WINONA LAKE — Two towns – Winona Lake and Silver Lake – have closed their doors after Gov. Holcomb announced a state-wide stay-at-home mandate.
In Winona Lake, officials issued a simple statement, saying town offices will remain closed to the public until further notice due to the Governor’s Statewide Stay-At-Home Order due to Coronavirus.
Winona Lake offices will operate with a limited Staff for all Structured Essential Services by Telephone 267-7581, the Town Website winonalake.net and the Streetside Dropbox.
Silver Lake announced the town office is closed to the public, effective immediately until further notice. The town of Silver Lake will not be accepting in-person utility payments.
The clerk-treasurer’s office will be available by phone and will be operating from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. The town is encouraging all utility customers to pay in the following manner:
- Utility dropbox for payments by check or money order.
- Online at paygov.us, select Indiana and town of Silver Lake.
- Debit/credit card by phone.
Customers are discouraged from using the dropbox for cash payments. If customers choose to do so, any overage will be credited to their account.
Residents can contact the clerk-treasurer’s office at (260)-352-2120 for questions and assistance.