Mayor Neese's 2019 State of the City address will begin in just over one hour. If you are not able to join us, the address will be livestreamed on the The Lerner Theatre Facebook page. bit.ly/2HGVt32 ... See moreSee less

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Tornado drill! 🌪🌪🌪

The City of Elkhart will sound its tornado warning sirens tomorrow – March 19 – at 10:15 AM. This is only a test, but residents are encouraged to practice a shelter-in-place drill as if it were a real emergency.

This test will be conducted in cooperation with the National Weather Service, the Indiana State Police, the Indiana Department of Homeland Security, the Indiana Department of Education, the Indiana Broadcasters Association, the American Red Cross, and Amateur Radio Operators.
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The revitalization of the Elkhart River District will continue in 2019 with additional streetscape work along Jackson Boulevard.

To accommodate these improvements, Jackson Boulevard, from Elkhart Avenue to Johnson Street is scheduled to be closed beginning Monday, March 18. This section is anticipated to reopen July 1.

Motorists will be detoured around the closure via Johnson Street, Elkhart Avenue, and Junior Achievement Drive. Businesses in the area will remain open, and additional detour signs will be posted to help patrons access these establishments. tinyurl.com/yxn7l37k
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🏀 Elkhart's busy event season will kick-off in May with the return of the Gus Macker 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament. Register today! tinyurl.com/y3u54u36 ... See moreSee less

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