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.

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.

The City of Mishawaka will have a ground-breaking ceremony for the Ironworks Plaza on Monday July 15th at 1pm at Beutter Park. The current phase of the project includes a Biergarten, restrooms, parking, and significant utility work to allow for future construction phases. Funding for the 6-million-dollar investment is coming from the City’s Consolidated Tax Increment Financing District along with $114,000 of Regional Cities funding that was previously approved by the South Bend-Elkhart Regional Development Authority.


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