Traveling City Hall Starts Year at CK Newsome Community Center



Mayor and city department heads will be available to discuss issues

City of Evansville SealHow does the City of Evansville decide which streets to clear first following a snow storm, and who is responsible for clearing ice and snow from sidewalks? Evansville Transportation and Services Director Todd Robertson will discuss the city’s snow removal program at the first Traveling City Hall meeting of 2014.

The Traveling City Hall meeting will be held on Wednesday, January 29, at the C.K. Newsome Community Center, 100 E. Walnut St., in Room 118 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Mayor Lloyd Winnecke and representatives from various city departments will be present, along with officials from the Vanderburgh County Health Department and the Vanderburgh County Auditor’s office.

Following introductions by Mayor Winnecke, Robertson will talk briefly about the city’s snow removal program, from determining when to pre-treat roads to snow removal on residential streets and sidewalks. After the presentation, the public is welcome to talk one-on-one with city and county officials about specific neighborhood issues or about the general status of our community.

Traveling City Hall meetings are held once a month at different location throughout the city. All Evansville residents are welcome to attend any session.


  1. So, since the only issue mentioned is ‘snow removal’, are all other questions – such as what will happen when Earthcare doesn’t pay, or why hasn’t the Mayor pledged to equally support all IU proposals – off limits?

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