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Thank you for taking the time to complete this community survey about policing in the City of Evansville. This survey has been designed to provide us with a current understanding of the perceptions of our community neighbors (CALEA Standard 45.2.2). The results are used to direct the department and enhance policing services as we strive to provide the most responsive, compassionate, and responsible police services possible. Your answers are completely confidential and anonymous.

This survey should take an estimated 5 minutes to complete. It is completely voluntary, and you do not need to answer every question. If you don’t know or aren’t sure, you may skip the question. Again, we would like to thank you for your input. It will be invaluable in our endeavor to provide the best policing services.

Instructions: Please indicate your response by marking the appropriate box based on your feelings, opinions, and experiences with Evansville Police Department (EPD) 

A printed copy of this survey is available at the lobby of our Crime Prevention Unit located at the CK Newsome Center (100 E. Walnut Street – Suite 100), if you prefer to complete it in this manner. If you have any questions or comments regarding this survey, please contact us via email at EPD_CPO@evansvillepolice.com.

Please CLICK on the link below to be directed to the survey. THANK YOU!


June 2024 Newsletter

May 2024 Newsletter

Evansville Regional Economic Partnership Celebrates 2024 Economic Development Week May 6-10

General Membership Meeting TONIGHT….

C.K. Newsome Community Center

100 E Walnut St #1, Evansville, IN 47713

6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

Guest Speakers: Ruby McGlown (Pigeon Township Trustee) & Kathryn Martin (Knight Township Trustee).

General Membership Meeting April 25th

C.K. Newsome Community Center – 6:30 – 8:00 PM

April 2024 Newsletter



EWSU Spring Yard Waste Collection

Spring Yard Waste Service Collections set for April 1-26

(EVANSVILLE, IN) – Spring is almost here, and some homeowners are beginning to spruce up their yards. To accommodate the extra yard waste, Evansville Water and Sewer Utility (EWSU) offers the annual Spring Yard Waste Service to city residential customers. Starting Monday, April 1, through Friday, April 26, city residential customers can place unlimited bags of grass clippings, hedge and tree trimmings, garden plants and other yard waste curbside next to their trash cart for pickup on their scheduled collection day.

How it Works

  • Republic Services, the contractor for the City’s trash and recycling services, will pick up unlimited bags, containers, or bundles of yard waste on the day of your regular trash collection.
  • Yard waste must be properly contained in plastic bags or tied in bundles no more than 4 feet long and 2 feet in diameter weighing less than 50 pounds, or loose in containers weighing less than 50 pounds.
  • Yard waste must be placed next to your City-issued trash cart.
  • No special bags are required. The yard waste will be taken to the landfill.

What is Allowed

  • Spring Yard Waste Service is for organic yard waste like leaves, grass clippings, hedge and tree trimmings, garden plants and garden trimmings.

Who is Eligible

  • Spring Yard Waste Service is available to City residents who pay for trash service with their EWSU water and sewer bill. Apartment complexes, mobile home communities, businesses, commercial customers and County residents are not eligible.

Republic Services will accept extra yard waste placed curbside next to the City-issued trash cart only during the annual four-week Spring Yard Waste Service period, at no extra cost. Yard waste placed inside the City trash cart is accepted throughout the year.

Click here for more information on seasonal yard care from EWSU.