Michigan City Common Council. Educator; environment & water. Michigan City, Indiana
Thanks to Mary Nell Murphy and the Potawatomi Audubon Society group, Michigan City is an official Bird Town Indiana . From left to right, Mary Nell Murphy and Laura Henderson,- Potawatomi Audubon and MICHIGAN CITY TREE BOARD MEMBERS, Brad Bumgardner- Executive Director Indiana Audubon, Cookie Ferguson- Dunes National Park Ranger.
Project Partners: Indiana Audubon Society, Indiana Dunes National Park, Michigan City Park Department, Michigan City Public Art Committee, NIPSCO, The Bike Stop Cycling Club.
The deck will be located on the west end of the Singing Sands Trail in Michigan City, overlooking a National Park wetland. The wildlife observation deck will serve as a resting place for trail users, an outdoor classroom for area schools, a stop on the annual Indiana Dunes Birding Festival, an attraction for the Indiana Dunes National Park, and an addition to Michigan City’s Sculptfusion, a self-guided art tour. The deck will be ADA accessible and feature an artistic, nature themed corten steel railing system, shaded and unshaded viewing areas, seating, interpretive signage, a nature themed art sculpture, and bike racks.
The MCFM is located at the southeast corner of 8th Street and Washington Street in the heart of Michigan City's Uptown Arts District. The MCFM is open every Saturday from May 7, 2022 to October 29, 2022. The hours of operation are from 8:00am CST to 12:00pm CST. If you are interested in becoming a vendor, please contact Chantelle Bagley, Market Manager. firstname.lastname@example.org. Michigan City Farmers Market MORE INFO
The Citizen Request Ticket allows residents to report on the following:
Animal Control: Animal at large, Barking dog, Suspected abused or neglected animal
Cemeteries: Damage to a gravesite
Central Services: Missing or damaged traffic sign or street sign, Overgrown Vegetation, Pothole, Unhealthy or unsafe tree, Unlit Street Lamp
Planning & Inspection: Abandon vehicle, Abandoned Property, Suspected building code violation
Sanitary District: Appliances or indoor furniture in a yard , Suspected illegal dumping, Uncollected trash, garbage, litter, or debris
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Registering STR properties will help us contact owners and make sure STR properties are good neighbors
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New this year: Apply for water assistance when you apply for your energy assistance. If you pay your water/wastewater bill, check “water” on your EAP application and include your water bill to be considered for water assistance. Please click here or see more details below about IHCDA's Water Program.
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The Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority will accept applications from renters in all 92 counties for the Indiana Supreme Court’s Eviction Diversion Program, which is an additional tool to promote housing stability across the state. To qualify, the renter must have a pending eviction filed against them where they are named as the defendant and have not applied to or been assisted with any Emergency Rental Assistance program available in the state. If both parties elect to participate in this voluntary program, the pending eviction action will be stayed for up to 90 days while the parties pursue assistance or an alternate resolution.
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SOUTH SHORE CLOSES 11th STREET STATION
South Shore announced that the 11th Street Station and parking lots will not re-open until the construction is completed in 2024.
For more double-track construction updates, go to link below.
Income-eligible payment assistance programs
You may qualify for federal, state or local income-eligible payment assistance programs to help you pay your bill.
NIPSCO offers payment arrangements to help you if you are having trouble paying your
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Covid-19 Rental Assistance Program is expected to start phase II shortly. Check the website for more information. www.IndianaHousingNow.org
Additional resources, and answers to frequently asked questions, can be found in the Coronavirus Eviction and Foreclosure Prevention Guide.
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LaPorte County Comprehensive Mental Health Services
Swanson Center’s offices can be reached at 219-879-4621 or 219-362-2145.
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Do you know what kind of trees are growing near your house? Why trees are beneficial? How can you help a local tree- adopt it! Check out our Michigan City Forester’s website!