303 E. Vistula St. Bristol, IN 46507
3rd Thurs. of each Month 7pm at Town Hall.
Work Session the Tues. prior to 3rd Thurs. Open to Public
Town Manager Mitch Mitchell
Town Hall/Clerk Mary Ryman
Town Marshal Mike Albin
Council President Jeff Beachy
Council Member Cathy Burke
Council Member Del Schrock
Council Member Whitney Pierle
Council Member Floyd Lynch
Wastewater Treatment Plant
Plant located at 1300 West Vistula Street Bristol, IN
Bristol’s Treatment Plant is considered to be the most efﬁciently operated plant in the State for the size of the community.
Head Operator John Supper and Technician Tim McCandess are conﬁdent that the facilities are prepared to provide for future customer expansion with the expected location of businesses and industries to the Bristol area.
In 1998, the plant received a four million dollar renovation to take it from 250,000 gallon ﬂow to 750,000 gallons
- Best State Water 2012
In the month of February, 2012, Bristol received recognition as the best water in Indiana and competed in a national competition where they came in 5th in the Nation.
- Testing and Tours
Supper demonstrates essential lab tests, while McCandess conducted a tour of the facility and showed an example of over 300,000 individual media ﬁlters used in the large blue tank. According to Hathaway, the water that is released into the river is cleaner than the river water itself.
Street and Maintenance Department
Plant located at 802 Bloomingdale Street\
Bristol’s Street/Maintenance Department employees Wendell Bowen and Dave Love wear a lot of different hats as they provide services for the Town.
- Repairs and Replacement
Keeping Bristol’s infrastructure in repair requires constant maintenance and is a full time activity year-round. They assist with Town decor, like ﬂowers and wreaths.
- Pickup of Storm Damage
Frequent storms call for pickup of branches and limbs. Maintenance does pickup storm damage, but other removal of tree or branch disposal should be handled by the homeowner or the private contractor. Call Town Manager at 574-848-4853 for info.
- Leaf Pickup & Snowplowing
Once the leaves are on the ground, Town Maintenance begins the annual leaf pickup, which generally continues until the week after Thanksgiving. After that snowplowing begins for the winter season.
- Park & Cemetery Maintenance
In addition to their many other duties, the Maintenance crew maintains the parks and the Town cemetery, as well as assisting water and sewer in any emergencies or breakdowns.