Floyd County Vote Center Locations
Floyd County Indiana has adopted the Vote Center Concept.
The Vote Center concept allows the voter to have more flexibility in where they vote. Under the precinct elections the voter was required to go to their assigned polling site. In every election there are a multitude of voters at the wrong location and they then have to travel to the correct polling site; in this scenario often times the voter couldn’t get to polls before it closed or didn’t or couldn’t want to take the time to go to another location.
A vote Center concept allows the County Commissioners to designate vote center locations and the voter can stop and vote at ANY vote center. There are several early voting sites available as early as two weeks before an Election. Voters still have the option to vote absentee by mail or by Travel Board.
For additional information please contact the Floyd County Clerk's Office.
Click here for the list of Floyd County Vote Centers
Floyd County Tire Collection Day
Floyd County Solid Waste will be having a Floyd County Tire Collection Event on October 18th
at their location 3005 Grant Line Road in New Albany. The event will begin at 8:00am and end at 2:00pm. For pricing and additional information please call Ph#812-948-4733. Tires must come from Floyd County Residents.
General Election Candidates
The Floyd County Clerk's Office has provided the following list of candidates for the fall 2014 General Election. Election day is November 4th.
General Election Candidates
How much do you know about storm water runoff?
Floyd County Stormwater along with the Southern Indiana Stormwater Advisory Committee would like to ask, “How much do you know about storm water runoff?” Take this quick survey and let us know. Results of the survey will be published next year on www.siswac.org
Thanks for taking the 5 minutes it takes to fill out the survey.
2014 Primary Election Results
The 2014 Primary Election results are posted below. The results are provided as PDF documents. Please click on the links below for more information.
Primary Election Results
Primary Election Precinct Summary
Primary Election Over/Under Report
Primary Election Voter Turnout
Floyd County Stormwater Department - New Albany Township Master Plan
The Floyd County Stormwater Department would like to announce the completion of the New Albany Township Master Plan when it comes to storm water. The Stormwater Board retained the services of Heritage Engineering to develop a comprehensive storm water study for the approximate are bounded by Grant Line Road, Charlestown Road, Interstate 265 and the Floyd County line. This report summarizes the results of the hydrologic and hydraulic analysis, as well as field inspection analysis of the customer service requests from 2010 to 2013 for the study area.
View the New Albany Township Master Plan Information
Floyd County Indiana Tree Limb Policy
The Floyd County Road Dept. is responsible for keeping Limbs picked up along Floyd County Road easements.
Floyd County Limb Policy Guide Lines:
Floyd county Residents may call the Floyd county Road Dept. to pick up Limbs at their address. Limbs should be placed along roadside with cut edge out for Chipper. Limbs should not exceed 5" in diameter (so not to DAMAGE Chipper).
Items that Chipper will not take:
LOGS-Stumps-Shrubs-Vines-Yard Waste Leaves-Limbs with fencing in it-No Limbs exceeding 5" in Diameter Evergreen Limbs ect.
(This will Damage Chipper)
Floyd County Policy Concerning Contractors/Tree Services/Residents clearing off property.
- Floyd County will not pick up Contractors Debris from clearing off lots.
- Floyd County will not pick up Debris after Tree services that are working for a Resident of Floyd Co.
- Floyd County will not pick up Debris From a Resident that pays someone to Clear Property off
- Floyd County will not pick up Large Amounts of Debris From Residents just because they cleaned
it up , this would be responsibility of Property owner
- Floyd County has the right to refuse limbs in cases of abuse to Floyd County Limb policy.
Floyd County Commissioners