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CNN Money Magazine has named the City of Westfield one of the top 50 "Best Places to Live" for 2013. Westfield is the only Indiana community to make the list, which focuses on "America's Best Small Towns." Overall, Westfield ranked fifth in the Midwest and 18th in the nation.

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City of Westfield - Government shared Westfield Youth Assistance Program's photo.

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YOU DID IT WESTFIELD!!!!! We collected 116 games for the youth and families in our program. We can't thank you enough for your support and generosity! Thank you to all of our collection sites as well! Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

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Last night WFD had a fire at a CVS under construction on Ditch Road and 146th st. Fire was contained to the roof, and extinguished in 15 minutes . No injuries associated with this incident. We were assisted by Carmel Fire Department.

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REMINDER! We are still collecting letters to Santa here at City Services and at the Westfield Public Safety Building until December 18! Drop them off soon so Santa has time to respond before the holiday! ... See moreSee less

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TRAVEL ADVISORY: 186th and Springmill Road scheduled to OPEN TO TRAFFIC by 5pm TODAY. Thank you for your patience. ... See moreSee less

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Date: December 14, 2017 Contact: Captain Charles Hollowell Westfield Police Facilitates City Staff in Sports and Special Events Incident Management WESTFIELD, IN-The Westfield Police Department hosted the Sports and Special Events Incident Management Course for city employees at the Grand Park Events Center on December 12 and 13. "This course is important to Westfield because it provided a unique opportunity for members of our public safety team to interact and train with members of the Grand Park staff, its stakeholders, and representatives from Division 1 universities that utilize our facilities," explains Assistant Chief of Police Scott Jordan. "The training will enable us to effectively plan and manage our response to emergency incidents and special events in a unified way." The Sports and Special Events Incident Management Course provided participants with the necessary skills and training to plan for and effectively manage an emergency that occurs during a sporting or special event. Attendees used practical application, such as role-playing exercises, to learn techniques and protocols, which follow the National Incident Management System also known as NIMS. Participants learned: How to develop structured response plans that can work for all hazards and incidents A detailed framework for special event planning Vulnerability and risk assessments Mitigation and resiliency strategies The Sports and Special Events Incident Management course was provided by the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) and the National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security. TEEX is home to the National Emergency Response and Rescue Training Center (NERRTC). NERRTC offers preparedness courses to emergency responders, public works staff and medical personnel from around the country. "We are thrilled to bring this course to Grand Park in Westfield," says associate training specialist Andrew Stowers of TEEX. "Grand Park can host thousands of visitors a day during its peak season, which makes this course essential for emergency personnel and for those directly involved in the day-to-day operations." To build on this training, the Westfield Police Department will be hosting the scenario-based Enhanced Sports and Special Events Incident Management TEEX course at Grand Park in January 2018. During this course, participants will engage in three simulation supported emergency response exercises designed to improve individual and team management and decision-making skills related to large-scale emergency incidents. #####

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City of Westfield

130 Penn St Westfield, IN 46074
  • Phone:  (317) 804-3000
  • Fax:  (317) 804-3190