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Summer sewer rates vs. winter rates

Thursday, September 12, 2019

The City’s annual summer sewer billing ends on September 15, 2019. This means that any water consumption after September 15 will not reflect the discounted sewer rate. A summer sewer discount is calculated based on the lower of the actual volume or the average monthly volume of sewage discharged... more


Tuesday, September 10, 2019

The Indiana Department of Environmental Management will hold a public hearing today Tuesday, September 10, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Goshen Public Library, to received additional public comments on the Revised Voluntary Remediation Work Plan for the former Johnson Controls facility site, located at 1302... more


Monday, September 9, 2019

The City Water and Sewer Department will be installing a water main at the intersection of Kercher Road and Lombardy Drive. The work will require excavation of the road, with a trench about 8 ft deep. Lombardy Drive will be closed to through traffic on Thursday, Sept. 12 starting at 7 a..m.,... more

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Water Quality Data

Water Quality Data 

Between 2008 and 2017 Elkhart County and the City of Goshen conducted research into the pollution levels of the waterways in and around Elkhart County. Water samples were taken from streams and canals which flow into the Elkhart River on a regular basis and analyzed for E. coli content, suspended sediment, and fertilizer runoff. Raw data is provided for each year along with graphs and reports when available. 

Please note the following data is incomplete and will be updated as soon as it can be. Thank you.

2008-2009 Data

2010 Data

2011 Data

2012 Data

2012 Graphs

2013 Data

2013 Graphs

2013 Report

2014 Data

2014 Graphs

2014 Report

2015 Data

2015 Report

2016 Goshen Data

2016 Goshen Graphs

2016 Elkhart Data

2016 Elkhart Graphs

2016 Elkhart Report