Griffith Welcomes You

Corner of Broad and Main Streets

Lake County Solar Project

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Victory for Veterans Memorial Ride

Griffith Fire Department salutes the Victory for Veterans Memorial Motorcycle Ride

Central Park Memorial

Town of Griffith Logo

Child Seats Information

Car crashes are a leading cause of death for children 1 to 13 years old. Many times deaths and injuries can be prevented by proper use of car seats, boosters, and seat belts. Use this toolkit for information and ideas on how to generate awareness about child car safety in your community.

Animal Care Donations

The Griffith Animal Control Dept would like to ask that if you can help in any donations of the items listed below, it would be greatly appreciated. Items can be dropped off at the Griffith Police Dept - 115 N. Broad St anytime.   Thank you for all of your donations!!!!!

Dog Supplies

  • Purina Dog Chow
  • Canned wet food (ground only)
  • Treats/Bones
  • Leashes and Collars

Cat Supplies

  • Purina Cat Chow
  • Canned wet food (ground only) NO FISH
  • Tidy Cat Clay litter
  • Treats
  • Carriers
  • Litter Pans
  • Cat Traps for our "TNR" (Trap-neuter/spay-release) program for feral cats

Other Supplies Needed

  • Bleach
  • *HE* Laundry Detergent
  • Blankets
  • Towels

4th of July Parade Winners

The 2017 Griffith 4th of July Parade winners are listed below. Thank you to everyone who particpated!

1st place: Griffith Grinner's 4-H Club

2nd place: St. Timothy Episcopal Church

3rd place: Autistic Eye Art

Griffith Fire Dept - Fire Fest

On August 12, 2017 from 5 pm - 11 pm the Griffith Firefighters Association will be hosting their 1st annual Fire Fest in Central Park (698 Broad Street). Music will be provided by Rak Brothers and Jason Jakes. Please stop by for a night of music, door prizes, raffles, food, drinks and games. All proceeds go to support the Griffith Firefighters Association, which helps supplement the GFD with equipment and fire prevention resources such as smoke and CO detectors. The money raised will go right back into protection of our community 

Only $2.50 a ticket for the entry fee. That will enter you into the cash raffle with prizes of $1000, $500 or $250.  Firefighters will also be selling tickets. 

Children are welcome.