Welcome to the Fall Creek Township Office!
We have developed this website as a resource tool for our residents who want a better understanding of township government and the services we offer. On this website, you will find our available services, and if you do not find what you are looking for, please do not hesitate to contact us via calling us through our Contact Form.
A Township Trustee is an elected official in the local government that administers a township, which is a political subdivision of a county, and in common with most other state officials serves a term of four years.
A Little History
Fall Creek Township is one of nine townships in Hamilton County, Indiana, United States. It was named from its principal stream and waterfalls, organized in 1833. Fall Creek Township is a suburb of Indianapolis with a population of 61,239 and a Median Home Value $303,700 as of 2021. See a map of Fall Creek Township Precincts.
Our boundaries run from Cumberland Road west to the Hancock/Madison county line east. North 146th Street to south 96th Street. Fall Creek Township is in Hamilton County and is one of the best places to live in Indiana. Many families live in Fall Creek Township and residents are a fine mix of both progressive and conservative. The public schools in Fall Creek Township remain highly rated.
Living in Fall Creek Township offers residents a rural feel and most residents own their homes. In Fall Creek Township there are a lot of restaurants and parks. See a list of parks in Fall Creek Township.
The township government is a local unit of government, originally rural in application. They are geographic and political subdivisions of a county. The township is identified by a name, such as Fall Creek Township, Hamilton County. The responsibilities and the form of the township government is specified by the state legislature. Most township governments have an elected board of trustees, and some additional offices, such as Clerk, may also be elected. Know our Board.
The township trustee is responsible for township assistance, fire protection, cemetery maintenance and noxious weed complaints. A township trustee administers a township, which is a political subdivision of a county, and in common with most other state officials serves a term of four years. Know our Trustee, Doug Allman.