Recovery (COVID-19) Revolving Loan Fund
The City of South Bend wants to help your business recover and sustain. The South Bend Revolving Loan Fund II (Recovery RLF) is your solution for obtaining working capital, purchasing equipment and machinery, and acquiring real estate. If your business has been impacted by COVID-19 and it is recovering now – and traditional funding is not available – the Recovery RLF can help. Learn more.
Curb & Sidewalk Reimbursement Program
The Department of Public Works offers a reimbursement program for curb, and sidewalk replacement projects on residential properties within city limits. Property owners who replace existing curb and sidewalk on their property are eligible for partial reimbursement of the construction costs. Learn more.
2021 Lamppost Lighting Program
The City of South Bend’s Lamppost Lighting Program assists homeowners with lighting enhancements in their neighborhoods. Learn more
Weekly COVID-19 Updates
- July 31, 2020, presentation
- July 17, 2020, presentation
- July 2, 2020, presentation
- June 19, 2020, presentation
- June 5, 2020, presentation
- May 29, 2020, presentation
- May 22, 2020, presentation
- May 15, 2020, presentation
- May 8, 2020, presentation
- May 1, 2020, presentation
- April 24, 2020, presentation
- April 17, 2020, presentation
- April 9, 2020, presentation
- April 3, 2020
Meet South Bend Mayor James Mueller
Mayor Mueller is the chief executive of the City of South Bend. The city’s thirty-third mayor, he was sworn into office on January 1, 2020. As mayor, Mueller is responsible for the city workforce of over 1,000 employees and an annual budget over $380 million.
The Common Council is authorized by Indiana state law to act on two (2) types of legislation, namely: resolutions & ordinances. The Common Council meets on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month.
Dawn M. Jones was sworn in as City Clerk on August 15, 2019. She is a community activist and is recognized for her contribution to the South Bend Community for the past twenty-five years serving in various capacities including working seven years for United States Congressman, Tim Roemer.
The City has announced new recommended Trick-Or-Treat times this year for 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 31 and… https://t.co/C9EgFhnScG
⚠️ TRAFFIC ALERT ⚠️ Starting Monday, October 19, Elwood Avenue from Wilbur Street to Portage Avenue will be close… https://t.co/osAfNWuX1o
Getting a flu vaccine is more important than ever during 2020-2021 to protect our community from flu.… https://t.co/IHlMNBrWfq