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BRUSH COLLECTION STARTS MAY 30

Friday, May 26, 2017

Brush collection will begin Tuesday, May 30, 2017.  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

Public Notice on Proposed Local Limits Modification for City of Goshen Wastewater Treatment Plant

Friday, May 26, 2017

The City of Goshen Wastewater Treatment Plant has submitted, and the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Region 5, 77 West Jackson Blvd., Chicago, IL 60604-3590, has reviewed the draft report entitled “Goshen Local Limits Re-evaluation” and concurs with the conclusion of the report which recommends... more

GOSHEN HIGH SCHOOL ELECTS JASON BARAHONA AS 2ND YOUTH ADVISER TO CITY COUNCIL

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Goshen High School elected its new youth adviser during an election held Tuesday, May 23. Jason Barahona, who is now finishing his junior year, will be the youth adviser for the 2017-2018 school year. State law allows mayors to appoint a person younger than 18 years of age to serve as an adviser... more

Upcoming Events All »

MEMORIAL DAY

Monday, May 29, 2017

City offices will be closed on this day.

Goshen Housing Authority Board meeting

Tuesday, May 30, 2017, 7:00am

Board of Public Works & Safety & Stormwater

Tuesday, May 30, 2017, 11:00am

Year of Goodness

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We have so many amazing people here in Goshen:

People like Terri Wentz who volunteers countless hours through several organizations, the Fidler and Finnegan families who continue to give back to our community, and churches and other nonprofits keep offering great resources. These are just a few examples of a very long list. I am proud to be mayor of a community that works so closely together.

In light of the negativity we continue to see coming from the national scene, I am proclaiming 2017 the “Year of Goodness” in Goshen. I will be working hard to recognize individuals, businesses and nonprofits for anything they do to better our community. This can be donating time or money or simply helping someone who needs it. I have challenged our local media sources to have a positive story on the front page or in the first few minutes of their broadcast every day.

To kick off the Year of Goodness, I will be giving each school in Goshen a check the students can use to create acts of kindness (no tax dollars are going to this program).

I want Goshen to be a place for prosperity, a place my children want to live when they are older, a place that is inclusive and safe, a place of cooperation and a place where we can respectfully disagree. I want Goshen to be a place we are all proud of and others are envious of.

I would like to encourage everyone to get involved. Whether you volunteer on a board, contact an elected official, thank a city employee or help out a neighbor, please get involved.

If you would like to support or participate in the Year of Goodness, please contact my office, 533.9332.

With deep respect,

– Jeremy Stutsman, Mayor of Goshen




During the Year of Goodness, (March 2017–March 2018) Mayor Jeremy Stutsman will recognize the individuals, businesses and nonprofits that work for our community. The mayor has also raised funds through private donors to give each school in Goshen a check so students can create their own acts of kindness. Want to help this cause? Click here to learn more about donating for encouraging acts of kindness in Goshen schools.




Participating in the Year of Goodness is easy! You can do one or more of the following:




Click the button above to download our Year of Goodness logos for your use when sharing news of your participation!




If you wish to participate and have further questions, contact the mayor at 533.9322 or mayor@goshencity.com.