City of Warsaw Spanish Line
The Spanish line's goal is to allow effective communication between Warsaw City departments and Spanish-speaking community members.
This initiative is a response from the City of Warsaw study that the local organization; Language Matters, performed during the first quarter of this 2022.
The study consisted of a deep analysis of the different needs represented by diverse sectors of our Hispanic community and also those of the City departments in order to create a plan of action to improve communication and make City services more accessible.
When will it be available?
The Spanish Line will be available beginning November 1st 2022.
What are the hours?
The Spanish Line will be available Mondays through Fridays from 10 AM to 12 PM (noon) and 2 PM to 4 PM.
*Except for Holidays
Is it free?
The Spanish Line is a free service provided by the City of Warsaw in partnership with Language Matters
What can I use the Spanish Line for?
We are able to interpret and help you through transactions with any of the following departments:
The Oakwood Cemetery
Building and planning department
The Human Resources department
Parks and Recreation department
How can I connect with the Spanish Line?
To contact the Spanish Line please call (260) 222-5131 or call the department you wish to speak to directly and they will connect us with you.
Additionally, you can send text messages to the same number.
What information do I have to provide to use this service?
Non. Just call us or send us a text message should you need help contacting any of the listed departments. We are here to serve you.