Entity Type: government

Goshen Department of Environmental Resilience

Mayor Jeremy Stutsman, when recommending the creation of the new department, said: “For many years, Goshen has been a leading community, not because we have all the answers but because we are bold and have the foresight to take the long view. We now need to find additional ways to better our physical environment and make our budgets even more efficient.”

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Goshen College Communications Department

Our top-notch program recognizes that written, visual and verbal communication skills are critical in our everyday lives – in our friendships, our families, our schools, our communities, our churches, and our jobs.

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Goshen College Department of Biological Sciences

At GC, the biological sciences are divided into three majors: biology, molecular biology/biochemistry and environmental science. All three are rigorous, experiential and founded in the belief that some of the best learning happens outside the classroom.

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Mayor’s Arts Council

The Mayor’s Arts Council is the collective voice for the arts, advancing the City of Goshen by delivering resources, developing innovative collaborations, fostering creativity in the community and recognizing the arts as an economic driver while improving quality of place.

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Goshen Parks and Recreation

The Goshen Parks & Recreation Department shall provide high-quality and effective recreation programs and special events, facilities and parks that benefit area residents and contribute to Goshen’s economy, environment, wellness and sense of community.

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Goshen Parks Forestry

Trees are a vital part of Goshen’s life and infrastructure. Trees provide everyone with some invaluable services- and they do these services more cheaply and efficiently than human designs.

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Goshen Water Department

Goshen is committed to provide you with all the information you may want to know about the quality of the water you drink. You can ask questions about water quality at the Goshen Board of Public Works and Safety meeting every Monday at 2 p.m. Meetings are conducted at 111 E. Jefferson St., Goshen, IN.

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Goshen Police Department

The Goshen Police Department was established in 1868 with the appointment of the first marshal, H.C. Hale. The first Chief of Police was Edgar J. Vesey hired in 1914. The police officers did not carry portable radios until the 1970s. The use of computers in the department began in the 1980s.

The department has 62 sworn, full-time officers, 5 sworn reserve officers, 6 civilians, and 3 part-time ordinance compliance officers.

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Goshen Redevelopment Commission

The Department plans, replans, develops and redevelops economic areas which will benefit public health, safety, morals and welfare while increasing the economic well-being of the City of Goshen and serve to protect and increase property values within the City.

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Goshen Street Department

Contact Information:
475 Steury Avenue
Goshen, IN 46528
Fax: 574-534-1568
Hours: 7:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday

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