The Elkhart County Health Department, local city and county officials, press, and the public at large have long waited to receive the Center for Disease Controls (CDC) final report providing the CDC’s community assessment of COVID-19 in Elkhart County.
This document is intended to serve the public as a guide to the best practices they can take, or look for others to take, in the prevention of the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus and the disease it causes, Covid-19. (Estas pautas también están disponibles en español.)
The Elkhart County Technical Review Committee (the “TRC”) will conduct a public meeting on Friday, October 16, 2020 at 2:30 PM Eastern Daylight Saving Time
An important reminder from the Clerk's Office about important upcoming voter deadlines.
Although things have been hampered by the ongoing pandemic, the Elkhart County Highway Department has continued to work hard to ensure motorists in Elkhart County can travel safely on their roads. This is a look at one of the projects in progress by our Highway Department.
Wear a Mask! We have seen increasing evidence that wearing masks protects others from contracting COVID-19. The CDC recently released a study noting two hairdressers who tested positive for the coronavirus did not infect any of their 139 clients.