Focusing on ValpoNEXT initiatives No. 7: Expanding Our Cultural and Recreational Offerings and part of No. 5: Protecting Our Natural Resources, this Community Board convenes a varied group of individuals — from public officials who oversee our parks, to artists who delight our senses and coaches who inspire our youth — to communicate the work they’re doing and the opportunities for citizens to be part of that work. Together, we celebrate the ways we are making Valparaiso a vibrant, healthy, more engaged community.
The Valparaiso Regional Development Commission is currently seeking proposals for a unique TOD RFP.
Please join us for March community board meetings.
ValpoNEXT Coordinator Kathy Sipple speaks with Garner Tullis, Nurturing Our Youth Commuity Board Leader and Executive Director of Our Greater Good.
Our Sense of Place Community Board is looking for citizen engagement to help us build on several ValpoNEXT initiatives.
February community board meetings shown here. All are welcome to join -- an event rsvp is appreciated but not required. Additional details available via Facebook.
Community board meetings are on hiatus throughout the month of December and will resume in January.
Kathy Sipple appointed new ValpoNEXT Coordinator, new website launched.
The Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra, directed by Kirk Muspratt, performs a free concert Wednesday at a packed Central Park Plaza in downtown Valparaiso.
When planning a wedding, it’s important that everything is just right, from the flowers to the venue, and especially the dress. Every bride wants to look their very best when they walk down the aisle, and that is why -- for more than 50 years -- many brides from northwest Indiana and Chicagoland have chosen Catherine’s Bridal Boutique as their ultimate wedding destination to find the perfect dress for their perfect day.
Valparaiso music festival with food and drinks will bring a block party atmosphere to the area of the Memorial Opera House and Porter County Museum.
Since opening the doors of the first restaurant in 1984, Culver’s® has been committed to being an active member in its local community. On August 12th, Culver’s of Valparaiso, will carry on that tradition by donating a portion of their sales to raise funds for Habitat for Humanity. Habitat for Humanity of Porter County is dedicated to making affordable housing in Porter County, Indiana.
The city’s advisory Human Relations Council soon will be taking on a more visible role as it attends local events and makes presentations to various community groups.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources has given the Memorial Opera House a $35,000 federal matching grant to assess the structure with an eye toward future preservation work.
Renovation began in August 2016 on the basketball courts at Tower Park in Valparaiso. A soft opening of the courts is planned for this weekend, with a ribbon cutting in mid-August.
The Valpo Better Block Project represents the initiative theme of Create within the Valparaiso Creative District Plan. The Create...
Valparaiso, by late fall, will have new street lighting in place that will be safer, brighter and more cost effective.
In celebration of our newly created Valparaiso Creative District Plan, Valparaiso will be hosting an event called the Valpo...
Construction equipment sits ready for use along U.S. 30 just west of Industrial drive and east on Indiana 49. U.S. 30 has been reduced to one lane either direction for construction for the summer and into the fall. (James D. Wolf Jr. / Post-Tribune)
Valparaiso-based startup King Tailgates wants to modernize the way people tailgate before football games and other sporting events.
In Valparaiso Wednesday, students and staff of a new elementary school came together to paint a mural for all to enjoy once the school opens.
The City of Valparaiso extends its gratitude to all of the people and organizations that supported the city in...
Tyler Kent, Valparaiso Planning Director, and Jamie Greene, AIA, FAICP, Principal at Planning Next, presented at the American Planning Association’s...
Siblings Andrea and Art Georgion stand on the roof of Rolling Stonebaker pizzeria on Lafayette Street in Valparaiso, where they plan to add rooftop dining this summer.
Earlier this year, the Creative District Plan was honored with a 2016 Hoosier Planning Award by the Indiana American...