Public Notices

City of Goshen introduces golf cart and off-road vehicle ordinance at City Council meeting

The City of Goshen introduced a new ordinance, Ordinance 5184, during the City Council meeting on Monday, May 13, to address golf carts and off-road vehicles on city roads. The ordinance was tabled at the council meeting to allow the creation of a task force to further develop the ordinance before being reconsidered at later […]

Expect Closures at Crossings

Norfolk Southern has begun rail replacement ahead of schedule in Goshen. Closures will continue working West to East and North to South. Norfolk-Southern’s crews anticipate re-opening each crossing the same day it is closed. See the table below for an estimated schedule of closures for this week. Railroad Crossing Currently Closed  Railroad Crossing Closed as […]

City Offices closed for Indiana Primary Election

All Goshen City offices will be closed on Tuesday, May 7, for the Indiana Primary Election. The city holiday will NOT affect trash collection.

Plymouth Avenue and 10th Street closure begins May 6

The intersection of Plymouth Avenue and 10th Street will be closed starting Monday, May 6, and continue until Friday, May 10th. Niblock Excavating will be reconstructing sanitary structures in the intersection of Plymouth Avenue and 10th Street during this time as part of the 10th Street Reconstruction project. For more information on the details of […]

BOIL ORDER: College Avenue and Westwood Road

This boil order has been canceled. On Monday, April 22, a boil order was issued for the area south of College Avenue to Westwood Road. This area includes Goshen Hospital, part of the Historic Racemere Peninsula Neighborhood, and Goshen College west of 9th Street. A map of the affected area can be found below. It […]

City of Goshen to participate in May First Friday Green Day Celebration

The City of Goshen Environmental Resilience Department is partnering with Downtown Goshen to host May’s First Friday Green Day Celebration on Friday, May 3. The event, centered on the courthouse lawn, will feature activities and educational tables from city departments, partners, and local businesses. “We’re excited to once again be partnering with Downtown Goshen Inc. […]

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to Conduct Community Interviews 

The City of Goshen strives to take the best care for residents and to ensure our drinking water meets all U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) safety requirements.  As part of this process, the EPA will conduct community interviews in Goshen from Tuesday, April 23, through Thursday, April 25, […]

2024 Spring brush pick-up begins April 22

The City of Goshen Street Department will begin the Spring brush pick-up on Monday, April 22, and will run until Friday, May 3, 2024. Please have any yard brush and leaves out before the start date to ensure pick-up. Leaf and brush piles placed in alleyways will not be picked up. Because of the large […]

Beautify Goshen Week 2024

In conjunction with the Goshen Chamber of Commerce’s “Beautify Goshen” Week, the Goshen Street Department will offer additional disposal services from Saturday, April 27, to Saturday, May 4, to assist city residents in their “Beautify Goshen” tasks. This free service is only available during this eight-day period, and there is no limit to the quantity […]

Lane closure on Main St. and College Ave.

As part of the Goshen College Westlawn Renovation project, the designated right-hand turn lane on Main Street at College Avenue will be closed starting this Tuesday, April 9th. Vehicles continuing north and those turning east onto College Avenue will both use the same lane. The lane restriction is expected to last approximately two months. Please […]