The New Haven Utility Department will begin its annual, leaf only, pick up on October 14, 2014 and continue through December 5, 2014. Leaves that are picked up are recycled into compost, which is available free to the public at the Utility Complex located at 2455 Summit Street. Therefore, eliminating trash and debris is of the utmost importance. Bagged leaves WILL NOT be accepted as this will inhibit the pick up process and the bags are not conducive to composting. Leaves should be ready on the first pick up day of the week that crews are scheduled to be in your part of the city. Leaves must be raked onto the park strip between the sidewalk and curb (NOT IN THE STREET), and away from street signs, poles, mailboxes and parked cars. Long rows are preferred over one big pile. Weather conditions, utility emergencies and mechanical problems may alter the schedule slightly, but all leaves will be picked up as close to the published schedule as possible.
2014 Leaf Pick Up Schedule
East of Werling Road
October . . . . . . . . . 14-17
October . . . . . . . . 27-31
November . . . . . . . 10-14
November . . . . . . . 24-26
West of Werling Road
October . . . . . . . . . 20-24
November . . . . . . . 3-7
November . . . . . . . 17-21
December . . . . . . . 1-5
*Note: No leaf pick up on November 4 or November 11 City offices will be closed.
*Note: Shordon Estates is WEST of Werling Road
The New Haven Police Department currently has an opening for seasonal, part-time positions of School Crossing Guard Substitute.
Part-time School Crossing Guard $11.42/hr.
Morning 7:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.
Afternoon 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Lincoln Hwy. & High Street
Powers & Rufus Street
Berwick Lane & Tartan Lane
Green Road & Park Blvd.
St. Johns & High Street
SR 930 & Werling Road
Woodmere & Kirkmore (Meadowbrook)
Green Road & Park Blvd.
Provide for the safe movement of children to and from school when crossing public roadways and intersections by observing gaps in the traffic and leading the children across the roadway or intersection. Crossing guards are not to engage in traffic direction or control.
Employment Applications are available at the New Haven Police Department located at: 815 Lincoln Hwy. E., New Haven, IN 46774
Completed resume of qualifications and employment application should be submitted to the Chief of Police no later than Friday, November 14, 2014.
The New Haven-Adams Twp. basketball league teaches fundamentals like ball handling, passing, dribbling, and sportsmanship for both boys and girls. All leagues will have one practice a week on either a Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday evening between 6:00pm-9:00pm and a Saturday game between 8:00am and 3:00pm. Practices and games are held at Park Hill gym. Coaches will notify players of specific team information and play times no later than October 31st.
Program highlights and specifics include:
• Participation in a MAD ANTS instructional workshop.
• The Advanced league will get the opportunity to participate in the Mad Ants “Court of Dreams” program. (tentative)
• Practice begins the week of November 4th.
• Games begin Saturday, November 15th. (No games Nov. 29th)
• The last scheduled game will be January 31st, 2015.
• Program follows EACS schedule – No program during EACS recess.
• Skill evaluation for the Instructional & Advanced league is scheduled for October 20th. Drop in for 15 minutes between 6:00pm-8:00pm at Park Hill. Program Location: Park Hill Gymnasium, 1000 Prospect Ave., New Haven Ages & Cost: Leagues are broken down by grade-
• Beginner – Kindergarten & 1st – $60.00
• Instructional – 2nd & 3rd – $60.00
• Advanced league* with officials- 4th, 5th & 6th – $75.00*
*If there are enough participants we will have separate leagues for boys and girls for the advanced age group. **There is a multiple child discount of $10 for each additional child registered after the first participant. Registration deadline: October 17th at 4pm. Any registrations accepted after will be charged a $10 late registration fee. Online registration is available at www.newhavenparksandrec.org ($2 convenience fee is assessed for this method of payment.)
COACHES are NEEDED for the league to be successful! League is coached by volunteers. Total number of registrations accepted depends on number of coaches. All volunteers will be asked to attend a coach’s meeting the week prior to the beginning of the program. Coaches will receive a coach’s shirt. CLICK HERE FOR FORM AND MORE INFORMATION.
“Past…Present…Future!” NH Boys Basketball Fundraiser
Date: Saturday November 29th, 2014
Time: 4:00p.m. to-7:00p.m.
Where: NHHS Main Gym
The boys basketball program is hosting their 1st annual “Past…….Present…..Future!” Bulldog Fundraiser event.
Come out and see scrimmages from: Central Lutheran, New Haven Middle, Paul Harding Junior High, the entire New Haven
high school boys basketball program, and past New Haven High School Boys
The fundraiser is to help fund the Boys Basketball program. Admission is $5.00 at the door Alumni fee is $25.00 (if participating, call NHHS, fill out the registration form and return by October 29, 2014
Rack & Helens Meet and Greet immediately afterward 7 p.m.
Oct. 24: Columbia City at South Side
Oct. 24: New Haven at Logansport
Oct. 24: Norwell at Frankfort
Oct. 24: Jay County at Marion
Oct. 31: Semifinals
Nov. 7: Championship
Each fall the annual crop harvest coupled with the beginning of hunting season and the “rut,” (deer mating season) makes deer movement more prominent and the number of car/deer crashes increase. Motorists are reminded to use extra caution when driving in rural areas of Indiana. Deer are generally more active in the early morning (pre-dawn) hours or the hours just after dusk but could be on the move at anytime. .
•When possible use high beam headlights at night and be aware that deer could be standing on or near the side of the roadway.
•Drivers should watch approaching vehicles and observe what may break their headlights beams; it could be a passing deer. This technique allows extra time to slow your speed and be alert for the deer.
•Watch for reflections from the deer’s eyes.
•Where there is one deer there are often several. Do not assume you missed the deer because more could follow. BE ALERT!
•If your vehicle strikes a deer, do not touch it. A frightened or wounded deer can cause you serious bodily injury. Remain in your car, make sure you and your passengers are safe, and call the police to obtain a crash report for your insurance company. You should report this as you would any other crash.
•Make sure everyone in your vehicle is buckled up!
For more information concerning deer habits, population, and trends in your area contact your local conservation officer or the Indiana Department of Natural Resources Division of Fish and Wildlife at http://www.in.gov/dnr/ or call 317-232-4200.
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