The Town of Corunna



Population 254 (Source: 2014 census)

AMENITIES: The new fire station holds the annual Corunna Fireman's Festival and is held the last Friday and Saturday in June with a fish fry on Friday and all day events on Saturday.   Fundraising fish fry meals are served every other Friday evenings throughout much of the year.
 
EDUCATION: Elementary students attend Country Meadow Elementary School. Junior and senior high school studends attend DeKalb Middle School and DeKalb High School. 
  
EMERGENCY SERVICES: Corunna is covered by the DeKalb County Sheriff Departments. The Fire Department consists of volunteers and is directed by the fire chief.
 
GOVERNMENT: A three member town council help oversee activities, projects, and development.  Council meetings are held on the fourth Tuesday of each month at the town hall.
 
HISTORIC: The Town of Corunna can be located on DeKalb County maps as early as 1858 because it was a stop for trains on the New York Central Railroad. However, it was not until 1902 that Corunna became a town.  Located along the south side of US 6 and S.R. 327 runs north-south through the town.  Norfolk Southern rail run east-west through the Town of Corunna. 
 
UTILITIES: The town operates its own water and sewage services.  Norhern Indiana Public Service Company is the electric service provider for the town.
 
Popular businesses in Corunna include Albrights Meat Market and Carters Lumber.

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