Our small-town values and city services combine to make Dayton, Indiana a desirable place to live. We are located one hour north of Indianapolis and two hours south of Chicago. Interstate 65 is east of our western border, and the cities of Lafayette and West Lafayette, home to Purdue University, are just a few miles away. Hundreds of shops and restaurants are only minutes away via Indiana State Route 38. 

No, we do not have a stop light. We do have a wonderful elementary school and two churches and small businesses. The Town of Dayton has a history that spans 190 years. We have water and sewer services to every residence. Cable services, including fiber to home, are available throughout the town.

Dayton Town Hall - Office Hours 

Dayton Official Facebook & Live Streaming of Meetings

Monday         9 am to 4 pm

Tuesday       12 pm to 7 pm

Wednesday    9 am to 4 pm

Thursday      12 pm to 7 pm

Friday             9 am to 4 pm

On the last Friday of the month
the Utility Office will be open until 6 pm.

 March 24, 2020

In accordance with the Executive Order issued yesterday by Governor Holcomb, the Town of Dayton recognizes that citizens should remain home unless it's necessary to go out. Following this directive from the state, our Town Hall will now be closed to the public.

 

Payments will be accepted over the phone at 765-296-2533 Monday through Friday 9-4, dropped in the slot in the side door, by mail or online  at the link here

 

Please note that the Town Hall may still be used for essential government functions while the Executive Order is in effect.

 

Rest assured that our police and other essential employees will continue to do their job using an abundance of caution to keep everyone safe and healthy.

As always we continue to do everything in our power to ensure the safety of residents, employees, and elected officials. We encourage you to contact your elected officials (contact info is at the link above) with any concerns you may have.

 

We are providing useful links, including the Governor's Executive Orders and a PAC statement on the page linked below, and we will provide updates as they become available.

Stay safe, Dayton!

 March 24, 2020

In accordance with the Executive Order issued yesterday by Governor Holcomb, the Town of Dayton recognizes that citizens should remain home unless it's necessary to go out. Following this directive from the state, our Town Hall will now be closed to the public.

 

Payments will be accepted over the phone at 765-296-2533 Monday through Friday 9-4, dropped in the slot in the side door, by mail or online  at the link here

 

Please note that the Town Hall may still be used for essential government functions while the Executive Order is in effect.

 

Rest assured that our police and other essential employees will continue to do their job using an abundance of caution to keep everyone safe and healthy.

As always we continue to do everything in our power to ensure the safety of residents, employees, and elected officials. We encourage you to contact your elected officials (contact info is at the link above) with any concerns you may have.

 

We are providing useful links, including the Governor's Executive Orders and a PAC statement on the page linked below, and we will provide updates as they become available.

Stay safe, Dayton!

March 19, 2020

We have been closely monitoring the COVID-19 updates, and the situation remains very fluid. This week, we cancelled any public meeting scheduled for March, and we are now considering what additional safety measures we will be taking for April and beyond. It sounds like we’ll be dealing with this for some time.

 

A new Executive Order has been issued by Governor Holcomb and the Public Access Counselor has issued a statement regarding public access in the era of Coronavirus. Both documents allow the council some latitude in scheduling and conducting public meetings, and our attorney will be assisting us with our planning. We need to conduct the essential business of the town while taking all measures to keep everyone safe. We will update you when a policy has been established.

 

In the meantime, please closely follow the CDC guidelines and the recommendations contained in the governor’s Executive Order. 

 

We continue to do everything in our power to ensure the safety of residents, employees, and elected officials. As always, we encourage you to contact your elected officials (contact info is at the link above) with any concerns you may have.

 

We are providing useful links, including the Executive Order and the PAC statement on the page linked below, and we will provide updates as they become available.

Stay safe, Dayton!