CITY OF LAKE STATION,
INDIANA
Mayor's Office

1969 Central Avenue
Lake Station, IN
46405

Telephone 219.962.2081
Facsimile 219.963.0702
Web: www.lakestation-in.gov
Email: info@lakestation-in.gov


 

 


 

NEW & IMPROVED

The Lake Station Chamber of Commerce has updated their website.  Please view their new site at:
http://www.lakestationchamber.org

 

NOTICE OF TIME CHANGE FOR COMMON COUNCIL MEETINGS
Effective January 17, 2013

1st and 3rd
Thursday of the Month
7:00 p.m.

Council Meeting
1st and 3rd
Thursday of the Month
6:00 p.m.
 

COMMON COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING
"WORK SESSION"

The Common Council will hold special meetings for WORK SESSIONS the 3rd Thursday of each month, in lieu of the regular Council Meetings.  The new schedule starts
July 18, 2013 at 7:00 p.m.

 


 

Open Thursday 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Location: 275 E. 29th Avenue
Senior Center (in Columbus Park)

Must have photo ID and correct address

2 proof of address
(Water/Nipsco bill, Cell/Phone bill
or Rent/Mortgage docs)

Any questions, please contact the
Mayor's office at (219) 962-2081

 

City Schools

Lake Station
Chamber of Commerce

Lake Station
Organization Contacts

Lake Station
Park Events

 

 

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The City of Lake Station, Indiana

Locally known as the crossroads of America due to the easy access to Interstate 80/94, the Indiana Toll Road and Lake Michigan, Lake Station is a residential community with a population of approximately 14,000 people.  The city is focusing on its positives and building the future.  We are making the kinds of infrastructure and revitalization investments that will help future development.  Water and sewer line upgrades are in the works and many road projects are coming to fruition.  New residential housing located on Old Hobart Road has begun with Phase I which will include lots 73 to 146.  The development will provide housing for residents and newcomers.
 

Message from the Mayor's Office


URGENT NEWS!!  


February 1, 2014

Although the Spring season will soon be upon us, the forecasts for additional snow in our region is eminent.  As such, we would like to urge all residents to please keep your cars off the side of the road until snow storm and cleanup is over.  We are asking for your cooperation so that the City plows can keep the roads clean and, more importantly, not bury your vehicles in the snow.

 Keep safe and warm!

 Sincerely,

Mayor Keith Soderquist

Honorable Mayor, Keith Soderquist
Lake Station, Indiana