Many people may not be aware of what exactly Township government does for its residents. Our office provides a variety of services such as fire protection, weed control, fence disputes, cemetery maintenance, on-site food pantry and township assistance. Township Assistance is for those residents who find themselves in need of assistance with shelter and basic needs including utilities, medicine and food. Please use the menu bar at the top of the page to learn more about these and other services available.

Perhaps the most valuable aspect of Township government is that it is local and accessible. While we do have regular office hours, I am also on call 24 hours a day to assist those in an emergency situation such as loss of shelter. We pride ourselves in assisting our residents in a timely manner. Another important aspect of a small, local office is that we are easily accountable to the taxpayers we serve. We also serve as a representative for residents working with other government organizations with zoning and ordinance issues. I’m always available to discuss any questions you may have about Fall Creek Township and what we offer our residents.


Doug Allman, Trustee


A Township Trustee is an elected official in the local government that administers a township, which is a political subdivision of a county, and in common with most other state officials serves a term of four years.

Fall Creek Township is one of nine townships in Hamilton County, Indiana.

Our  boundaries run from Cumberland Road in the east to the Hancock/Madison county line in the west. North and south boundaries are 146th Street and 96th Street.