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     Welcome to Middlebury, Indiana


Middlebury is "Grown from Tradition".  Middlebury is rich in history.  We have Amish families farming the rich farm land to modern RV's and manufactured homes rolling down State Road 13.

We have one of the best school systems in the state, with three (3) of our schools earning a 4-Star status.  Many churches will welcome you to town, and our shopping district will provide you with all the amenities you might need without driving to a surrounding city.

If you enjoy biking, walking or running, you will find the top rated trail in Indiana here in Middlebury.  The Rails to Trails Conservancy says "the Pumpkinvine Nature Trail steals the show in Indiana.  If you want to experience genuine Midwestern Americana, this is it.  Pastoral scenes of Amish life and fields of gold line the path. A must-visit trail!"
 

We hope you enjoy Middlebury and welcome to our Town!    

           Community Notices

 
Proposed Parking Ordinance:   Parking Ordinance draft 


No parking sign

INDOT to hold public hearing for U.S. 20 improvements

 

ELKHART COUNTY, IN – The Indiana Department of Transportation will hold a public hearing on April 21, 2021 for proposed improvements of U.S. 20 between C.R. 35 and S.R. 13 in Middlebury.

 

What: Public hearing

 

When: Wednesday, April 21 from 5 to 7:30 p.m.; presentation at 6 p.m.

 

Where: Northridge High School, 56779 Northridge Drive, Middlebury, IN 46540

 

The public hearing will follow Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) guidance for health and safety protocols. Project team members will wear face masks and/or coverings and attendees are encouraged to do so. Attendees may make a public comment at the hearing, provide verbal comments to a court reporter, or may return or mail a comment form available at the public hearing and online.


      

Bristol Avenue will be closed from Main Street to Railroad Street for construction until mid-June.  Also closed is the intersection of Warren, Wayne and Brown Streets.  

The Park Department will celebrate the 40th year of Riverbend Park during Riverfest on August 28th.  They are reaching out to the community and individuals to share remembrances such as photographs, written memories, newspaper clippings or anything you feel appropriate to build our history file on Riverbend Park.  These memories could be used in an InMiddlebury article as well as a memento display at Riverfest.  

Arbor Day Tree planting is Saturday, April 24th at 9:00 AM.  If you are willing to help, contact Tom Enright at parks@middleburyin.com to volunteer.  Thanks for your help.  

Here is a nice article about our Trails     
https://travelingtanya.com/middlebury-with-my-mom/?