City offices will be closed Monday,  Nov. 11 in celebration of the
Veterans Day 
holiday. Regular hours will resume Tuesday, Nov. 12th.

Due to the Veterans Day holiday, the leaf pickup schedule will be
adjusted to cover all areas in 4 days rather than 5. Please have
leaves at the curb two days prior to your normal pickup day.

Veterans Plaza Ribbon Cutting and Flag Raising

The City of Mishawaka will hold a flag raising and ribbon cutting ceremony on Veterans Day, Monday, November 11th at 3:30pm for the newly constructed Veterans Plaza located in Battell Park. A time capsule, found in the base of the Soldiers and Sailors Civil War Monument during removal, will be opened immediately following the ribbon cutting. Mayor Wood has invited Mishawaka Historian Laureate, Peter DeKever, to take part in the opening of the time capsule.

HPC Honors POW Capt. Richard Brenneman

The community and news media are invited to the official unveiling of the Historic Preservation Commission's latest historical marker to be located at 1801 E Third St. in Mishawaka. The ceremony will occur on Monday, November 11, 2019 at 1pm, coinciding with Veterans Day.

Mayor's Youth Advisory Council Food Drive

The Mayor’s Youth Advisory Council has begun their largest community service project by decorating and distributing food collection boxes to many City of Mishawaka Departments. This will be the 9th year for the Thanksgiving Food Drive and the goal this year is to provide 85 Thanksgiving Dinners to Mishawaka families in need.

Stay Informed!



Honoring Those
Serving Our Country
Past and Present