Culver is home to a diverse array of shops and restaurants in our commercial districts; a beautiful 5-acre park on the shores of Lake Maxinkuckee; Culver Academies, a world-renowned boarding school; Culver Community School Corporation, which provides K-12 public education, and so much more.
Whether you are interested in visiting for a day, summer, moving to Culver, or opening a business here, stop by and find out what makes Culver a Stellar Town Year Round!
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Marshall County, in conjunction with the Marshall County Crossroads organization, will launch an Owner-Occupied Housing Rehabilitation Project, the first of next year. This project will provide grant assistance to low-to-moderate income homeowners within Marshall County. For those that receive assistance, the funds will be used to make necessary repairs to their homes. Repairs include, but are not limited to; furnace replacements, electrical and plumbing upgrades, and roof re-shingling.
The County is in the process of accepting applications from qualified Marshall County homeowners. Applications will be accepted October 21st thru October 24th at various locations within the County. It should be noted that not all request will be granted, due to funding limitations.
To find out more about the program and obtain an application packet, please visit the County’s website at www.co.marshall.in.us and follow the helpful links tab or pick up an application packet at any of the Clerk-Treasurer’s offices within the County; including Argos, Bourbon, Bremen, Culver, La Paz and Plymouth.
For additional questions, contact the project coordinator, Shannon McLeod, at (812) 663 – 7385 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org .
This project is made possible thanks to funding set aside by the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority, through the County’s 2019 Stellar designation, and the hard work of those affiliated with the Marshall County Crossroads organization
We want to provide an update on the boil advisory. Following Thursday’s water main break and subsequent system shut-down for repairs, crews spent the weekend flushing the system. Following state drinking water guidelines, before the boil advisory can be lifted, two water samples must be taken 24 hours apart and sent to a lab to be tested for total coliform/E.coli. Results take approximately 24 hours each. If both samples are negative, the earliest the boil advisory could be lifted is late Wednesday.
We appreciate your patience during this process. We realize it is inconvenient but we must follow state guidelines in making sure we are providing water that is safe for consumption.