"Burlington!  Where Hospitality Is Second To None"

If it's small town Hoosier hospitality you're looking for, we have it.  Burlington is located on the southern edge of Carroll County, where State Roads 29 & 22 intersect.

Burlington is over 600 civic-minded citizens who are proud of their town and it shows.  Burlington is home to one of the finest, well-kept community parks in the state.

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2020 Election Information

Early voting will take place at the following locations and times:

Saturday, October 31 from 8am-2pm
Deer Creek Community Center
4-H Building in Flora
Yeoman United Methodist Church
Carroll County Courthouse

October 6-November 2 (ends at noon on November 2) at the Carroll County Courthouse during regular business hours at the Southwest entrance in the former musueum

Election Day, November 3 from 6am-6pm
Burlington Community Building at the Burlington Park
Camden Community Building
Carroll County Courthouse
Delphi United Methodist Church
Flora 4-H Building
Yeoman United Methodist Church

Resources to Keep Up-to-Date with Coronavirus, COVID-19

With the rapidly changing status of our country and state, we want to provide you with various resources in regards to the current COVID-19 pandemic.

The following websites are valuable sources of information:

US Government Response:
https://www.usa.gov/coronavirus


Indiana Governor Holcomb's Executive Orders
https://www.in.gov/gov/2384.htm

State of Indiana website:
https://www.in.gov/coronavirus/

Centers for Disease Control:
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html

World Health Organization information: 

https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019

Carroll County Comet Resource Page:
https://www.carrollcountycomet.com/covid-19/

Town of Burlington Solicitation Information

PermitsIndividuals or groups selling items out of their vehicle or door to door must have a license issued through the town office before soliciting to persons in town limits. This license must be purchased and secured several days in advance of canvassing town.  Certain groups are exempt, such as Girl and Boy Scouts, community organizations, etc.  

For full details of the town's soliciation ordinance, click hereThe ordinance may also be viewed at Town Hall.  The application can be printed from here, but persons wishing to solicit business in town must physically appear before the town clerk to secure a license. 

Chickens and Rabbits in Town Limits

Information:
• A permit must be obtained first through the Carroll County Area Plan Commission.  They can be reached at 765-564-4468.
• No roosters are allowed.
• The sale of poultry, eggs or meat on the premises is prohibited.
•  There are other parameters in place for chickens and/or rabbits.  Refer to the Carroll County Zoning Ordinance, pages 34 and 35 for details. 

The town council has adopted the county zoning ordinance and all permits are processed through the county.