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July 4th Fireworks

Our Nation’s July 4th celebration is nearing soon – it is a time for fun and celebration. If your plans include the use of personal fireworks, here are some reminders regarding the use of fireworks in Centennial:

  • Fireworks are never allowed on any Centennial common areas, at any time. Please ensure all family members and guests are aware of this policy (signs are posted).
  • See Westfield City Ordinance 12-28: Fireworks Ordinance, as it pertains to days and hours fireworks are restricted for use. westfield.in.gov
  • Fireworks use is permitted between June 29th through July 9th from 5:00 PM until 2 hours after sunset.
  • July 4th from 10:00 am until 12 midnight.

Violators can be reported to the Westfield Police non-emergency dispatch at 773-1300.

Always use caution when using fireworks. Be aware and respectful of nearby structures and neighboring homes.

WESTFIELD RECOGNIZED AS ONE OF INDIANA’S SAFEST CITIES!

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Westfield, IN- Westfield has been recognized as one of Indiana’s safest cities by SafeWise for the second year in a row.

“We believe that one of the main reasons so many families keep moving to Westfield is because of our safe community,” Mayor Andy Cook said. “We are grateful to our public safety professionals who work hard to make sure Westfield’s residents and visitors enjoy the safest and best quality of life possible.”

SafeWise reviewed the most recent FBI Crime Report statistics from 2014, along with population data in order to compile this list of safest cities. Other factors included in the decision were the number of reported violent crimes (aggravated assault, murder, rape, and robbery) and property crimes (burglary, arson, larceny-theft, and motor vehicle theft) in each city.

Westfield’s Grand Park doubles revenue 2014 over 2015

WESTFIELD, Ind. (February 22, 2016) – In just their second year of operation, the Grand Park in Westfield released their 2015 economic impact report and officials are reporting that revenue doubled from $66.4 million in 2014 to $147.7 million in 2015.

Among the metrics covered in the report are visitor spending, which increased from $43.9 million in 2014 to $97.2 million in 2015, and the park’s impact on the state’s sales tax revenues, from $2.8 million in 2014 to $6.2 million in 2015.

“It’s validating to see the results of this economic analysis completed by independent research firm, Applied Economics. We always strive to continuously improve and this shows us that we’re heading in the right direction,” said Westfield Mayor Andy Cook.

Grand Park, located at 771 East 191st Street,   hosted nearly one million unique visitors at the park in 2015 for tournaments and events, which amounted to 1.5 million total visits/impressions. In addition the park was responsible for 61,970 hotel room nights throughout the central Indiana region.

While travel tournaments were the primary draw for visitors to Grand Park, a large number of local youth athletes also used the fields on a regular basis. Last year, 1,438 local kids participated in baseball, softball, football and lacrosse through Westfield Youth Sports (WYSI) and over 1,000 local kids played soccer at Grand Park through Indiana Fire Juniors.

Starting this spring, Westfield Youth Soccer Association (WYSA) will move their recreational soccer program to the newly added recreational fields, which will give an additional 1,500 local youth the opportunity to play at Grand Park.