On Tuesday January 11, 2011, the City of Mishawaka kicked-off its Let’s Move Mishawaka Program for 4th, 5th and 6th grade students in School City of Mishawaka elementary schools stressing the importance of a good combination of a healthy lifestyle, diet and exercise.
Posted January 11, 2011
According to City Ordinance, snow on sidewalks must be shoveled 24-hours after each snowfall. Snow accumulation on sidewalks is a specific hazard to children and the elderly. This Ordinance is enforced by the Code Enforcement Department of the City of Mishawaka.
Posted January 8, 2011 - 1:04pm
Due to the weather conditions and heavy snow that City of Mishawaka received last night and this morning Mayor David Wood has asked motorists to stay off of City streets during the winter snow event. This snow event has dumped up to 15+ inches of heavy snow in Mishawaka with additional accumulations expected on Saturday.
Mayor Wood reminds residents of the following:
• As of noon Saturday, in response to the storm, all City snow removal personnel and equipment have been deployed, are working 24 hours shifts and are concentrating their snow removal operations on Main Roads.
Posted January 5, 2011
Still haven't ditched your Christmas tree? Those holiday memories will last forever, but your tree won't. When you decide you're ready to let go, the City of Mishawaka makes it easy for you. Through the end of January, Christmas trees may be put out at your curbside on any day (does not need to be trash day), and The City will pick it up. All decorations and the tree stand must be removed. Weather permitting, your tree should magically disappear within a week.