The City of Goshen, Indiana is soliciting sealed proposals for the collection, transport, and processing of recyclable materials from the City’s public recycling drop-off site. Services include the supply and maintenance of collection containers. Services to be provided shall begin April 1, 2023 and... more
Ord. 5147: Establishing Various Fees and Parking Regulations Regarding City-Owned Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
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City of GoshenCDBG Annual Action Plan for Program Year 2023
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Governing Body: Goshen Community Relations Commission Date and Time of Meeting: Thursday, Oct. 6, 2022 at 7 p.m. Place of Meeting: Goshen Police and Court Building
Pursuant to the provisions of the Open Door Law and Indiana Code 5-14-1.5-5, the Goshen Community Relations Commission public meeting scheduled for Monday, Oct. 10, 2022 at 7 p.m., has been rescheduled to Thursday, Oct. 6, 2022 at 7 p.m. The meeting will be held in the Court Room/Council Chambers at the Goshen Police and Court Building, 111 East Jefferson Street, Goshen, Indiana.
Goshen Utilities will start the fall hydrant flushing program beginning Monday October 11th, 2021, through Friday October 15th, weather permitting.
From Monday, October 10 through Friday October 14, the Goshen Water & Sewer Department will be flushing during daylight hours from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the upper pressure zone, which is everything northeast of U.S. 33 and the Norfolk Southern tracks.
Also on Monday, October 10, they will start their nighttime flushing from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. between North Greene Road heading west to the city limits and between the Norfolk Southern tracks to the city limits south.
On Tuesday, October 11, they will start flushing from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. between Cottage Avenue and 10th Street between the Norfolk Southern tracks south to the city limits, and between Lincolnway East and the Norfolk Southern tracks heading east to the city limits.
On Wednesday October the 12, the Water & Sewer Department will start flushing from 9 p.m.to 6 a.m. between Pike Street and the city limits south and between North Greene Road and Cottage Avenue.
On Thursday October 13, from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. they will be flushing between Norfolk Southern and the city limits to the south, between North Greene Road to the city limits to the west.
The Water & Sewer Department asks that you avoid doing laundry on the day the flushing is close to your home, due to the rust that is being removed from the water mains. If you do have a problem with your laundry, please call the Water & Sewer Department and they will have some special soap for you.
If you have any questions or concerns contact their office at 574-534-5306.
Goshen and its surrounding region has rich history as land of the Potawatomi and Miami nations. To honor Indigenous Peoples Day, the City of Goshen Community Relations Commission will provide an opportunity for residents of all ages to learn this history.
The CRC will host an Indigenous Peoples Day event at the Goshen Theater Tuesday, Oct. 11 from 6–8 p.m.
Doors at the Theater open at 6 p.m. with activity and information tables and an informative program starting in the theater auditorium at 6:30 p.m. The event is free and open to the community.
In the lobby, tables for the Goshen Public Library and the Goshen Historical Society will have reading materials and resources to learn about our local history.
A table led by members of the Miami Tribal Historic Preservation Office will teach the art of ribbon work to people of all ages. Rooting through Corn, a local organization, will have a table with information about adapting corn to our region amid a changing climate.
In the auditorium, presenters and tribal historic preservation officers Matthew Bussler and Diane Hunter will share some history of the Pokagon Band of the Potawatomi and the Miami tribe in Indiana respectively.
Luke Gascho, former executive director of Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center and author of the book “Tilling Soil on Stolen Land,” will present on indigenous land use.
Zuleyja Prieto, co-founder of Rooting through Corn, will speak on the connection to heritage and community formed by observing indigenous principles while gardening. Finally, local musician Nayo Ulloa will close the evening with live music, playing a sampling of native Andean music.
“The speakers and tables we are showcasing are inspiring,” AJ Delgadillo, Community Relations Director, said of the presenters. “Each comes from a broad range of backgrounds and in their own way they’ll offer us an opportunity to learn, be in awe, and get a better idea of where we fit into history, geography, and hopefully even where we fit into our Goshen community.”
The last monthly brush collection of the year begins the week of Sept. 26, 2022.
During scheduled brush collections, the Street Department will make only one pass through the city to pick up brush. Brush will not be picked up in alleys. The piles of brush should be trash-free. Crews cannot access the piles if blocked by vehicles.
The City brush trailer program now runs throughout the year with weather permitting. The Goshen Street Department will determine what weather conditions warrant not sending a trailer out.
The trailer can be reserved for the removal of large amounts of brush. If a homeowner is trimming his own bushes or trees, they can schedule a trailer to be dropped off to put their brush in. This program is for the homeowner only and not to be used by private landscaping or tree-trimming professionals. This program is free of charge as long as there is only brush placed in the trailer.
Johnston Street will be closed just west of Woodbridge Ct, from September 19 to September 23, to install a new sewer tap for the Green Oaks Assisted Living site development.
Wilden Avenue is expected to re-open to traffic west of Main Street before the Johnston Street closure. In the event that West Wilden Avenue remains closed past Monday, September 19, the contractor will delay their requested closure to Sept. 26–Sept. 30, 2022.
Traffic will be detoured via Main Street to CR 26 to CR 21.
Wilden Avenue will be closed between Main Street (SR 15) to and including the intersection with 5th Street from Wednesday, Sept. 14, through November 11, to allow for work associated with the Wilden Avenue Reconstruction Project.
The detour route is Main Street to Oakridge Avenue to 6th Street.
College Avenue will be closed east of Century Drive from Wednesday, September 14 through December 30 to allow for work associated with the site development and infrastructure improvements along east College Avenue.
The detour route is Lincolnway East (US 33), to Kercher Road (CR 38), to CR 33.