Mayor Mark Senter
124 N. Michigan Street
Plymouth, IN 46563
Phone: (574) 936-6717
As Mayor of the City of Plymouth, I want to welcome you to our hometown page. Here in Plymouth, we have the peace of mind of living in a small, thriving community with the benefits of a big city.
The City of Plymouth is located on the banks of the Yellow River in north-central Indiana. Plymouth is the county seat for Marshall County and has a population of over 10,000 residents. Plymouth was incorporated as a city on April 25, 1873. US 30 and US 31, both 4-lane divided highways, intersect near Plymouth.
Plymouth's Greenways Trail opened in 2007 and the monument of Chief Menominee is southwest of town. A new downtown park, River Park Square, will be breaking ground in 2013 on East Garro Street and will be hosting the very popular Farmer's Market every Saturday from May through October. On Labor Day weekend, Plymouth hosts the Marshall County Blueberry Festival, the State of Indiana's largest four-day festival. Approximately 300,000 people visit the Festival every year!
The 1st weekend in June you will find the Yellow River Festival, an old-timey event to reflect what the region was like 140 years ago, in River Park Square. Encore Performance Arts hosts the "Music In The Park" series throughout the summer along with several other entertainment venues during the year. You can also visit the Heartland Artists' Gallery at 103 W. LaPorte Street.
The recently completed Marshall County Community Resource Center fulfills a vision of more than 20 years. The concept is a common building for a variety of social and serving agencies. In a semi-rural county, many social agencies are often part-time with limited staff and budgets. The goal is to provide better facilities, common Areas to share, and make the delivery of social services in the community more effective and more accessible.
The Plymouth TechFarm is located along the US 30 corridor and anchored by the LifePlex Fitness Center. The TechFarm offers developed sites of 2-20 acres to technologically savvy entrepreneurs and advanced manufacturing concerns. Progressive small cities and towns, with high caliber schools, great parks, and first-class health care, stand to benefit from this emerging paradigm. The City of Plymouth will be one of the technology-based job creation trend setters.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns you may have. You can send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the office at (574) 936-6717.
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