Mayor Lloyd Winnecke

Evansville Continues Efforts to Combat Meth
From the office of Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke
The mayor's "No Meth Task Force" has launched a new public service campaign as part of a community-wide effort to reduce meth labs and prevent substance abuse.
“Fitness In The Park” Gets You Energized This Saturday
The City of Evansville and Deaconess Health System announce a season-long community fitness partnership. Mayor Lloyd Winnecke’s Energize Evansville “Fitness in the Park” initiative will be held in conjunction with the Deaconess Healthier U Walks on the third Saturday of each month through October. T…
Should Your Child be Screened for Lead Poisoning?
The March Traveling City Hall meeting will call attention to the need to screen children for lead poisoning. The meeting will be held tomorrow, March 26, at St. Paul’s United Church of Christ, 2227 W. Michigan St., from 5:30-7 p.m.
Help ‘Clean Evansville’ This Weekend
Keep Evansville Beautiful and Clean Evansville invite volunteers to come out on the first Saturday of each month to help pick up trash in different areas of the city. This Saturday, Clean Evansville Volunteers will target areas in Ward 4 on Evansville’s South from 9am-11am. The teams will gather at …
2014 Evansville Public Road Meetings
The public is invited to make suggestions on road improvements and call attention to potholes during a series of public meetings to review the City of Evansville’s 2014 road projects and street paving program.

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