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Mayor’s Meet and Greet
every Wednesday 6-8 pm

Mayor’s Office, City Hall
Notice Of Special Meetings

Welcome to the official website for the City of Plainfield. This is a very exciting time and opportunity for the City of Plainfield, as I am sworn in as the 37th Mayor of Plainfield on January 1, 2014.

I would like to take the opportunity to thank all the residents of Plainfield, entrepreneurs and businesses, and my family as we share this historic moment. We have an opportunity to change the course and build a new Plainfield through innovation, creativity, hard work and collaboration.

Plainfield enjoys a vibrant downtown, rich mixture of historic districts, diverse communities, and an exciting variety of art and cultural opportunities, and our wonderful city should leverage these assets. I am proud of the people of Plainfield. Our city is resilient and resourceful. The people of Plainfield are strong, talented, and innovative and together we can weather any challenge and Plainfield will emerge stronger for it – together. 

My administration will work tirelessly to support my vision of community harmony, economic vitality, and the social and economic well being of every resident where everyone enjoys a quality of life that is safe and secure.  To that end, we will work together to develop prosperity for the City of Plainfield, and prosperity for all the residents of the city that is enduring. 

I love Plainfield and want every person to succeed and have a good life.

One Plainfield – One Future.

I am honored to be your Mayor, 

Adrian O. Mapp
Mayor of Plainfield 

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PUBA – Plainfield United Block Association