Welcome To Markle, Indiana
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Markle is a town in Huntington and Wells Counties in Indiana. The population was 1,095 at the 2010 census. It lies along Interstate 69, U.S. Route 224, Indiana State Road 116 and Indiana State Road 3.
The Markle Wildcat Festival will include a Pork Chop Dinner on the 21st, Parade on the 22nd, Car Show on the 23rd, and a number of family-friendly activities throughout!
Wildcat Festival Forms
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In order to build the new, bigger, and better library, the Markle Town Hall has relocated to 520 West Logan Street (Turnpointe Church Parsonage).Should you have an emergency for utilities, the on-call phone is still 358-6604. Shelley's cell phone number is 273-1486 for any other concerns.
Announcement: A new parking ordinance will take effect on July 1st, 2015. Parking in the opposite direction will no longer be allowed. Please read the ordinance here for fines and information.
Announcement: The Summer Sprinkling Program was discontinued in 2014. Since sewer rates are one of the lowest in the state and have not been increased since 1997, the Town is trying to keep them low! If you have a large pool that needs filled, please contact the Markle Fire Department.
Recycling: In order to keep our Town beautiful and to avoid trash in our neighbors' yards, please bag any and all recycling before placing out for curbside pick-up. Recycling is every OTHER Monday, and will be picked up later in the day due to modified routes by Waste Management.
Town of Markle
155 W Sparks
PO Box 367
Markle, IN 46770
Upcoming News & Events
August 8 -
Markle Wildcat Festival Golf Outing
August 15 -
Ride to Provide
August 19 -
Council Meeting and Public Hearing on 2016 Budget
Markle Wildcat Festival
September 16 -
Council Meeting and Adoption of 2016 Budget
New Parking Ordinance: Ordinance 2015-3
Markle Water Quality: 2015 Consumer Confidence Report
Markle Town Hall Relocation: Lease with Turnpointe Church
Tracy Street Project