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Marion Events

Animal Care and Control has New Business Hours

We have new Business Hours!

You can visit us Tuesday through Friday, 11:00 am - 5:00pm.

Animal Care and Control is closed Saturday, Sunday and Monday. We are offering after hour appointments to anyone who is not available during normal business hours. Please contact or call us at 765-668-4491.

Animal Care and Control Officers are available 24/7. After hours officers are available for emergency calls by contacting MPD at (765) 668-9981.

We also have a on site veterinarian on site to assist you with your pets need.

Problem with Events and Meeting Calendars

There is currently a problem with Google Calendar that causes the detail times of meetings and events to randomly display the wrong time zone. This can result in a three or four hour shift in displayed start and ending times when viewing details.

The event and meeting times shown on our website home page are the correct times.

Google is working on this problem.

Animal Care Volunteer Morgan Carrico Honored by NPBA

National Pit Bull Awareness honoree is Morgan Carrico. she was nominated by Stacy Moore, Manager of Animal Care and Control located in Marion, IN. Miss Carrico has been honored because of her extraordinary devotion and advocacy to the treatment of animals. To read more about her story click here. Congratulations Morgan!

2013 Budget

We are pleased to present the Proposed 2013 Municipal Budget for the City of Marion.

On this page, you will find "files" that include all the back-up information given to the Council, for discussion at each budget meeting.

Priority 4 Paws Program

Purdue University's College of Veterinary Medicine is ready to roll out Priority 4 Paws, a program featuring a mobile surgery unit that will be taken to animal shelters to spay and neuter shelter pets up for adoption. The Priority for Paws program will be visiting Marion Indiana's Animal Care and Control facility August 21, 2012.

The program, scheduled to begin July 30 when the mobile unit will go out for the first time, also will help train veterinary medicine students, said Lyn Freeman, a veterinarian and associate professor of veterinary clinical sciences.

The Return of the Skate Park

Our new location is 2400 Adams Street, in Junction Park just north of the Splash house and the Cardinal Green way. Hours are from dawn to dusk. Enjoy.

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