College Avenue is closed between 15th Street west to the railroad tracks to allow City contractor Niblock to mill and repave the road. The closure will go through Aug. 12 and lane restrictions will continue through Aug. 23.
The railroad crossings at College Avenue (CR 36), east of Century Drive, and CR 31, south of College Avenue, are closed to allow Norfolk Southern to work on the tracks beginning Monday, Aug. 8. The closure will last for 1 to 3 days, according to Norfolk Southern.
Go to https://bit.ly/3zK2qtk for an interactive map showing the affected roads. Road milling begins Tuesday, Aug. 9, 2022 on the following roads: • Berkey Avenue between S Greene Road and Dewey Avenue • Carter Road • Fescue Court • Logan Street between Lincoln Avenue and the tracks • Sedgefield Way and Clover Trails Boulevard • […]
Affected area: West Wilden Avenue between Rock Run Creek and N 2nd Street On Tuesday, August 2, a water main break was reported along West Wilden Avenue. A Boil Water Advisory has been issued for when the water comes back on. It is recommended that all cooking and drinking water be brought to a complete […]
The City of Goshen received a $130,163.30 energy efficiency incentive payment from NIPSCO for recent upgrades to the City’s wastewater treatment plant (WWTP). The upgrades are part of a larger plant-wide improvements project to increase the treatment capacity and improve the efficiency of the WWTP. Highlighted energy efficiency upgrades include replacing two prior constant speed […]
The City of Goshen will begin work on the Wilden Avenue Reconstruction project. Beginning August 1, the west approach of Wilden Avenue from Main Street (SR 15) will be closed. This means drivers on Main Street will not be able to turn west onto Wilden Avenue. Similarly, drivers heading east on Wilden will not be […]
Beginning August 1, 2022, the City will enter into a new trash and recycling contract with Borden Waste Away. As part of the new rules, bags placed outside of the 96-gallon bin provided by Borden will not be picked up unless the bags are tagged. Bag tags are available for purchase for extra bags of […]
The City of Goshen Board of Public Works and Safety is soliciting sealed offers for the purchase of four (4) 2023 Hybrid Pursuit SUV(s) and the option to purchase up to four (4) additional Pursuit Hybrid SUV(s) at the same per unit price. The complete Invitation for Bids packet may be obtained from the Goshen […]
Construction work on the development of a 60-unit apartment complex on Indiana Avenue has started with a groundbreaking ceremony to mark the occasion. This new project will provide 60 new multi-family housing options for the Goshen area. The $12 million development will consist of market rate apartments and is expected to be completed by summer […]
After a 2 year break due to the pandemic, America’s Freedom Fest, is returning to the Goshen Municipal Airport, Saturday, July 9, 2022. Headlining this year’s event will be the United States Air Force (USAF) A-10 Demonstration Team. Air Combat Command announced at the 2021 International Council of Air Shows (ICAS) that America’s Freedom Fest […]