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Sewer lining info - March 20, 2019
IWPC is currently under contract to reconstruct certain troubled main line sewers in your area.&n... [more...]
Sewer Lining - March 20, 2019
Sewer lining has begun in Monon. Look for yellow door tags with instructions that will be p... [more...]
Utility Laborer Needed - March 18, 2019
Monon hiring utility laborer. Apply at Town Hall. 219 253-6441 [more...]
Utility Bill help - April 04, 2018
White County residents with a fixed or low income may be eligible for energy assistance through A... [more...]
Town of Monon offers a wide range of events, from outdoor concerts, seasonal festivals, and sports competitions, to spending time in our local parks, and relaxing with your family for an afternoon of outdoor fun.
The Monon Chamber of Commerce sponsors the Monon Foodfest on the first Saturday in June. There are lots of food and craft vendors throughout the park, as well as live entertainment and a car show!
Come out and meet your neighbors and enjoy all of the many things that make Town of Monon a great place to live!
The Monon Connection Railroad Museum
10012 N. US SR 16
Monon, IN 47959
Visit the historic Railroad Museum located in the Whistle Stop Restaurant and enjoy seeing the many railroad-related collectible items that are on display. Learn about the important role the railroad industry played in the development of our town!
Historical Marker - Caboose Park
103 E. 3rd Street
Monon, IN 60479
A genuine red caboose from the Monon Railroad is the centerpiece of what is referred to as Caboose Park. It provides a unique opportunity for photo ops!
Monon Public Library
427 N. Market Street`
Monon, IN 47959
Our Library was granted on December 8, 2013 as part of grants awarded by the Carnegie Corporation of New York. It is one of 164 libraries built from 156 grants in Indiana from 1901 to 1918. It is a fully operational library that offers many programs for our residents. Stop by and admire the architectural design!