Fallen Officers Blood Drive June 20th

The Mishawaka Police Department is proud to partner with The South Bend Medical Foundation in hosting the 12th annual Indiana Fallen Officer Blood Drive. Please join us in honoring our fellow officers by donating blood on Thursday, June 20th from 10:00am-4:00pm.

INDOT To Close Capital Avenue (SR 331) Bridge for Beam Installation

INDOT has advised the City of Mishawaka that the State Project for Capital Avenue (SR 331 bridge) will have a planned closure beginning on Monday, June 17th. Any questions can be directed to the INDOT Costumer Service telephone number at (855) 463-6848 or www.indot4u.com.

Indiana Department of Transportation Press Release

The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announces that State Road 331 (Capital Avenue) Bridge over the St. Joseph River will close Monday, June 17 while crews set new beams on the northbound side of the bridge. The road will reopen to traffic one lane in each direction over the southbound side of the bridge once all the new beams are set, which is expected to happen by end of the day Thursday, June 20.

Mishawaka Police Applicant Information Night

The Mishawaka Police Department will hold an Applicant Information Night on Tuesday, June 18, 2019 starting at 6:00pm at the Mishawaka Police Department located at 200 N. Church St. in Mishawaka. The event is open to anyone interested in applying to the Mishawaka Police Department, current and past applicants as well as those who have interest in becoming an officer but may not be sure it is for them and want more information.

Central Park Performance Venue Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Mayor Dave Wood announced plans today for a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of the new Performing Venue at Central Park. The $800,000 stage project was created to provide additional programming space along the City’s popular Riverwalk and increasingly vibrant downtown. Funding for the project came from the City’s Consolidated Tax Increment Financing District.

The ribbon cutting ceremony will be held, weather permitting, on Thursday June 6th at 6:15pm and will include Mayor Dave Wood and other City Officials and team members who played a part in the project. Following the ceremony, the local band Zero will perform at 6:30pm as part of the Summer Concert Series in Central Park.


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