Information for Dune Acres Residents
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Candidates for Election to the Town Council.
The election of three members to our Town
Council will take place in November. This year we will have seven
All residents of Dune Acres were invited to submit questions to be asked of
and each candidate was asked to provide written answers.
Subscribe to E-mail Notifications. We will notify you when there are changes to the web site, upcoming Town and social events, or other matters of interest to Dune Acres residents. You may also read past e-mail notifications.
Upcoming Social Events. Plan to participate in upcoming social events
Town Council Meetings. Download to view/print an unofficial summary of, or the official minutes of, the meetings of the Town Council.
Plan Commission Meetings. Download to view/print an unofficial summary of, or the official minutes of, the meetings of the Plan Commission.
The Beachcomber. The Town's newspaper, The Beachcomber, is archived on-line for viewing and printing (Adobe PDF format*).
Service Providers. Have you used a service provider that you can recommend to your neighbors? Are you looking for a recommended service provider? This may be the answer to the questions.
Clubhouse Rentals. Only residents of Dune Acres may rent the use of the Clubhouse during the months of April through November for private events and parties.
Official Town Forms. Download and print official forms for vehicle registration, dog licenses, emergency property information, house key program, improvement location permit applications, and contractor registration. Change your listing in the Town telephone directory, or order additional directories.
Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore News Releases. Keep up to date with news releases from our Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore neighbor through their archive of news releases. Some of their announcements have a direct effect on the residents of Dune Acres.
Mineral Springs Road Railroad Crossing. Indiana statutes govern the length of time that a railroad train may block a street. Here are some things that you can do if this statute is violated.
Additional Information. Information on schools, libraries, shopping, utilities, telephone and internet service, rubbish and garbage collection, voting, and other information of interest to Town residents.
Lyme Disease is spread primarily through the bite of the deer tick. Learn to recognize the symptoms, and read about treatments.
Preparedness. Natural disasters are a fact of life. Each
area of the country has its own challenges. Regardless of where you
live, it's important to have plans in place to ensure that you and
your family are prepared should an emergency arise. There are a few
simple steps that everyone can take.