Public Notices

CITY OF GOSHEN COUNCIL MEMBER TESTS POSITIVE FOR COVID-19

On Thursday at 4:49 p.m. Goshen Mayor Jeremy Stutsman was notified that Councilman Jim McKee tested positive for COVID-19. As soon as the City was notified, the Mayor and staff began personally contacting every council and board member, as well as staff who would have recently attended public meetings with Councilman McKee and may have […]

A LETTER FROM ELKHART COUNTY ELECTED OFFICIALS

The following is a letter from Mayors and Commissioners of Elkhart County to the community. It was published March 26, 2020. Dear Community of Elkhart County, The last two weeks, since the World Health Organization declared the new coronavirus outbreak a pandemic, Elkhart County and the rest of the State of Indiana has had to […]

FURTHER MEASURES ADOPTED BY CITY TO ENCOURAGE SOCIAL DISTANCING

The City and utilities have adopted further measures to help mitigate the public’s exposure to COVID-19. Beginning March 23 and through the end of April, all City buildings will be closed to the public. All offices are conducting business and are available through phone and email during regular business hours. These measures will be reviewed […]

CITY COURT SUSPENDS ALL NON-ESSENTIAL HEARINGS UNTIL MAY 4

The following is a message from the Goshen City Court staff: Goshen City Court has suspended all non-essential hearings until May 4, 2020. Any essential hearings being held will be posted on the front door of the Police and Courts building. Do not bring anybody with you to court—they will not be allowed inside the […]

Mayor Stutsman signs executive order detailing access to City buildings, facilities

Mayor Jeremy Stutsman signed Executive Order 2020-02 Tuesday, March 17, which lists restrictions for City buildings and facilities in an attempt to reduce the risk of exposure of COVID-19 to the public and employees. According to the executive order, access to City of Goshen buildings and facilities is to be restricted through the end of […]

GOSHEN PARKS & RECREATION DEPT. ANNOUNCES OPERATIONAL CHANGES TO OFFICES, FACILITIES

The Goshen Parks & Recreation Department has made the following operational changes to their offices and facilities in an effort to protect the public and staff from the spread of COVID-19: The Parks & Recreation office at 524 E. Jackson St. will be open to the public from 8 a.m. to noon. The office will […]

GOSHEN POLICE ANNOUNCES PROCEDURAL MODIFICATIONS

The following is a message from the Goshen Police Department: In support of Governor Holcomb’s restrictions to reduce the spread of COVID-19, the Goshen City Police Department will be making minor changes to our response for non-emergency service calls. Our goal is to reduce the risk of spreading this virus by limiting any non-essential contact […]

GOSHEN UTILITY BUSINESS OFFICE TO CLOSE WALK-UP COUNTER

In taking reasonable steps to ensure public services are not interrupted, as well as protecting the health of City employees, effective March 19, 2020, the Goshen Utility Business Office, 203 S. 5th St., will be closing their walk-up counter to the public until further notice. During this time, their phone lines will be answered from […]

GOSHEN BUILDING DEPARTMENT COVID-19 PROCEDURES

Until further notice, all applications for Building permits must be made through the City of Goshen’s online portal. You can log into the website at https://cityportal.goshencity.com and register for a new account. The online tool is user friendly and will walk you through the steps to apply for permits. You can make payments through the […]

TRAFFIC COURT IN GOSHEN RESCHEDULED

GOSHEN CITY COURT is postponing Traffic Court scheduled for Wednesday, March 18, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. to Wednesday, April 15, 2020 at 4:00 p.m.  If you do NOT want to dispute or contest your traffic ticket, you do not have to wait to take care of it.  Please call the Goshen City Court Clerk’s office […]