celebrate the third anniversary of Midtown Plaza opening on Friday, May 27 from 5 to 8 p.m. The celebration event, presented by Allied Solutions, will include the following activities:. 5-6 p.m. Music by DJ Jammin’ with Jas. Strolling magician. Carmel...
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Carmel Street Department announces summer paving projects

CARMEL, IN – About 30 lane miles of Carmel city streets are in line for a fresh coat of paving as the City of Carmel’s summer street paving gets underway. The City plans to spend more than $4.5 million on projects across the City. Some of the preliminary work has already begun and as the warm weather continues to take hold, more work will.
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