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WATER TO BE SHUT OFF ON LINCOLN AVENUE

Monday, April 23, 2018

Note: The Boil Water Advisory issued on April 23, 2018 has been canceled.  The order was for: All Homes on Lincoln Ave from 6th to 8th Street.  Samples have been taken; test results are satisfactory, it is no longer necessary to boil your water.Thank you for your patience and for water conservation measures... more

Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Ordinance to Amend the Uses of the Economic Improvement Fund for the Goshen Downtown Economic Improvement District

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

The Goshen Common Council will hold a public hearing in which all owners of real estate within the Goshen Downtown Economic Improvement District and other interested persons will be heard concerning an ordinance to amend the uses of the economic improvement fund. The proposed ordinance amends Ordinance... more

EIGHTH STREET TO BE CLOSED FOR CONSTRUCTION

Friday, April 13, 2018

In connection with the US 33 Northern Connector project, S. Eighth Street will be closed between Washington Street and Lincoln Avenue on Monday, April 16, 2018. The contractor also will be setting up a lane shift on Lincoln Avenue just west of the railroad tracks to allow for the construction of... more

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Brush pickup

Monday, April 30, 2018

Board of Public Works & Safety & Stormwater

Monday, April 30, 2018, 2:00pm

City Council meeting

Tuesday, May 1, 2018, 7:00pm

CSO Notice

As required by 327 IAC 5-2.1-6(1) (Combined Sewer Overflow Public Notification Rule), communities with combined sewer overflows (CSOs) are required to offer public notification when CSOs are discharging. The City of Goshen is one of Indiana’s communities with CSOs that are covered by the law.

All of Goshen’s Combined Sewer Overflows are located on the Elkhart River at 705 Indiana Avenue.

CSOs may occur when the capacity of the wet weather detention facility and the wastewater treatment plant are exceeded, due to rainfall, snowmelt, total loss of power, etc. When this occurs, the excess stormwater and sanitary sewage is discharged to the river through combined sewer overflows. The greatest impacts of discharges from CSOs are associated with bacteria in the untreated sewage and in the stormwater run-off. Bacteria levels in the river can rise for several days following a CSO discharge.

The City of Goshen offers local media sources, affected public and other interested persons an alert notification via e-mail when CSOs are discharging or when there is a likelihood that discharges may occur.

Clean waterways are a priority for the City of Goshen. The City is implementing many projects to improve our waterway and to reduce combined sewer overflows. These efforts include expanding and modernizing our wastewater treatment plant and improving the sewage collection system.

If you wish to subscribe/unsubscribe to this notification via email, please visit www.goshenindiana.org and click on Government-Departments-Wastewater-CSO Notice.​