Thank you, in advance, for taking the time to complete the Martinsville Community Survey. Click on the link above to begin. The survey is confidential so please do not identify yourself. The results of the survey will be used by the Martinsville Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee to set priorities for community improvement projects. The final results will be made public later this fall. If you have any questions please call the Martinsville City Clerk at 217-382-4323.
Founded in 1833, Martinsvillle is located in rich, agricultural Clark County. Nestled along the Old National Road (today Rt 40), Martinsville is primarily a farming community, but we also have small manufacturing plants, among other growing businesses. Located right along I-70, Martinsville gives central access to travel between Indianapolis and St. Louis, making it an ideal location for new businesses.
Community meetings will resume on the first Tuesday of each month at 6:00 pm, in the basement of the Community Center.
Our new state-of-the-art high school opened its doors in 2011, and we are proud to have added a new church building for the First Baptist Church to our community in 2011 as well. We are working hard to continue to improve our community and meet our residents' needs!
We look forward to your visit.
Martinsville, it’s small, it’s friendly, it’s home and WE ARE GROWING!
Martinsville Amphitheater Project
Have you heard the news? Martinsville is getting a new addition to the city park. The Lois & Leanore Linn Charitable Foundation is giving the land formerly owned by the Linn sisters to the city of Martinsville to be used as a park. The Foundation has also purchased the Reed property which borders the Linn land to include in the gift. So the Festivals & Events Action Team, which was created during the Martinsville MAPPING process, has chosen as our first project to build an amphitheater on this property.
To raise funds for the structure, the committee has decided to offer commemorative bricks for donations of $100, $200, $300 or more, to be placed in a path that will wind through a botanical garden which will also be developed on the property.
There is an almost endless list of things that can be inscribed on the bricks (subject to the committee’s approval.) Bricks can honor loved ones or special occasions, remember those who have died, acknowledge current businesses or those from the past, be inscribed with historical events, graduating classes, words of wisdom, scripture verses--anything you would like to see included in a memory path. This is a wonderful opportunity to be part of Martinsville’s future while remembering some of its past.
High School CD
We are excited about our new high school! In association with the dedication of our new school, Martinsville On the Move is preparing a special Commemorative Package
For A Donation of $20.00 (plus $2.50 for shipping)
You will receive:
•A DVD of the Pictorial History of the former school building and of the Classes of 1924 – 2011
On this DVD there will also be:
Photographs of the demolition of the old school
Photographs of the construction of the new school facility
Photographs of the rooms and departments with the new school
Photographs from the Dedication Ceremony
•A booklet with the history and photo graphs of the Martinsville Schools
•A copy of the Dedication Program
*** Please Note: 100% of the earnings generated from this project will be used by Martinsville on the Move to sponsor Educational Field Trips and Educational Projects for the students of the Martinsville Schools.
Place your order now!!!
Send your check or money order along with your
Name and Address to:
Martinsville On the Move
P.O. Box 464
Martinsville, IL 62442
We are still in the production stage, and orders will be shipped as soon as they
become available. Orders will be shippped in the order that they are received.
The City of Martinsville is subject to Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act. any individual who has a question regarding the accessibility of the City's facilities, program, services or activities should call Marlene Wilhoit at City Hall, 19 W. Cumberland Street, Martinsville, IL 62442, Phone: 217-382-4323.