Welcome to the Town of Ladoga
Ladoga is a quiet community with a population of 1040 located in the agriculturally rich Southeast corner of Montgomery County. The town is ideally situated on State Road 234 on a direct line from Indianapolis to Turkey Run and Shades State Parks. Ladoga is within a short driving distance to Crawfordsville, Greencastle, Lafayette, Brownsburg, and Indianapolis, which allows our residents easy access to employment, entertainment, education, and health care services.
Ladoga is practically free of crime and Fire and Police protection are excellent, making insurance rates very low. We believe you will like Ladoga and its friendly people. Its neat homes, wide paved streets, beautiful shade and modern utility services provide an atmosphere conducive to gracious country living with city convenience.
To download an application, ordinances or meeting minutes, click DOWNLOADS.
To find information about Ladoga Utilities including Electric, Water, Sewer, Storm Water and Trash, click UTILITIES.
Due to the nationwide COVID-19 outbreak, and orders mandated by the federal and state governments, the Town Hall Lobby will be closed indefinitely as of March 17, 2020.
Payment can be made with credit card online or by calling in to the office at 765-942-2531, or by utilizing the drop box located to the left of the door.
Clerk-Treasurer and all employees of the town are still available by phone at 765-942-2531.
We will be monitoring developments and changes to federal, state and local governments and agencies, and will post changes as we are made aware. We apologize for the inconvenience, and appreciate your patience while our community and country struggle through these very trying times.
TRASH SERVICE SCHEDULE
T & S Trash Service would like to remind everyone of the following delayed service days:
Memorial Day, May 25th: Service will be Friday May 29th.
Independence Day, July 4th: Service will be Friday July 10th.
Labor Day, September 7th:
service will be Friday September 11th.
Trash service will be on Friday of these holiday weeks to allow employees to spend time with their families.
CLEAN UP DAYS
The Town's next clean-up days will be held on May 2nd and 3rd, 2020. Several dumpsters will be placed at the town lot on E. Elm St., for use only by Ladoga residents. The site will be monitored for illegal dumping of items such as: appliances, tires, antifreeze, cleaners, oil-based paints, acids & bases, weed killers, old fuels, paint thinner/remover, rechargeable/lithium/NiCad batteries, items containing mercury, computer monitors, printers, keyboards, CPUs, laptops, hard drives, fluorescent light bulbs/ballast, adhesives, driveway sealer, motor oil filters, fertilizers, motor oil, pool chemicals, stains/varnish, pesticides/herbicides, and old batteries. Please be considerate, and if the dumpsters are full do not place items on the ground. We will have more clean-up days next year.
The Ladoga Town Office is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 to 4:30. We close daily from 11:30 to 12:30 for lunch.
We are also open on the first and second Saturdays of each month from 8:30 to 12:00.
Ladoga Clark Township Public Library
Contact: Debbie Clapp 765-942-2456
Historic Ladoga at The Old Normal
Contact: David Orwig 765-942-2555
Ladoga is proud to support 4 star and A rated schools at Ladoga Elementary School (K-5), Southmont Jr. High School (6-8), and Southmont High School (9-12).
Council Meetings are held on the second Saturday at 9:00 AM and the Last Wednesday at 3:00 PM of each month. Meetings are held in the Meeting Room located in the Town Office Building.
Ladoga is fortunate to have a large family friendly recreation area for all ages to enjoy.
Located at our park is a basketball court, tennis court, two playground areas, two open air shelter houses, two lighted baseball/softball diamonds.
The Ladoga Park Shelters are available for public use by reservations. Please contact the Town Hall at 765-942-2531 for availability. Public Restrooms are available when reservations are made.
The Park has many large century old trees and some newly planted trees donated by J & D Tree Surgery of Ladoga.
The Ladoga Youth Baseball League uses the fields for practices and games.
The Ladoga Lions Club uses these shelters and the park area the first weekend of August every year for their Annual Fish Fry.