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Goshen Community Building, located at 244 Clark Street and featuring an outdoor gazebo, is used for various community activities, including Goshen Community Day, and as a meeting place for various civic clubs.  It is available for rent by residents of Goshen, and anyone interested may contact City Hall. Washington County Lester C. Howick Animal Shelter, through an inter-local agreement, provides sheltering services for lost or stray pets found in Goshen.  If you have lost a pet or are interested in adopting, visit their web site at The City of Goshen encourages you to spay or neuter your animals, and for more information, visit or Goshen Riding Club meets the second Tuesday of the month 7:00 p.m.  Anyone interested may connect on their Face Book page.  Join Goshen Riding Club on Facebook. Goshen Extension Homemakers Club meets at 1:00 p.m. the second Wednesday of the month at the Community Building.  Anyone interested is invited to attend. Goshen Cemetery is located on Bowen Boulevard adjacent to the Goshen United Methodist Church.  Also, the city's polling location is now at the Goshen Methodist Church on Hwy 45.

Goshen Volunteer Fire Association

Fire Chief: 479-444-9912 (office)

Goshen Fire Department Website

Visit the Goshen Volunteer Fire Association on Facebook

Known Trash Providers in our area - The city does NOT contract with anyone.

Phillips Trash Service:   (479) 789-5690

4 D Sanitation:               (479) 738-2793

Waterford Residents:    contact POA for information

Public Utilities Providers for the Goshen Area



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Goshen Community Day

Held in October of each year at Goshen Community Building, Goshen Community Day provides an opportunity for neighbors and friends to come together and get better acquainted, to meet city leaders, and to enjoy a fall evening listening to live music from local musicians under the outdoor gazebo.  This family fun event includes activities for children.  A meal is provided in the Community Building by Goshen Volunteer Fire Department as a fund-raiser for the department.  (Check city calendar of events for specific dates or contact us for additional information.)

Polo in the Ozarks

Polo in the Ozarks is an annual event benefiting Lifestyles, Inc. and is held in September at the Buell Farm. With almost 2,000 attendees, it features a polo match, children's activities, tailgate parties, a silent auction, and dinner and dancing under the stars. Visit for dates and ticket information.

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