To all Elkhart County Residents: Elkhart County Public Health Orders 05-2020 Face Coverings and 06-2020 Mitigation Directives are now in effect. Click the links here or read below for more details. If you have a concern about a particular business not following the Public Health Order guidelines, click here.
With over 650 lakes in the area surrounding our county, water sports, fishing and boating are prime activities during warm weather months. During the winter, sports like downhill skiing, snowmobiling, and ice-fishing take over. We’re encompassed by vintners and wineries, world-renowned museums, & the unique cultural offerings of the local Amish population.
An online submission form for concerns regarding COVID-19 precautions at Elkhart County businesses, restaurants, nightclubs, and bars is now available for submission. This form can also be used for concerns at an event or gathering that does not follow COVID-19 precautions.
Please take notice that the Elkhart County Commissioners will be conducting its regular meeting on Monday, November 23, 2020, at 9:00 a.m. and the Elkhart County Stormwater Board will be having its meeting Monday, November 23, 2020, directly after the Commissioners meeting
The outbreak of a new coronavirus continues to cause the disease called COVID-19. COVID-19 is having a direct impact on the health and safety of Elkhart County residents. Elkhart County is continuing its efforts to reduce its COVID-19 positivity rate and prevent an increased resurgence and spread of COVID-19. (Se incluye una versión en español.)
The outbreak of a new coronavirus continues to cause the disease called COVID-19. COVID-19 is having a direct impact on the health and safety of Elkhart County residents. Elkhart County is experiencing record numbers of confirmed positive cases of COVID-19. (Se incluye una versión en español.)