In order to comply with Governor Holcomb’s “Stay-At-Home” order, the following City of Mishawaka facilities are closed from March 25, 2020 until April 7, 2020: Mishawaka Utilities, Battell Community Center, Eberhart Golf Course, all public restrooms, and all park playgrounds. Mishawaka Parks and the Mishawaka Riverwalk will remain open, and several Porta-Potties will be located along the Riverwalk for the convenience of those using the Riverwalk. Those using the Porta-Potties do so at their own risk.

updated 12/09/19 - 9:30am

Cured in Place Pipe (CIPP) Sewer Rehabilitation work will be taking place in various locations throughout the City beginning on Monday, August 12, 2019. A complete list of locations for this year's project can be found here. Updates will be posted as dates and times of specific locations are finalized.

Tuesday December 3, 2019, also known as "Giving Tuesday", is the date for the annual Salvation Army Red Kettle Ring-Off Challenge between the City of Mishawaka and the City of South Bend for the Red Kettle Trophy. Mishawaka Mayor Dave Wood, City Clerk Deb Block, Police Chief Ken Witkowski, and Mishawaka Schools Superintendent Wayne Barker, along with City of Mishawaka employees and School City of Mishawaka employees will be ringing the bell throughout the day. Donations for this event will be accepted from 9:00am-6:30pm at the Indian Ridge Walmart in Mishawaka. Donations for the competition can also be dropped off tomorrow at the Mayor’s Office in City Hall from 8:30am to 4:45pm.

UPDATED -- On Veteran’s Day, Mishawaka's Historic Preservation Commission held an unveiling of the Captain Richard C Brenneman Historic Marker at 1801 E. Third Street. Placement of the marker was to recognize Captain Brenneman’s 5+ years spent in a POW camp during the Vietnam War. Mr. Brenneman, who retired from the Air Force in 1993, was onhand for the celebration.


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