Looking for a small quiet town to live in with world class amenities nearby, you may have found it in Morocco Indiana. Morocco was founded in 1851 and believed to be named after a traveler's red Moroccan boots. Morocco is located just west of the intersection of US 41 and Indiana 114. We are located about 70 miles from Chicago and 115 miles from Indianapolis. Purdue University is 50 miles south and Indiana University Northwest is 50 miles to the north. All of these amenities are easily accessed by either Interstate 65 or US 41.
Morocco City-wide garage and yard sale is coming up Friday May 25th and Saturday May 26th. All applications must be received by Friday May 18th. Click here for the signup form.
It's that time of year again. The Morocco Homecoming Parade is coming up Sunday May 27, 2018. This is a community parade! Kids, Families, Friends, Businesses, Organizations...you name it-join in. Ride your bike, walk or build a float. Don't delay click here for you registration.
Newton County Recycling
Newton County Recycling Sites to Stay Open
The Three R’s - Reduce . . . Reuse . . . Recycle. . .
The Newton County Commissioners are excited to announce the Newton County recycling sites will remain open and available for residents. Please help keep our community clean and promote an environmentally friendly lifestyle by using the sites for RECYCLABLE materials only.
Please refer to the updated list of items that are ACCEPTED and items that are NON-RECYCLABLE.
The following items are ACCEPTED:
Paper (staples okay) Corrugated/Smooth Cardboard
Magazines Ream Wrappers
Newspapers File Folders
Junk Mail Poster Board
Phone Books Frozen Food Boxes
Brochures Cardboard Boxes
Envelopes Milk Cartons
Clear, Green, and Brown Glass Plastics: # 1 – 5 and #7 (NO #6)
Jars Water Bottles
Aluminum Beverage Cans Soda Bottles
Steel Food Cans Milk Jugs
The following items are NOT-RECYCLABLE:
Mirrors and/or Ceramics
Stickers & Address Labels
Tissue, Paper Towels or Napkins
The Newton County recycling collection sites are SINGLE-stream recycling. SINGLE-stream recycling means residents do not need to sort/separate their recyclable items. Recyclable items should be clean and compacted.
Residents can drop off their clean and recyclable items 24 hours a day at the following sites:
Kentland – 109 West Dunlap Street
Goodland – Between Main Source Bank and Post Office
Brook – South Side of Water Tower
Morocco – North of Newton County Highway Garage
Lake Village – West of Lake Township Fire Station
Roselawn – East Kellar Street - East of Ceres Solutions
Mt. Ayr – Chicago Street
For a PDF copy of this document PLEASE CLICK HERE.
A new service provided by the Town of Morocco allows you to pay your utilities online using a credit card. It's secure and easy. PayGov charges a small convenience fee to use this service. Try it today by clicking here.
The Town of Morroco's Water Department 2016 Consumer Confidence Report is online. This brochure is a snapshot of the quality of the drinking water that we provided last year.