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St. Joseph County Burn Amnesty
November 30, 2015 - December 6, 2015

Residents may only burn leaves this Fall during amnesty week. Residents who burn leaves outside of the ban amnesty may be cited by County Police.

Indiana Bicentennial-Celebrating 200 Years

Indiana’s 2016 Bicentennial celebration aims to honor our state’s 200 years of history, and to do so in a modern way that engages in all 6.5 million Hoosiers and leaves a lasting legacy for future generations.

St. Joseph County is now accepting nominations for Torchbearer representatives for the Indiana Bicentennial Torch Relay.  The torch relay will pass through all 92 counties in 5 weeks and be carried by approximately 1,800 torchbearers throughout the state.  These nominations must be for those Hoosiers who demonstrate exceptional public service, achievement, acts of heroism and volunteer service to their neighborhood, community, region or state.  St. Joseph County is seeking 26 torchbearer positions.  The deadline for the torchbearer nomination application is December 31, 2015.  Vote now for your torchbearer for St. Joseph County!

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NEW! St. Joseph County Quick Access Maps

GIS information provided by St. Joseph County for browsing active building permits, city and town boundaries, township boundaries, county commissioner and council districts, ditch and tile maps, flood map boundaries, libraries, police precints and more.

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Indiana Travel Advisory Website

The Indiana Travel Advisory Website link above shows the level of travel advisory the state/counties has issued. For more information please click the link above.

2015 Municipal General Election Results

The St. Joseph County Commissioners welcome you…and hope that this website provides you with the online information and tools you are seeking!

Established in 1830, St. Joseph County, Indiana has become the fourth largest county in the state of Indiana. The county spans 467 square miles, which includes a comfortable mix of rural cultural heritage and urban amenities. St. Joseph County is also the regional center for higher education. The County is home to more than eight colleges and universities including but not limited to Notre Dame University, Indiana University, Purdue Ext., Bethel University and St. Mary’s College.

St. Joseph County provides convenient living, with easy regional access to its parks, bike and pedestrian walkways, regional beaches, lakes and many cultural activities. St. Joseph County has been a leader in industrial and manufacturing business opportunities, technology development, which combine to offer excellent opportunities to its St. Joseph County residents and new comers alike.

We invite you to take time to learn more about St. Joseph County government, we hope that this website will assist you in finding the necessary tools to accommodate your needs and interests. St. Joseph County is continuing to expand its menu and to add topics of interest to its viewers.

Click any of the links listed to the left, which include links to government, as well as to economic development, employment opportunities, maps, news and related links. And, welcome to St. Joseph County , Indiana!


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