Floyd Memorial Hospital Information
Please see the information below concerning the Floyd Memorial Hospital.
The next meeting is scheduled for June 14, 2016, at 4 p.m. at the Pineview Government Center, Room 104. This meeting will be a joint workshop between the County Council and County Commissioners to discuss options on how to handle the proceeds from the hospital transaction.
On June 28, at 6 p.m. the County Council, County Commissioners, and the Floyd Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees are scheduled to hold a public hearing and a vote.
Frequently Asked Questions
Floyd Memorial Hospital Overview
Baptist Health Presentation
Floyd County Mass Notification System
Floyd County, Indiana is excited to announce the launch of the Alert Floyd County Mass Notification System. The Mass Notification System is an Emergency Alert System that will alert the residents of Floyd County on weather, imminent threats to health and safety as well as informational notifications that affect your locations or work environments.
Floyd County Residents will be able to sign up at the following website address https://member.everbridge.net/index/892807736724469.
This service allows you to opt-in to receive notifications via phone calls, text messaging, e-mail and more based on locations you care about.
You can choose to receive notifications about events that may affect your home, workplace and more.
Floyd County Primary Election Results Posted Below
Floyd County Primary Election Results (pdf)
Floyd County Primary Precinct Results (pdf)
E-Filing Now Available in Floyd County Circuit & Superior Courts
Floyd County Clerk Christy Eurton announces, E-filing is now available in the Floyd County Circuit and Superior Courts for many civil and criminal case types. Floyd is the seventh county to begin using the statewide e-filing system for trial court cases. Additional counties are scheduled to begin e-filing by mid-year. For more information please visit www.floydcountyclerk.org
Bridge Installed at Kevin Hammersmith Memorial Park
After 2 long days and many semi-trailers loaded with bridge sections, Floyd County's newest bridge was installed. With lots of detailing work left to complete the project, it should be prepared for construction (Kevin Hammersmith Memorial Park improvements) traffic in early May! A big thank you to the Fulkerson Contracting, Inc. crew for a job well done!! If you were around Charlestown Road and I 265 you noticed a very large crane. It was the centerpiece of the installation by exemplar staff from Padgett Cranes. Contech (bridge manufacturer) and CivilCon (bridge design) had lots of staff on hand to make sure the installation went perfect! In addition, a huge THANK YOU to the Northside Christian Church staff and patrons for their patience with the road closure during the installation. More updates on the Kevin Hammersmith Memorial Park will continue throughout 2016!
Click here for a photo of the new bridge at Hammersmith Memorial Park
Floyd County Clerk's Office Website
The Floyd County Clerk's office has released a new comprehensive, responsive website designed for improved access to election information, public records, court case information, court dates and much more.
For more information please visit www.floydcountyclerk.org
Floyd County recently adopted FCO 2015-IV. In which the county will start charging for enhanced access to GIS information. This will take effect July 6, 2015. The fees will be $15 per month, $40 a quarter or $125 per year. Please go to http://39dn.com/ for more information as it becomes available.
There will be meetings at the Pine View Government Center, 2524 Corydon Pike New Albany, Indiana. They will be on Wednesday June 17 and Thursday June 18th to discuss how this would affect you.
Please feel free to contact Chris Moore at 812-949-5446 if you have questions about Floyd County’s Enhanced eGIS program.
Floyd County eGIS Subscription Service Flyer
Floyd County Ordinance FCO2015-IV
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