help Find People, Events, Businesses


click here

Elkhart Community Profile

Contains important data on location, population estimates, labor, education, transportation, community services, utilities/communications, housing & income, climate, government, taxes, and economy & industry.

Elkhart Community Information

Contains important city/county phone numbers (area code 574) for police/fire, general information, hospitals, post offices, shipping, utilities, libraries, assistance agencies, senior citizen programs, museums, media: newspapers, television and radio, parks & recreation, area colleges/universities, other educational institutions, government, state government, economic development, and transportation: air service, bus/taxi and rail.

Government Officials

Contact information for U.S. Government, State Government, Indiana State Senate for Elkhart County, Indiana State House of Representatives for Elkhart County, Elkhart County Courthouse, Elkhart City Commisioners, Elkhart County Council, Elkhart/City Hall, Elkhart Common Council, Goshen/City Hall, Nappanee/City Hall, Bristol/Town Hall, Middlebury/Town Hall, Millersburg/Town Hall and Wakarusa/Town Hall.


Contact information for Public Schools in Baugo, Concord, Elkhart, Fairfield, Goshen, Middlebury, and Wa-Nee. Also contains a listing of Private Schools and Alternative Schools.

Recycling Centers

View a listing of recycling centers in Bristol, Elkhart, Goshen, Middlebury, Nappanee, New Paris and Wakarusa. Also contains contact information for hazardous & toxic waste management.

click here

Join the Greater
Elkhart Chamber
Pay Online
Share this page

Latest News

02/12/2018 - Regional Economic Development Plan

Last week, in Mishawaka, Pete McCown, President of the Community Foundation of Elkhart County, gave an update on the South Bend-Elkhart Regional Development Authority.

02/05/2018 - What’s Next 2018?

There is a five step process to taking meaningful action when it comes to the work of your Elkhart Chamber.

01/29/2018 - What do you have to offer?

Recently I was having a conversation with 25 college students.

View all news items

Recent Articles

View All Articles