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Now more than ever, the housing market is booming in the City of Jeffersonville. New families are moving in, new developments are under construction and those that have always called our city home continue to invest in their properties. Realtors can’t sell fast enough.
 
Downtown Jeffersonville is a destination. The Walcott had 96% of its units leased in less than a year.
 
“Thousands and thousands of people are coming into Jeffersonville; they’ve discovered what we have,” Mayor Moore said.
 
Check out this video to see why if you aren’t living in Jeffersonville, you should be!
 
 
 
 
 

A MESSAGE FROM MAYOR MIKE MOORE

Mike Moore Mayor

It’s what we’ve all been waiting for: Time to turn the calendar over to a new year and officially put everything from 2020 in the past. Go ahead and pretend the whole year didn’t happen at all if it makes you feel better – most people wouldn’t try to stop you.

I decided that in order to get the new year off to a good start, I first had to reconcile my differences with the old year. That doesn’t mean forgetting the bad things. It means choosing to focus on all of the good things instead. And there were some good things about 2020.

Thanks to 2020, families spent more time together, learned to eat meals together at home again and found simple, creative ways to stay calm and entertained. Also, there was Tiger King.

Thanks to 2020, people came out of their houses and met their neighbors again. They waved from their front porches and said hello over the fence, kept an eye out in case groceries needed to be picked up and encouraged each other with sidewalk chalk hearts and rainbows.  

Thanks to 2020, the City managed to open two new parks, complete a major road project, open the city’s first movie theatre in more than 20 years and welcome the first class of students to a brand new downtown elementary school.

Thanks to 2020, I’m heading into 2021 with the confidence that Jeffersonville is ready for anything. So much last year was out of our control. But we excelled at everything that was within our control. Jeffersonville is a strong community. In spite of the challenges last year we have continued to pursue development opportunities and expand our economy.

Thanks to 2020, there was a renewal of selflessness in our community. We have stayed home, missed events we had our hearts set on attending, worn our masks – not because we wanted to, but because we know it’s what is best. This year, I’m asking everyone to continue the good work we’ve done – to stay safe, be patient, and continue to respect and look out for each other.

Let’s find a way to keep the best that came out of 2020 and move forward with the hope for a great new year.

A MESSAGE FROM MAYOR MIKE MOORE

Mike Moore

It’s what we’ve all been waiting for: Time to turn the calendar over to a new year and officially put everything from 2020 in the past. Go ahead and pretend the whole year didn’t happen at all if it makes you feel better – most people wouldn’t try to stop you.

I decided that in order to get the new year off to a good start, I first had to reconcile my differences with the old year. That doesn’t mean forgetting the bad things. It means choosing to focus on all of the good things instead. And there were some good things about 2020.

Thanks to 2020, families spent more time together, learned to eat meals together at home again and found simple, creative ways to stay calm and entertained. Also, there was Tiger King.

Thanks to 2020, people came out of their houses and met their neighbors again. They waved from their front porches and said hello over the fence, kept an eye out in case groceries needed to be picked up and encouraged each other with sidewalk chalk hearts and rainbows.  

Thanks to 2020, the City managed to open two new parks, complete a major road project, open the city’s first movie theatre in more than 20 years and welcome the first class of students to a brand new downtown elementary school.

Thanks to 2020, I’m heading into 2021 with the confidence that Jeffersonville is ready for anything. So much last year was out of our control. But we excelled at everything that was within our control. Jeffersonville is a strong community. In spite of the challenges last year we have continued to pursue development opportunities and expand our economy.

Thanks to 2020, there was a renewal of selflessness in our community. We have stayed home, missed events we had our hearts set on attending, worn our masks – not because we wanted to, but because we know it’s what is best. This year, I’m asking everyone to continue the good work we’ve done – to stay safe, be patient, and continue to respect and look out for each other.

Let’s find a way to keep the best that came out of 2020 and move forward with the hope for a great new year.

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City breaks ground on Clark Memorial Outpatient Care Center

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Mayor Mike Moore joined city and medical leaders and Nicklies Development to break ground on a new outpatient care center in Jeffersonville...
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City installing first electric vehicle charging station downtown

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Mayor Mike Moore today announced the City is working toward installing its first electric vehicle charging station in downtown...
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New parking lot planned in downtown, adding 105 spaces

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Mayor Mike Moore announced plans to construct a public parking lot in the 400 block of West Maple near Big Four Station that will create...
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PUBLIC NOTICES

Notice of Change in Meeting Date-Jeffersonville Public Arts Commission

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PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Jeffersonville Public Arts Commission has changed the meeting time for the regular monthly meeting in September...
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Notice of Hearing: Changing the Zoning Map (200 West Park Place)

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Notice is hereby given that the City of Jeffersonville has filed an Ordinance with the Jeffersonville City Council, Jeffersonville, Indiana...
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Notice of Hearing: Changing the Zoning Map (912 Walnut Street)

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Notice is hereby given that the City of Jeffersonville has filed an Ordinance with the Jeffersonville City Council, Jeffersonville, Indiana...
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