- Town Council Members
- Council Agenda and Minutes
- Office of the Town Clerk
- Town Ordinances
- Committee Members and Meeting Dates
- Long Beach Police
- Long Beach Volunteer Fire Department
- Water Department
- Contractor Registration and Construction/Demolition Applications
- Building Commission
- Street Commission
- Police Commission
- Advisory Plan Commission
- Parks and Recreation
- Town Beautification Committee
- Land Conservation Committee
- Board of Zoning Appeals
- Budget and Finance Committee
- Laporte County Visitors Bureau
Welcome to Long Beach
Set along the shores of Lake Michigan in a unique setting, Long Beach boasts its small town charm and access to the lake. Long Beach was originally established in the 1920's when it was predominately a summer getaway. With close proximity to Chicago, Michigan's Harbor Country and all that Indiana has to offer, Long Beach is a great community to raise a family, enjoy the seasons or just visit. Welcome.
CLERK-TREASURER HOURS: M-F, 8:30a-3p (Excluding Holidays)
LONG BEACH TOWN NEWS LETTER
If you wish to receive an e:mail copy of the LONG BEACH TOWN NEWS when published please forward your email to email@example.com.
RE-CYCLING DATES AND INFO.
Recycling service is managed and provided by LaPorte County Solid Waste. If they miss a pick-up, or for any recycling issues, please call them at 1-800-483-7700 to resolve the issue. 2016 Recycling Dates.pdf
Keep Your Water Bill Info Current
All Water Customers who are on Auto Pay Please make sure we have correct Billing Address and Phone Number. A Customer List is provided to the Police Department for after hours Emergencies. If you have moved or changed your phone number, please call or send new information updates to the Water Department (located in Town Hall).
2016 Comprehensive Plan Update - July 18
On Monday, July 18 at 7 p.m. CST in the Community Center Gym, McKenna & Associates (www.mcka.com) will be presenting and summarizing their findings as a result of their recent workshops and community survey - which received responses from more than 450 households. There will be a period of comments and questions by the public after the presentation.
Please plan to attend to share your thoughts on the summary and plan as we move forward to a new Town Comprehensive Plan to be completed by September. Current results have been posted in the Comprehensive Plan section of this site.
Again, we encourage continued public participation.
Long Beach Historical Society Meeting - July 25
The Long Beach Historical Society will be holding their meeting on July 25, at 6 pm CST, in the gym of the LB Community Center. LaPorte County Historian, Fern Eddy Schultz, will be the featured speaker. She will speak a little about the law breakers and their connections to Long Beach, and also how the Society's role is to present facts not fiction. Hope to see everyone there.
2016 Summer Camp Registration
Long Beach Summer Camp will be held at the Long Beach Community Center starting June 20 and finishing August 5, Mon-Fri, 9-11:30 a.m. CST. Children ages 3-11 can participate in summer camp for the entire program or on a weekly basis. Both residents and non-residents are welcome. Applications are below:
For more information call 219-873-3773 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Groundwater Contamination Issue Update: June 8
On Wednesday, June 8 at 6 p.m. CST in the Long Beach Community Center Gym, a special meeting of the Town Council was held to share with the community the latest updates regarding the monitoring of the molybdenum contamination of ground water spreading north from the Criterion Catalyst plant through the far western end of Long Beach and Beachwalk. Representatives of Cytec (the company that owns the property surrounding the plant and responsible for the monitoring), Jerry O'Callaghan from the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) and Michael Kuss from the Michigan City Sanitary District were present.
SHORT TERM HOUSE RENTALS ARE PROHIBITED
As a reminder, house rentals in Long Beach for less than 30 days is prohibited by ordinance . Fines and penalties will, and have been, assessed.
Consumer fireworks are only allowed to be discharged on private property. No fireworks in any of the Town’s parks or on the beach. They may only be used from 5 p.m. and two hours after sunset on June 29, June 30, July 1, July 2, July 3, July 5, July 6, July 7, July 8 and July 9; between 10 a.m. and midnight on July 4; and between 10 a.m. on December 31 and 1 a.m. on January 1. There is a $100 fine for each offense. Please be respectful to neighbors and be safe!
If you have an idea for improvement or want to see something specific posted, email email@example.com
NOTE--It is not necessary to login to browse.
Email and forums are not active. If you have tried to create an account and have not yet received confirmation, that is why