Pay my water/sewer bill
Water and Sewer payments can be made online through the Waterloo payment portal.
Payments can also be mailed to P.O. Box 96, Waterloo, IN 46793. They can also be dropped in the secure payment box on the north side of the town office in the drive through or brought into the town office. Office hours are 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Request street work
Contact Street Superintendent Dave Wolfe at 260-837-7623 or email@example.com
Register to vote
You can register to vote, change your registration address, find your polling place and do other voter related tasks by going to the Indiana Voters web site and selecting the task you wish to accomplish. In many cases you can complete the process online or you may print forms to be mailed to the appropriate offices.
Get an ILP permit
Many improvements to your property require the proper permit. Download information about permits here: Improvement Location Permits (Requirements)
Download the instructions and the form here (PDF).ILP_Instructions_Waterloo
Visit the Beacon web site to view the property, draw in the proposed buildings, and print as an attachment to the application.
Get a demolition permit
Get a permit to raise chickens
Complete the form and submit it with $5 at the Waterloo utility office/Town Hall.
Rent the Community Room in the Depot
The Community Room in the historic Waterloo Depot is no longer available for rent.
Coming soon to the Community Room is a Coffee Shop!
Rent the Park pavilion
The Waterloo Park Pavilion in Thomson Park is available for rent.
Town Residents $ 40 plus deposit ($20) and sales tax
Non-Resident $60 plus deposit ($20) and sales tax
Not for Profit Groups $ 30 Maintenance fee, plus deposit
Park Rental Rules click here for rental information.
Submit a development plan
Apply for a tax phase in
Submit a nomination for Waterloo Pride
Go to our Waterloo Pride page to nominate a resident for this award.
Recycling and trash service are included with your sewer and water bills. Nationwide, improper recycling practices have caused tons of wasted renewables to be moved to landfills or worse-to pile up in mounds of litter. Please do your part to recycle correctly.
Click for a few tips (PDF): Recycling When in doubt