Soil & Water Conservation District
*Please note the Soil and Water Conservation District does not handle water or solid waste billing.
The employees of the Floyd County SWCD are comprised of a board of elected supervisors, and an office staff of one.
Our classroom presentations are offered to schools, universities, clubs and public outreach programs free of charge. If you're a teacher wishing to schedule an appointment, please send an to Angel Jackson via email at: [email protected]
- Your preferred day of the week
- Time of day (morning or afternoon)
- Presentation topic
- Number of students
Board of Supervisors
The Board of Supervisors meet the first Tuesday of each month at 3:00 p.m. The exception is during the months of June and July. The board of supervisors meet on the first Monday of those months at 10:00 a.m.
- Tom King, Chairman
- Ron Wathen, Vice Chair
- Alisa Perkins, Board Supervisor
- Melanie Palaisa, Board Supervisor
- Laura Lewis, Board Supervisor
Application for Supervisors
Contact Soil & Water Conservation District
- For general questions about our office or any sales/workshops, contact Angel Jackson.
- For questions about classroom presentations, education outreach, or to schedule an appointment for an organization or club, contact Angel Jackson at: [email protected]
- For questions about site construction, erosion control measures, or to log a complaint about a construction site, contact Floyd County Stormwater at: [email protected]
Related Forms & Permit Applications
- Storm Water Quality Management Application Permit Form
- Soil & Water Conservation District Questionnaire
Soil & Water Annual Report
SWCD Offers Funds for Invasive Plant Control
The Floyd County Soil & Water Conservation District announces funds are now available to landowners through the Clean Water Indiana grants.
Floyd County is offering funds for a new program to assist in the evaluation and eradication of invasive plants on your acreage. The SWCD is offering to pay a portion of the assistance provided by a consultant forester to help homeowners and landusers to identify invasive species on their property. This grant will also offer a trade-in payment for eradication and replacement of invasive plants in your yard. These invasive plants include the Callery/Bradford Pear Tree, Japanese Barberry, and Burning Bush.
For more information and cost-share rates and reimbursements, please contact Angel Jackson at the Floyd County Soil & Water Conservation District office at 812-945-9936.
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