An elected Mayor and five City Council members govern Kendallville. The City Clerk-Treasurer assists them in carrying out the responsibilities of governing the people. The Mayor and other city departments are located at City Hall at 234 S. Main St.
Regan Ford – Councilman-at-Large 516 North Main Street Kendallville, Indiana 46755 Tel: (260) 347-4594
James C. Dazey II – 1st District 408 North State Street Kendallville, Indiana 46755 Tel: (260) 347-2636
Steven Clouse – 2nd District 103 Ironwood Drive Kendallville, Indiana 46755 Tel: (260) 349-1989
Amy Ballard - 3rd District 627 E Mitchell Street Kendallville, Indiana 46755 Tel: (260) 343-1342
Larry Davis – 4th District 218 Pine Street Kendallville, Indiana 46755 Tel: (260) 318-1478
Kendallville area residents live in 1 of 4 townships, with the greatest portion of our population in Wayne and Allen Townships. Those living to the north of Drake Road (CR 600 N) are in Wayne Township, while residents south of Drake Road are in Allen Township. Orange Township lies northwest of town while Jefferson Township lies southwest. County Road 600 East is the boundary.
Allen Township Thaddeus Bay
Jefferson Township Marc Fisher
Orange Township George Wolfe
Wayne Township Chris McCoy
The police department is an active participant within the community and offers many programs of interest to our citizens. They include drug awareness seminars, personal safety classes for women, robbery prevention techniques for businesses and, most recently, dealing with bio-hazardous issues. Our police department welcomes the opportunity to speak to any group at any time, and is a vital part of the health of our community.
A dedicated team of full-time and numerous reserve and volunteer firefighters comprise the Kendallville Fire Department. These men and women operate from two stations and are sworn to protect the citizens and businesses of Kendallville. Two deputy fire chiefs operate under the direction of the Fire Chief. The department is equipped with two pumper trucks, a rescue unit, two grass trucks, a 4,500 gallon tanker, 75' and 102' aerial trucks, and a mobile incident command center. The city has a fire insurance rating of 5. Highly trained and dedicated paramedics and emergency medical technicians provide emergency medical services.
The Executive Director of the Kendallville Area Chamber of Commerce works closely with the Mayor and other community leaders to promote the quality of life in Kendallville. This alliance helps advance economic growth and business development in Kendallville and Noble County. To learn more about our municipal government or to find out about joining the Chamber of Commerce, please fill out our contact form, call us at 260-347-1554, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.