Information about our town

Mulberry is a rural community with a population of approximately 1,400 people. We are located on State Road 38 in the western part of Clinton County, Indiana. Mulberry is within a short driving distance of Lafayette, Frankfort, Delphi, Kokomo, and Indianapolis, which allows area residents and visitors easy access to employment, entertainment, education, and many health care providers. Mulberry has an abundance of small businesses. We are the home to South Fork Restaurant, giving you a casual dining experience, a taxidermy, insurance company, liquor store, gas station/convenient store, youth center, and senior citizens center, just to name a few. More of our businesses include; Mulberry Cooperative Telephone Company, The Farmers Bank, United States Postal Service, Pizza King, Masonic Lodge #618, and Bodine Funeral Home. Also located in our town is the Mulberry Health and Retirement Community. The Luther Villa is also located in Mulberry, and is an independent living community. The Luther Villa consists of wonderful apartments that have very nice amenities. Please visit the Luther Villa’s website for more information. You can click here to access this website. There are three churches located inside of Mulberry. David Hummel is the Pastor of The Mulberry United Methodist Church; it is located on the corner of Perrin Street and Main Street. The church owns Abba’s Place, located on Jackson Street. Abba’s Place is the home to the Stone Soup Food Pantry. Merton Bobo is the Pastor of the Mulberry Trinity Church. It is located on the corner of Jackson Street and Main Street. Mike Crawford is the Pastor of Gloria Dei Evangelical Lutheran Church. It is located on State Road 38 just inside the western part of Mulberry. Mulberry has a Fire Department located on Jackson Street on the eastern most side of town. The Mulberry Public Library is a branch of the Frankfort Public Library and is located across the street from the Fire Department on Jackson Street. Trash is picked up on Wednesday of every week. Holidays have a different schedule. Look for information on your water bill ahead of time, or call Town Hall. Clerk-Treasurer: Paula Bennett  •Pay a Water Bill, or have your water service turned on/off: 765-296-2455 Please contact Paula Bennett about prices and availability to reserve the Recreational Center located in the Mulberry Centennial Park. It is a nice venue for wedding receptions, auctions, and other family get-togethers such as reunions and birthday parties. We also have a wonderful outdoor shelter with picnic tables for your outdoor family gatherings. It is equipped with built-in grills for your cooking needs. This shelter comes at a “first come, first serve” basis, and is provided free of charge. •The Police Department: 765-296-2440 •Clinton County Disposal (Trash Pickup) 765-379-2292 – please call this number for complaints and questions. •Telephone Services: Mulberry Cooperative Telephone Company 765-296-2885 •Internet and Televisions Services: Website Mulberry Cooperative Telephone Company (TV over the Internet) and High-speed DSL services – 765-296-2885 •Other Utilities: Comcast – (Television and Broadband Cable Internet Services) 1-800-Comcast Duke Energy -1-800-521-2232 Vectren Gas Company – 1-800-227-1376 •News Sources: WLFI (from Lafayette) Click here for the website Or tune to Channel 18 Journal and Courier: www.jconline.com Frankfort Times www.ftimes.com

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