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Friday, September 22, 2017

Brush collection will begin Monday, September 25. Please place all leaves and brush at the curb but not in the street, so as to not cause a road hazard or hinder water drainage. Brush piles placed in alleyways will not be picked up. Do not place piles around fire hydrants, mailboxes or telephone... more


Friday, September 22, 2017

Contractor Walsh & Kelly will be working on Plymouth Avenue, from Indiana Avenue to the east completing punch list items from the project completed in 2016. Flaggers will control traffic during the lane restrictions. Work will begin Monday, Sept. 25 through Friday, Sept. 29 from 8:30 a.m.... more


Thursday, September 21, 2017

Goshen City Cemeteries is pleased to announce an open house for the new Violett Cemetery Cremation Garden on Friday, Sept. 29, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. During that time a staff member will be on hand to answer questions about the garden for members of the public. The cremation garden, built over... more

Upcoming Events All »

Goshen Housing Authority Board meeting

Tuesday, September 26, 2017, 7:00am

Board of Zoning Appeals meeting

Tuesday, September 26, 2017, 4:00pm

Redevelopment Commission - Special meeting

Wednesday, September 27, 2017, 3:00pm

Jairo Jimenez

A BIG Thank you to the Sailor Family for sponsoring this storm drain art!

Artist Bio

Jairo Jiménez Cabezas is a freelance digital animator and illustrator from Costa Rica. He studied at Universidad Veritas in San José and graduated with honors in 2014 after developing a short, abstract film “Perspicientía.” Since moving to Goshen, Jairo’s work has been seen in the Jeremy Stutsman Working For Goshen campaign and at the River Bend Film Festival’s Bumper Contest - receiving an honorable mention for his short film “Indestructible Ideas.” He also creates music videos for bands and, beginning this July, his work will be featured nationwide at Lotus concerts, following the release of their newest album “Eat the Light.”

Artist's Reflection

Jairo’s sidewalk contribution illustrates the abstract expression of the cycle of water. It shows the journey that happens - from the time it disappears from the drain, to the moment it comes back out of the faucet. He enjoys the interpretation of abstract work because it allows the viewer to create their own story or idea of what could, should, or would be.

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