Report a Pothole or Dangerous Road Condition on a Floyd County Road
The Floyd County Highway Department is responsible for the repair of all Floyd County bridges and patching of all county roads and highways. If you would like to report a pothole or a hazardous road condition on a Floyd County Road please click on the link below for more information.
Please Note: For roads within the City of New Albany please contact the City.
Click here to make a report to the Floyd County Highway Department
Sports Facilities Feasibility Study RFP
This RFP is issued by Floyd County Redevelopment Commission (FCRDC) for the purpose of obtaining a market needs assessment and financial analysis related to potential new or remodeled sports facilities located in the Floyd County, Indiana.
Key stakeholder and user groups in Floyd County have identified a growing need for sporting event facilities in order to better serve their residents; provide high quality venues to host regional and state sporting events, and drawing outside dollars into the local economy. The study area includes the area of U.S. 150 and State Road 64 corridors.
The venues of highest priority include: baseball, softball tennis courts. Other minor sport venues should be identified for consideration. See the link below for more information.
Click here to review the Request for Proposal Information
Indiana Workforce Update
Over the past few years, the Indiana General Assembly has passed various initiatives aimed at improving our state’s workforce. It is crucial that we prepare our next generation to succeed in Indiana’s future workforce, and we are already seeing returns on our efforts.
Since the launch of the Next Level Jobs Program, we have seen more and more Hoosiers enroll in high-value certificate programs, and completion rates have consistently risen.
In 2018 alone, Indiana has accomplished the following:
- Over 28,000 unique leads routed to Ivy Tech, Vincennes University and WorkOne;
- Over 10,000 enrollments in Workforce Ready Grant programs; and
- Over 3,900 certificates or certifications earned in Workforce Ready Grant programs.
If you or someone you know would like more information on career-training opportunities Visit www.NextLevelJobs.org
Distinguished Hoosier Award
Mark Seabrook was recently awarded the Distinguished Hoosier Award from Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb’s office.
Mark has served Floyd County in many ways and for many, many years. Mark has owned and operated one of the few funeral homes in the New Albany area for over 44 years. He severed 11 years on the New Albany City Council and will be ending his 12th year as a Floyd County Commissioner. During his time as a Commissioner, Mark has helped lead Floyd county into a new direction with many projects and improvements. Some of those are: Floyd County Jail Renovation 2018, Completion of Pineview Government Center 2013, Kevin Hammersmith County Park 2016, Selling of Floyd Memorial Hospital, Replacement of a 38 year old Zoning Ordinance,rehab and/or replacement of 20 Floyd County bridges. Mark has been a huge asset to our County and will be greatly missed when he steps down as Floyd County Commissioner.