LaPorte County News
LaPorte County Veterans Treatment Court
The Veterans Treatment Court is a problem-solving court which uses a team approach to provide veterans in the criminal justice system with intensive treatment and judicial monitoring. The Court team lead by Judge Koethe of Superior Court 3 includes the LaPorte County Prosecutor, a member of the Public Defender's Office, Probation, Local Law Enforcement, the LaPorte County Veteran's Service Officer, a Veteran's Justice Outreach Specialist from the VA, a mental health professional, the Director of the LaPorte County LADS program, LaPorte County Community Corrections and other who will help the veteran obtain specific benefits.
The Court will assist veterans who have returned home from military service who are having difficulty readjusting to civilian life and who have entered the criminal justice system with issues related to their military service.
For more information on the Veterans Treatment Court, visit the Veterans Treatment Court here!
LaPorte County MS4
****New Effective Immediately: Any construction project with an acre or more disturbance must have an approved storm water application prior to a county/city building permit being issued. Visit the MS4 Page here for the application.
LaPorte County Health Department
Visit the LaPorte County Health Department's Food Protection Restaurant Inspection Results here.
View LaPorte County Health Department informational videos here.
LaPorte County has adopted the United States Access Board’s ADA Guidelines (ADAAG)
and Public Right of Way Accessibility Guidelines (PROWAG) as of March 4, 2013. These
standards can be found at the following below.
Public Notice of Executive Session
Public Notice of Executive Session of the LaPorte County Board of Commissioners
Public Notice of Executive Session of the LaPorte County Council
LaPorte County Information
Health & Safety
Discover valuable information and resources that can affect your health and safety.
Recycling and environmental information as well as locations for our County Parks.
Resources for those coping with mental, medical, work related, and other problems.