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Posted on: March 17, 2020

City of Warsaw Restrictions in Effect

Exterior of City Hall

**UPDATE for March 24 - April 6**  As a result of Governor Holcomb’s Stay at Home Executive Order, City of Warsaw offices will still operating to address essential needs in our community.  During this time, minimal staff will be reporting to offices and work hours may vary or be limited in each department.  Please be assured that we will assist you with any essential and critical business as quickly as we can.  We appreciate your patience during this time. 


The following restrictions for the City of Warsaw are effective from March 18, 2020, through April 29, 2020.  At that time, City officials will re-evaluate circumstances based upon recommendations from public health officials.

  • ALL City of Warsaw buildings will be closed to the public.
  • Wastewater/sewer bills can be mailed, paid online. or put in the drop box located near the Buffalo Street entrance to City Hall, 102 South Buffalo Street.
  • Warsaw Police Department’s public window will be closed, but non-emergency requests for reports and other services can be made using the intercom in the vestibule.            
  • ALL Parks & Recreation activities and programs are cancelled for the next eight (8) weeks.  This also includes the Rockin’ for Riley Rock Concert, Blues & BBQ Festival, and Country Concert for St. Jude events scheduled for 2020.  Announcements for the 2020 Central Park Concert Series held in Central Park Plaza will be made closer to each concert date.
  • All space reservations and rentals at all City of Warsaw facilities, including Parks & Recreation, are cancelled.
  • Building permits can be applied for online at
  • City of Warsaw employees will observe good hygiene and social isolation as they continue to conduct city business.
  • Essential in-person meetings will take place only if a virtual or phone meeting is not possible.  Essential meetings will be conducted with less than 10 individuals, if meeting in person is necessary.
  • Non-essential meetings may be conducted by phone or virtual methods only.
  • City of Warsaw employees are banned from non-essential travel.
  • All City of Warsaw departments will develop COVID-19 emergency/procedures for the provision of services to the community.
  • Emergency Human Resource policies are being developed as federal and state rules change to accommodate our local needs.
  • Public meetings will only be held for time sensitive or essential agenda items.  More information will be forthcoming on these meetings as the State of Indiana considers emergency open door policy adjustments.

If community spread becomes an issue (per the Kosciusko County Department of Health), these measures will be reevaluated immediately. 

All residents are strongly encouraged to sign up for City of Warsaw notifications at  Residents may choose categories and notification methods that they prefer.

For questions or to conduct business with the City of Warsaw by phone, please call (574) 385-2222 and select the department that you wish to reach.

The health and safety of our residents and employees are our top priority, and we appreciate understanding and patience at this time.

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