This project seeks to improve the pedestrian connectivity between downtown, residential areas, parks, and businesses around the intersection of SR 135 and Old Plank Road by adding sidewalks and multi-use paths. This will address safety concerns for pedestrians and motorists along these roadways and secondarily address drainage issues. View the presentation and Categorical Exclusion documentopens in a new window from the public hearing in June 2017. Utility infrastructure work is currently underway along Old Plank Road. Paving for the pedestrian paths is anticipated to commence Spring 2020.
The Town has begun the process to update the 2013 Comprehensive Plan. Visit the project’s websiteopens in a new window and Facebook pageopens in a new window for all updates throughout the process! The Town hosted a pop-up tent during the Town’s annual Harvest Moon Fall Festivalopens in a new window and held two public input meetings. The public review draft document is now available for download on the project websiteopens in a new window, and a hard copy is available for review during regular business hours. The plan will proceed through formal adoption in the next couple of months.
The Town adopted a new Comprehensive Plan in 2013. More information on the current plan can be found by clicking on the title.
Building off the 2013 Comprehensive Plan, the Town began work on a downtown revitalization plan in late 2014 and 2015. Approximately 100 people attended a 4-hour community workshop on January 20, 2015. Activities at the workshop included selections on placemaking boards, idea mapping, and Live Design exercises. The Town officially adopted the plan in September 2015 through Resolution 2015-13.
On October 11, 2016, the Town of Bargersville adopted its Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition Planopens in a new window through Resolution 2016-09opens in a new window. Please read the plan for more information.
The Town adopted a recreation impact fee ordinance in June 2017 after completing a year-long study. The impact fee will assist with future park and recreation infrastructure as residential growth continues. The study can be found by clicking on the title.
The Town adopted a Five Year Parks and Recreation Master Plan on April 10, 2018, through Resolution 2018-04, which will guide the growth and development of the town’s parks system. The plan can be found by clicking on the title.
Johnson County and the Town of Bargersville worked with HWC Engineering to create a land use plan for the future I-69 corridor. The Bargersville Town Council and Johnson County Commissioners formally adopted the plan after public meetings and hearings at the Bargersville and Johnson County Plan Commissions. View the final plan documents.