Friday, August 18, 2017
West Lincoln Avenue will be restricted to one lane Friday, Aug. 18 and Monday, Aug. 21 in the 1700 block of W. Lincoln Avenue, across from Silverwood Lane. Crews will reopen the lane at the end of the day Friday and close again Monday Morning, before reopening to traffic at the end of the day Monday. more
Thursday, August 17, 2017
Norfolk Southern has changed the dates of when railroad crossings in Goshen will be closed. These are the new changes: The crossing at Madison Street (US 33) will not be closed until a later date to be determined. The crossings at Plymouth Avenue, Burdick Street and several private crossings... more
Wednesday, August 16, 2017
Last month, the city notified residents there would be no brush collection in August. That has changed to due to there being significant amounts of brush out on the streets from storm damage. Brush collection will begin Monday August 28, 2017. Please place all leaves and brush at the curb but... more
Solarize Goshen is working to make it easier, faster, and more affordable to go solar by the end of 2017! Participants with NIPSCO and I&M are strongly encouraged to sign a contract before Sept 30th, 2017 to receive installation before the end of the year, when changes to net metering policies start to take effect. Your home or business may be eligible for the Solarize negotiated pricing even if it is located in the surrounding counties, thanks to guidance from the Michiana Area Council of Governments. To get started, visit the Solarize Goshen webpage at www.SolarizeNI.org and RSVP to a workshop. If you want a jump start, fill out the online participant survey and submit your electricity usage data (see instructions in survey) before the workshop. To learn more about how to go solar in Goshen, visit the City of Goshen webpage at https://goshenindiana.org/going-solar-in-goshen
Monday, August 28, 2017, 2:00pm
Nestled in the heart of Elkhart County, Goshen, Indiana is home to over 30,000 residents. Settled in 1831, it is the county seat.
The City prides itself on community service with many active service clubs and nonprofit organizations giving back on a daily basis. There are 33 religious denominations with 64 local churches.
Goshen has one of the most vibrant downtown's in the State!
The revitalization of the downtown contributes to the City's overall appeal to residents, visitors, business, industry and entrepreneurs. In addition, Goshen’s business development philosophy is progressive and responsive with the City's Community Development Department focusing on the re-purposing of past industrial sites for future development. Goshen is an innovator in the use of Tax Increment Financing (TIF) directing tax dollars to neighborhoods needing assistance.
Seniors enjoy retiring in Goshen, home to Greencroft, which is the largest private senior care facility in Indiana. The 165-acre campus offers seniors a wide choice of housing options and activities.
With both public and private schools available, Goshen is among the top 10% of Indiana schools for National Merit Scholars. The City is home to the county's only four-year institution, Goshen College.
Goshen is home to IU Health Goshen Hospital and IU Health Center for Cancer Care. Each of these medical care providers have won multiple state and national awards for patient and employee satisfaction. In 2010, Dr. Douglas Schwartzendruber, Director of the Center for Cancer Care, was named one of Time magazines top 100 people for his research of a melanoma vaccine.
We are proud of our community...can you tell?