A great opportunity for entrepreneurs, property owners & real estate agents
Have you ever considered opening your own storefront? Are your talents and entrepreneurship enough? Do you own or are an agent for downtown property and would like to know more about downtown incentives? Do you own a business downtown but need some help finding your way to success?
Find out what is available to you and in Downtown La Porte at its first Small Business Summit! This free event will educate you on the codes and standards in Downtown La Porte, financing options for small business and new incentives for entrepreneurs and property owners and finally tours of some of downtown's most unique properties.
GNIAR YPN Volunteer Day: Rebuilding Together
Skilled & unskilled volunteers welcome from throughout the community. Rebuilding Together Valparaiso averages 500+ volunteers each year. Since 2010, they’ve worked on nearly 80 local homes & two parks.
The organization is the largest volunteer home rehabilitation organization in the United States with affiliates in 865 cities & towns in all 50 states. Rebuilding Together has rehabilitated over 63,000 houses & nonprofit facilities across the United States with more than 1.8 million volunteers donating over 20 million hours to help rehab & revitalize the homes of those less fortunate.
Repair work includes roofs, gutter replacement, chimney repair or replacement, bathroom remodeling, plumbing, electrical work, floor repair or replacement, window & door repair or replacement, landscaping, & yard work.
Play Home Tour Bingo for a chance to win a $500 Visa Gift Card
Pick up your Home Tour Bingo card at any of the 25 houses or print it by clicking here. Have your card stamped at 5 houses to enter.
Sponsored by the Home Builders Association of Northwest Indiana
LaPorte Co. Septic Inspection Meeting
Thu. 13 Oct, 2016 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
A town hall meeting will be held at Portofino's (lower level) 3233 IN-39 in LaPorte on October 13 at 6 pm to discuss the recently implemented septic inspection ordinance from the health department and the subsequent issues affecting the real estate transaction and consumers.