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Welcome

Our goal is to provide information about our community for residents and visitors to learn about who we are and what we can provide. This will be an ongoing project with updates and additions as we go along, so check back often! 

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BOARD VACANCIES

Construction Bd of Appeals

2 vacancies

DDA 

2 vacancies

EDC/TIFA

1 vacancy

Planning Commission

1 vacancy

Zoning Bd of Appeals

1 vacancy





Board and Commission applications can be picked up at City Hall, 161 E. Grand River Ave., Williamston, or are available in the “permits and forms” section on the website.




HYDRANT FLUSHING
There will be hydrant flushing throughout the City from April 25-April 29, 2016.  Hydrant flushing will be done during the day.  Please be sure your water is running clear before you do laundry (especially light colors or white). Hydrant flushing is done to ensure the water system is functioning properly and can handle fighting a fire.

WOODEN PLAY STRUCTURE IN MCCORMICK PARK
The wooden play structure in McCormick Park is officially OPEN!  Thanks to all the volunteers!


SEWER CLEANING AND INSPECTION PROGRAM
The City of Williamston received a SAW Grant from the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ). A large portion of the project includes cleaning and televising the City’s sanitary and storm sewer systems.  Terra Contracting, Inc. of Kalamazoo, Michigan won the bid for the cleaning and televising contract.  The televising information is used to provide condition assessments and a plan for future necessary repairs. Click here for the flyer which provides further information on the project and what to expect in your neighborhood.  

BRUSH COLLECTION SERVICE
Limbs and branches will be picked up the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays April through November.  Please place pile neatly at the curb with the cut end toward the direction of traffic.  Branches may be set out no earlier than 8:00 a.m. on Saturday and no later than 8:00 a.m. on Tuesday.  This will eliminate branches lying out at the curb during the week.  Large branches and limbs only, not to exceed 8 inches in diameter.  Please leave branches long, do not cut them up.  No small branches or sticks - this endangers employees when they load the chipper.  Also, no branches with dirt, stones, or metal in them as these will destroy the chipper.  Roots and stumps must be removed, we do not chip or pick up these items.