Park Board Meeting


CATEGORY: News, Parks Department, Public Notices

MEETING OF THE HAMMOND BOARD OF PARK COMMISSIONERS Wednesday, September 16, 2020 Community Room at 5:30 p.m. Hammond Sportsplex – 6630 Indianapolis Boulevard Call the Regular Meeting to Order Roll Call Agenda Minutes from Previous Meeting Register of Claims Facility Use Agreements Civic Center Sportsplex Business A. Carolyn Jackson, State Representative special use request Hessville Park – Rieth Riley Quantities …

Job Posting: Kennel Master


CATEGORY: Job Posting, News, Personnel

Department: Police Department – Animal Control Job Title: Kennel Master Date Requested: September 4, 2020 Date needed: ASAP Salary: $38,760 annually/full-time Hiring will be done in accordance with Hammond City Ordinance #8620as it pertains to the residency requirement. Job Requirements Job Duties Possess a valid Indiana driver’s license Certified to euthanize or tranquilize animals Work with animals without undue fear …

Job Posting: Tax Credit Property Manager


CATEGORY: Job Posting, News, Personnel

Department: Hammond Housing Authority Job Title: Tax Credit Property Manager Date Requested: September 4, 2020 Date needed: ASAP Salary: $33,500.00 Job Requirements Job Responsibilities and Duties High School Diploma or GED; Bachelor’s Degree in Administration, Social Work or related field preferred Must have two (2) years computer and data entry experience and a minimum of five (5) years Housing Property …

Upgrades Completed at Hammond Filtration Plant


CATEGORY: Mayor's Office, News, Sanitary District

The City of Hammond and Mayor Thomas M. McDermott, Jr. are proud to announce the completion of a $6 million expansion and upgrade to the city’s filtration plant. The upgrades were made on the 1950’s and 1970’s electrical equipment due to the lack of replacement parts and support for the old equipment and the ability to upgrade technology. Additionally, as …

Mayor Thomas M. McDermott Jr.

City of Hammond Announces Dynamic Downtown Development


CATEGORY: Mayor's Office, News, Planning and Development

Mayor Thomas M. McDermott, Jr. and the Department of Planning and Development are pleased to announce that 18th Street Distillery continues to grow and expand in Downtown Hammond. They recently purchased a vacant mechanic garage building on Fayette Street and will fully rehab it into a new distillery and tasting room. Also included in the building will be two new, …

Park Board Meeting


CATEGORY: News, Parks Department, Public Notices

MEETING OF THE HAMMOND BOARD OF PARK COMMISSIONERS Wednesday, September 2, 2020 Community Room at 5:15 p.m. Hammond Sportsplex – 6630 Indianapolis Boulevard Call the Regular Meeting to Order Roll Call Agenda Minutes from Previous Meeting Register of Claims Facility Use Agreements Civic Center Jean Shepherd Community Center Business Wolf Lake Community Garden proposal Administrator Report Commissioner Comments Public Comment …

Job Posting: Athletics Supervisor


CATEGORY: Job Posting, News, Personnel

Department: Parks and Recreation Job Title: Sportsplex Athletics Supervisor Date Requested: August 24, 2020 Date needed: ASAP Salary: $50,000.00 annually – full time General Requirements SELECTION GUIDELINES Hiring will be done in accordance with Hammond City Ordinance #8620 as it pertains to the residency requirement. GENERAL PURPOSE The primary function of the Athletics Supervisor is to oversee athletic programming as …

Job Posting: Laborer


CATEGORY: Job Posting, News, Personnel

Department: Public Works Department Job Title: Laborer – Street/MVH Date Requested: August 24, 2020 Date needed: ASAP Salary: $11.00 per hr. (starting pay) $18.79 per hr. (after probationary period) Job Requirements Job Duties Ability to lift fifty (50) pounds Must have valid Indiana driver’s license Able to follow written and verbal instructions Able to perform basic maintenance of large trucks …

Notice of Public Comment Period: Citizen Participation Plan


CATEGORY: Community Development, News

When the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) allows for it, the City may use an expedited Citizen Participation process in the cases of natural disasters and other emergency situations that require a shortened process in order to quickly respond to community needs. This may include shortened public comment periods, notifications, and elimination of public hearings. In all …