Public Notices

TRAFFIC CONTROL: 9TH STREET

It took somewhat longer to complete work on the west side of Ninth Street between Jackson and College, but that work has wrapped up this week! On Monday, June 10, 2019, traffic will be switched from northbound only to southbound only for about one month until they move to the next phase of construction. For more information, including […]

GOING SOLAR WORKSHOP

Solarize Northern Indiana, a regional volunteer-powered initiative that helps local residents and businesses go solar, is officially kicking off the 2019 Solarize initiative with an information session at the Goshen Public Library. This is the first event in the region. Attend and learn how to go solar on your home or business in 2019 and […]

REQUEST FOR ASSISTANCE

Due to Saturday evening’s hail storm, a large amount of leaves, trash, and other debris caused storm drains to become blocked leading to the ponding of water/flooding on numerous roadways throughout the City.  City staff worked into the early morning on Sunday to remove as much debris as possible from the affected drains to ensure that ponding water was […]

GOSHEN STORM DRAIN ART PROJECT UNDERWAY

Public invited to unveiling event at June First Fridays Residents and visitors will be able to see the new Storm Drain Art Project throughout the City now that the project is underway. An unveiling event, to which the public is cordially invited, will take place at 6:30 p.m. June 7 at the courthouse during First […]

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT ENCAMPMENT REMOVAL

As the deadline for the removal of campsites nears, below is additional information about the City of Goshen’s efforts in working with local nonprofits to offer help to those in need of shelter. A policy establishing a procedure for the removal of homeless encampments in Goshen was announced early May with the original removal deadline […]

Oak threat in Indiana expands statewide

The following article is from the Indiana Department of Natural Resources (DNR). The Indiana Department of Natural Resources (DNR) confirmed more than 70 Walmart stores and 18 Rural King stores in the state have received rhododendron plants infected with sudden oak death (SOD), a fungal pathogen that kills oak trees. Shipments containing infested material were […]

UPDATE ON MAY 22 BOIL ORDER

The Boil Water Advisory issued on May 22, 2019 has been cancelled for the service area of On West Oakridge from North 2nd to curve.  The samples have been taken; test results are satisfactory, it is no longer necessary to boil your water. Thank you for your patience and for water conservation measures you followed.  […]

GOSHEN TAKES STOCK OF GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS AS PART OF IU INAUGURAL RESILIENCE COHORT

The City of Goshen will spend the summer collecting information about community-wide and local government operations greenhouse gas emissions as one of thirteen communities selected to be a part of Indiana University’s first Resilience Cohort. Findings from the community-wide greenhouse gas inventory will be used to help residents and local officials understand Goshen’s current emissions […]

REMINDER: MEMORIAL DAY

All City of Goshen offices will be closed Monday, May 27, 2019, due to the Memorial Day holiday. Garbage pickup will be delayed by one day the week of May 27. Trash will be collected starting on Tuesday, May 28. Due to the holiday, the Goshen Board of Works Meeting has been rescheduled to Tuesday, […]

UPDATE TO PARADE ROUTE

Because 5th Street, north of Jefferson Street, will not be paved before the Memorial Day Parade on Monday, the street closure that was approved by the Board or Works for the parade needs to be altered, because the area north of Jefferson Street has a 2” milled lip at Jefferson Street, and there are various […]