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LETTER TO BUSINESS COMMUNITY OF ELKHART COUNTY

Monday, June 1, 2020

The following is a letter signed by Elkhart County Mayors Jeremy Stutsman, Rod Roberson and Phil Jenkins, Commissioners Frank Lucchese, Suzie Weirick and Mike Yoder, as well as Elkhart County’s chambers of commerce and Economic Development Corporation Presidents Nick Kieffer, Levon Johnson, Jeff... more

FREE MASKS TO BE HANDED OUT

Friday, May 29, 2020

The City of Goshen has acquired 2,500 sewn masks to distribute to the public, thanks to a generous donation from Sew Loved, Inc. On Monday, June 1, from 2 to 6 p.m., the City will set up a tent outside City Hall at 202 S. 5th Street (corner of S. 5th and E. Washington streets), that residents... more

CHANGE TO PARKS DEPARTMENT REOPENING PLAN

Friday, May 22, 2020

Per Governor Holcomb, Indiana will be entering into Stage 3 of the reopening plan this weekend. We had previously shared our Parks & Recreation Reopening Guide but are making one significant modification based upon the Governor's most recent order as shown below. Playgrounds will NOT be opening... more

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City Council meeting

Today, 5:30pm

To access the live stream of this meeting, go to https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86229548985

Cemetery Board

Thursday, June 4, 2020, 2:00pm

First Fridays

Friday, June 5, 2020

Clerk-Treasurer's office

L to R: Cindy Fee, Erin Fowler, Cheryl Stoner, Rhonda Peacock, Adam Scharf


Adam Scharf, Clerk-Treasurer

City Hall
202 S 5th St. Suite 2
Goshen, IN 46528-3714
574-533-8625
Fax: 574-533-9740
clerktreasurer@goshencity.com

 

 

 


The Clerk-Treasurer, a four-year elected official, serves as the fiscal and public records officer of the City of Goshen. Adam Scharf was elected the City's Clerk-Treasurer Nov. 5, 2019. He took office Jan. 1, 2020.

The office of the Clerk-Treasurer processes the receipts and expenditures of all City money; manages all City financial accounts; makes all investments on behalf of the City; prepares the budget estimates of revenue, financial statements and the proposed tax rates.

As the clerk of the City Council and Board of Public Works, the Clerk-Treasurer is also responsible for managing agendas, recording proceedings and maintaining records and documents. The Clerk-Treasurer's office maintains copies of ordinances and resolutions, along with records for city-owned cemeteries.

The office is responsible for payments that are due to the City but are billed through other departments such as: airport hanger billings, cemetery payments, curb and gutter, sidewalk, tree payments and street cut permit payments.

The Clerk-Treasurer's office accepts debit/credit cards in-office, over the phone, or online at paygov.us. There is a fee of $1 for charges up to $33, or 3% above $33.