The IT Factor town newsletter is released quarterly and your source for what is happening in Indian Trail. The first edition of the newsletter was mailed to citizens in Fall 2008. The IT Factor Update aims to keep residents informed of Town happenings between releases of the IT Factor newsletter.
This issue of the IT Factor includes an update on the Town Hall project, information about new additions at Chestnut Square Park and Crooked Creek Park, a look inside Box City and more.
This issue of the IT Factor includes information about the upcoming Splashpad at Crooked Creek Park, Council Corners from April to June, detailed information about the proposed Heritage rezoning, introduction to a few new Town staff members and more.
This issue of the IT Factor - Online highlights the Town's move to add a Moment of Silence before each meeting, the continuation of construction on the new Town Hall and more.
This issue of the IT Factor highlights the Town's new council 2016-17 fiscal year budget, good news for Indian Trail's credit and health and wellness, recent Council Corners from the Indian Trail Town Council and highlights of the newest additions at Crooked Creek Park.
This issue of the IT Factor highlights the Town's new council members and interim town manager, as well as detailing additions planned for Crooked Creek Park thanks to a state grant.
This issue of the IT Factor highlights the Crooked Creek Dog Park as it sets to open, introduces residents to the Town's newest staff member and gets you ready for the IT's A Wonderful Life Christmas Parade and Tree Lighting.
This issue of the IT Factor digs into some of the upcoming road projects in Indian Trail, goes Indepth on IT with Town Manager Joe Fivas on a number of town issues, previews the upcoming Indian Trail Candy Crawl and more.
This issue of the IT Factor digs into the new town hall and community center planned for Matthews-Indian Trail Road, highlights passage of the town budget, details upcoming road projects and introduces readers to the next steps being taken at Crooked Creek Park.
This issue of the IT Factor provides information and photos about the Grand Opening Celebration for Crooked Creek Park, the Town's first-ever Street Sweeping program, Indian Trail being honored with its first Region of Excellence Award and more!
This issue of the IT Factor provides information and photos about the proposed designs for a future Town Hall/Community Center, the latest construction at Crooked Creek Park, a recap of the Christmas Parade and the Grand Opening Celebrations for Chestnut Square Park and more!
This issue of the IT Factor includes information about the Grand Opening Celebration for Chestnut Square Park, the 2014-2015 Recycling & Yard Waste Collection Schedule, the new Unionville-Indian Trail Road sidewalk, the next session of Citizens Academy and more!
This issue of the IT Factor includes information about the 2013-2015 Town Council, Indian Trail Resident Benefits at Carolina Courts, Christmas recycling and more.
This issue of the IT Factor includes information about recycling, the 2013 events calendar, the Pathways To Progress initiative, and the UCSO contract.
This special edition issue of the IT Factor includes information about the Community Park Bond Referendum.
This issue of The IT Factor includes information about the Community Parks Bond Referendum, New Solid Waste Improvements, and the Pathways 2 Progress Initiative.
This issue of the Indian Trail Blazer announces the activities for the annual Fourth of July Parade as well as highlights the 2010 Business Friendly Act, the Bicycle Master Plan, and the new web-based GIS. Don't miss the article about the newly adopted budget!
In this issue, you will find important information on the burning of yard debris, new trash pickup requirements, and details about the Town's Annual Christmas Tree Lighting. Enjoy!
In this issue: IT named in Family Circle magazine's Top 10 list of Family-Friendly towns, the IT budget is balanced, and helpful recycling tips. Click on the link above to check out much much more!
The Winter 2009 Trail Blazer covers the results of the Town survey, the Mayor's reflections on the Community Leaders Forum, and an article on the upcoming Indian Trail Farmers Market. Check out the great winter weather stormwater tips!
This issue features the Town branding initiative, a profile of a Stormwater Services project, letter from the Mayor, and a "Meet your Council" section. Don't miss the helpful contacts clip-out page!
Questions? Contact Hillary Pace with the Planning Department via email or at 704-821-5401.