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CITY TAKES OWNERSHIP OF MAIN STREET

Friday, April 19, 2019

The west side of the 200 block of South Main Street. The City of Goshen took ownership of Madison Street and Main Street, between Madison and Pike streets on Friday, April 19, as the designation of US 33 moved to the new overpass. Changes will not be immediately noticeable, but plans to modify Main... more

BEAUTIFY GOSHEN WEEK 2019

Thursday, April 18, 2019

The Street Department is located at 475 Steury Avenue In conjunction with the Goshen Chamber of Commerce’s Beautify Goshen Week, the Goshen Street Department will be making additional disposal services available to assist city residents in their “Beautify Goshen” tasks. This free service is offered... more

ROAD IMPROVEMENTS: S. THIRD STREET

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Walsh & Kelly is scheduled to install permanent striping inside the westbound lane of Third Street between Main Street and Jefferson Street the week of April 15. This work is being done in advance of transferring Third Street to the Indiana Department of Transportation. more

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RESCHEDULED: Board of Aviation meeting

Monday, April 22, 2019, 2:00pm

Board of Public Works & Safety & Stormwater

Monday, April 22, 2019, 2:00pm

Shade Tree Board meeting

Monday, April 22, 2019, 7:00pm

Flood Recovery Fund

Mayor Jeremy Stutsman is creating a flood recovery donation line with the purpose of financially aiding residential property owners with damage repair costs. The decision to create the line came after several community members expressed their wish to donate money to help flood victims, and receiving knowledge that many homeowners affected by the floods did not have flood insurance, or companies are denying their claims.

Mayor Stutsman is appointing a Goshen Flood Recovery Fund Committee to help administer the funds. The Committee will be composed of five voting members who are not City employees or officials, and two non-voting City members who will be appointed for financial oversight.

While guidelines are still being created, anyone interested in donating can do so by making a check to the City of Goshen 2018 Flood Recovery Fund. These can be mailed or dropped off at Goshen City Hall or any Interra Credit Union branch. 

Of the money donated, 100 percent of the funds will be sent directly to the Flood Recovery Fund, with the exception of 3 percent for online donations. The City will cover all administrative costs. More will be posted on the City website, www.goshenindiana.org. 

Click on either of the donate buttons to make a donation.