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SWCD Offers Funds for Invasive Plant Control

The Floyd County Soil & Water Conservation District announces funds are now available to landowners through newly released 2019 Clean Water Indiana grants.

Floyd County is offering funds for a new program to assist in the evaluation and eradication of invasive plants on your acreage. The SWCD is offering to pay a portion of the assistance provided by a consultant forester to help homeowners and landusers to identify invasive species on their property. This grant will also offer a trade-in payment for eradication and replacement of invasive plants in your yard. These invasive plants include the Callery/Bradford Pear Tree, Japanese Barberry, and Burning Bush.

For more information and cost-share rates and reimbursements, please contact Angel Jackson at the Floyd County Soil & Water Conservation District office at 812-945-9936.

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Report a Pothole or Dangerous Road Condition on a Floyd County Road

The Floyd County Highway Department is responsible for the repair of all Floyd County bridges and patching of all county roads and highways. If you would like to report a pothole or a hazardous road condition on a Floyd County Road please click on the link below for more information. 

Please Note: For roads within the City of New Albany please contact the City. 

Click here to make a report to the Floyd County Highway Department

Sports Facilities Feasibility Study RFP

This RFP is issued by Floyd County Redevelopment Commission (FCRDC) for the purpose of obtaining a market needs assessment and financial analysis related to potential new or remodeled sports facilities located in the Floyd County, Indiana.

Key stakeholder and user groups in Floyd County have identified a growing need for sporting event facilities in order to better serve their residents; provide high quality venues to host regional and state sporting events, and drawing outside dollars into the local economy. The study area includes the area of U.S. 150 and State Road 64 corridors.

The venues of highest priority include: baseball, softball tennis courts. Other minor sport venues should be identified for consideration. See the link below for more information.

Click here to review the Request for Proposal Information

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