Goshen closes city buildings to the public due to COVID-19

The City of Goshen has closed all city buildings to the public to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

From March 23 until April 30, the city will close all city buildings to members of the public. All city offices will continue to conduct business by phone and email during regular business hours. You can call the switchboard at 533.8621 or visit the city's website for contact details.

All city playgrounds are also closed.

The City will continue having meetings for the following groups: City Council, Board of Works, Planning & Zoning Commission, Board of Zoning Appeals, Parks & Recreation Board, and Redevelopment Commission.

The Parks Board, which is usually held at Rieth Interpretive Center, 410 W. Plymouth Ave., will be moved to the Council Chambers, 111 E. Jefferson St. in April. The date and time of the meeting will remain the same.

To view a schedule of all City meetings, go to goshenindiana.org/calendar

Meetings also will be streamed on Zoom for the public to view. Links to the videos will be shared on the City website and Facebook accounts for viewers to access.

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