Friday, February 22, 2019
The following is a statement from Mayor Jeremy Stutsman: In the early morning hours of December 14, 2018 two off-duty Goshen Police officers were involved in a traffic stop. This stop resulted in one officer being arrested for OWI, Operating While Intoxicated, and started an investigation into possible... more
Thursday, February 21, 2019
The new office will be located at 524 E. Jackson St. across from the Water Tower Park along S. Ninth Street. The Goshen Parks & Recreation Department offices will now be located at 524 E. Jackson St., across from the Water Tower Park as of Monday, February 25. Parking is available across... more
Tuesday, February 19, 2019
The Goshen Economic Development Commission ("Commission") will hold a public hearing at 2:30 p.m. on March 12, 2019, in the City Court Room/ Council Chambers at the Goshen Police & Court Building, 111 East Jefferson Street, Goshen, Indiana, regarding the issuance and funding of its Taxable Economic... more
Nancy Everett - President
Deb Day - Secretary
Marty Juel, Treasurer
To consider and deal with those matters involving or affecting the desirability of Pickwick Village as a place to reside and to secure cooperative action in advancing the common purposes of the members of the Association.
Pickwick Village is a subdivision located close to the intersection of Wilden Avenue and County Road 28 within the city limits of Goshen, Indiana. It was developed, beginning in 1985, by Charles Daub, a local developer. The subdivision consists of 77 single family home sites, 17 condominiums and one commercial building.
There are vacant lots remaining in Pickwick Village on which homes can be built. The developer for these lots is Team Construction, Chris Erb, (574) 533-3100.
The Pickwick Village Association annual meeting was held October 30, 2011 with 27 people in attendance. Aaron Kingsley, forester for the City of Goshen, gave a presentation on the City's tree maintenance and replacement program. In 2012, PVA will begin a program of planting trees on its properties with assistance from the City program.
The bike path is completed from Pickwick Village all the way into the cities of Goshen and Elkhart.
The landscaping at the front entrance to Pickwick Village was redone as a part of the bike path construction process. The neighborhood is pleased with the bike path and the new landscaping. Neighbors feel it has greatly enhanced living in the neighborhood.
Important things to know: