In order to comply with Governor Holcomb’s “Roadmap to Safely Reopen Indiana” plan, the following City of Mishawaka facilities remain closed until further notice: Battell Community Center, 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.

Mayor David Wood announced today that the Mishawaka Street Department will be picking up leaves for one week, starting Monday, April 20, 2020. This means that Mishawaka residents may begin raking leaves to their curbside for a Monday, April 20th pickup which will continue for a one-week period only, through Friday, April 24th.

In order to comply with the Governor Holcomb's Stay-At-Home Executive Order for the State of Indiana and the current directives from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), public access to City Buildings and Offices will be restricted as of 12:00pm noon on Tuesday, March 24, 2020. Departments located in City Hall will provide assistance by appointment only. MIshawaka Utilities Business Office has also ceased allowing public entrance for bill payment and customer service.

The State of the City Address scheduled for March 23, 2020 in the Battell Center Auditorium has been postponed due to COVID-19. The address will be rescheduled at a later time.


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