Whose Offices Can You Find at City Hall?
Mayor's Office: Clint Lamb
Clerk-Treasurer's Office: Sue Pitts
Deputy Clerk Treasurer's Office: Lisa McCammon
Utility Clerk for Sewer and Trash Service: Phyllis Graham
Building Commissioner: Brian Pound
City Hall Address:
32 North Court Street
Sullivan, IN 47882
City Hall Phone:
City Hall Fax:
DEPUTY CLERK - TREASURER
DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
SPECIAL PROJECT COORDINATOR
The Deputy Clerk-Treasurer is appointed by the Clerk-Treasurer to assist her. Lisa McCammon holds the position.
As the Director of Community Development, Amber Hunt helps improve the Sullivan citizens’ quality of life. She focuses on the continued creation of the Sully Greenway System, fundraising for the Sullivan City Pool, leading efforts at the Sullivan Civic, partnering with local schools, hosting numerous public events, researching grant opportunities, and assisting with multiple City projects
Lisa's position also includes record-keeping, accounting, assisting visitors who come to our City Hall, and all aspects of the daily efforts which keep our City government running efficiently and effectively. She is a person who goes the extra mile to assist her co-workers, City Department and City Board members, and anyone who contacts City Hall.
Amber Hunt: 812-564-2479.
As the Special Projects Coordinator, Elanna oversees any work outside of the ordinary, specifically administering grants and other reports with organizations like the Indiana Department of Transportation regarding local trails, sidewalks and street paving.
Elanna Luttrell: 812-268-1030.
CITY OF SULLIVAN - UTILITY CLERK
water usage information which is furnished to the City by the Indiana American Water Company.
In addition, as a service to our City's residents, each bill Phyllis sends includes Republic Services, Inc., weekly trash pick up fees in Sullivan. Curb-side recycling service is available with pick-up every two weeks.
Phyllis is always ready to answer your questions and assist you with any concerns you may have.
Phyllis Graham is the City of Sullivan's Utility Clerk, and she prepares monthly utility bills for sewer fees and is responsible for collection. Sewer service is the City's only utility property's sewer fee , and the amount of each is based on the
Sewer/trash bills can be paid at City Hall in person.
Sewer/trash bill can be paid by mail.
You may also place the bill stub and payment in the drop box outside by the entrance to City Hall (no cash in the drop box, please).
To arrange for automatic debit service from your checking account, please call Nikki at 812-268-6077.
You may pay by MasterCard, Visa, or Discover credit card. You can conduct this transaction by phone, online by internet, or in person at City Hall. An additional charge of $3.95 or a minimum of 3% of the bill, whichever is greater, will be added to your bill by the charge card service provider to your charge total. (This extra fee is not a charge made by the City.)
Five Ways to Pay Your Sullivan Sewer & Trash Bill
Note: Water service bills will be received from Indiana American Water, Inc., and must be paid to them. The City of Sullivan cannot collect those payments.
To make a credit card payment online, click here.
Important Notice for Delinquent Bills!
The City of Sullivan has established an Ordinance in conjunction with Indiana American Water, Inc. which entails the turning off of water service to a property at which the sewer bills are not currently being paid.
How Does a Resident Register to Receive a Sewer Bill?
In order to receive a sewer service bill, a resident is required to first contract service with Indiana
American Water, Inc., which can be reached at 800-492-8373. After this is completed, the Indiana
American Water, Inc., will contact City Hall and you will be signed up for a sewer and trash account.
How Does a Resident Receive an Adjustment to a Sewer Bill if there is a Water Leak?
If a resident receives a fee adjustment from Indiana American Water, Inc., for a water leak or other circumstance, the resident can then request an application for a fee adjustment from the City for sewer service.
How can a Resident Get Trash and Recycling Services and Containers?
Call Republic Services, Inc.,at 866-760-2182 to sign up, and container(s) will be delivered to you.
What Happens if the Bill is Not Paid?
Please contact the City Hall office if you cannot pay your bill for the month. We will work with youa s best we can within the guidelines we are, by law, required to follow.
Unfortunately, there are situations when Property Liens for delinquent sewer bills must be filed with the Sullivan County Court system.