Thursday, December 3, 2020
Governing Body: Goshen Common CouncilDate and Time of Meeting: Monday, December 7, 2020, 6:00 p.m.Place of Meeting: Virtual Webinar via Zoom Softwarehttps://us02web.zoom.us/j/87149766078Or Telephone:+1 301 715 8592 or+1 312 626 6799Webinar ID: 871 4976 6078 Pursuant to the provisions of the Open... more
Wednesday, December 2, 2020
The Goshen Street Department will make one last round of leaf collecting beginning Monday, December 7. Residents who miss this round can still take their leaves to the Environmental Center. Located at 20100 CR 19, the center accepts brush and leaves, loose or in bags, at no charge to Goshen... more
Wednesday, December 2, 2020
Starting Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 2, construction crews will shift the lane closure in East Goshen. Traffic will still be only one-way, going westbound, but vehicles will be directed into the eastbound lane. This is to allow paving to be completed on the road cuts in East Goshen. The intersections... more
Friday, December 4, 2020
Monday, December 7, 2020, 2:00pm
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Monday, December 7, 2020, 6:00pm
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Communities and urbanized areas with populations greater than 10,000 persons have been designated as MS4 communities. Designated communities are required to develop stormwater programs to address the six (6) minimum controls identified in Rule 13. The Indiana Department of Environmental Management’s guidance for MS4 communities can be found by clicking here.
For new developments or projects that include redevelopment, the Indiana Stormwater Quality Manual is a key guidance document detailing best practices for erosion control. These practices are accepted by the State of Indiana and the City of Goshen. A link to this guidance document can be found by clicking here.
A building project has continued into the colder months (November to March) and some of the following items may not have been completed: vegetation and other landscaping has not yet been established; the required street trees have not been planted; and the driveway, parking lot, and/or sidewalks have not been installed. If this is the case the property owner will need to enter into an Occupancy Permit Agreement with the City of Goshen as stated in the Goshen Board of Works and Safety and Stormwater Resolution 2011-G. For more information, please read this guidance document.
To evaluate the stormwater impacts from development, the science of hydrology and hydraulics is involved. For those submitting drainage plans to the City of Goshen, the practices established in the Stormwater Drainage Manual published by the Purdue Research Foundation, West Lafayette, Indiana 47906, copyright 2008 should be used. A link to this guidance document can be found by clicking here.
Disturbance of 1-acre or more of non-agricultural land requires the property owner to develop a SWPPP and permit the land-disturbing activities. Guidance and forms associated with Elkhart County Soil and Water Conservation District’s (SWCD) plan review process can be found on the Elkhart County Stormwater Partnership’s website or by clicking here.