Join us Thursday, March 17 at 6 p.m. in the Goshen Theater, to learn about the proposed Flood Resilience Plan, which was drafted by City Staff with assistance from consultant Christopher Burke.

Following the presentation and Q&A session, there will be time for asking questions directly to City staff from the Stormwater Office, Department of Environmental Resilience, Engineering, Planning and Zoning, and the Fire Department.

To participate virtually (presentation and Q&A session only), go to https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89188363780

Marking four years since Goshen experienced its largest flood event in recorded history, City staff has finalized a draft plan to better understand the challenges and possible solutions to flooding impacts.

A draft of the City of Goshen’s Flood Resilience Plan is available for public review. The plan can be found online at www.goshenindiana.org/flood-zone. Printed drafts can be found at the Goshen Public Library, City Hall and the Utilities Business Office. The City also is collecting feedback. Residents can go to bit.ly/goshenfloodsurvey to give their input.