Village Resident Information:
- If you have delinquent utility bills prior to December 31, 2020 or any delinquent permits, invoices or code enforcement balances, they will be placed on the 2021 tax bill as of June 2021. Village 2021 tax bills will be out July 1.
- Look for meeting and event information on the Village Hall doors or on the website we are trying to inform as many people as we can on a regular basis. The website is not complete yet, but we are posting notices on the homepage. Make sure you look at mail you receive from the Village Office as well.
- Hydrant Flushing will begin in mid – May: Look for dates in the May newsletter.
- With warm weather here please be courteous to your neighbors and do not allow your dogs to be a barking nuisance in your neighborhood or let them run loose.
- Don’t forget to get your bike registered with the Ingham County Sheriff’s Office Webberville Division. Ask a Deputy or stop by the Village Office.
- Please review Chapter §130.05 of the Village Code of Ordinances to make sure your kids are in compliance with the curfew ordinance.
NOTICE: We get many complaints about dog owners letting their dogs use peoples yards as bathrooms and leaving the feces in their yards. PLEASE be a responsible pet owner and clean up after your pet. Carry a bag and take the waste home with you and dispose of it properly.
To file complaints please fill out the complaint form. you can turn this form into the Village office or email it to Jaymee at email@example.com
Frequently asked about ordinances:
- Chapter 71 of the Village Code of Ordinances prohibits the use of skateboards, bicycles, roller blades, etc. on any public sidewalk on Main St. between cherry St. and chestnut St. on the East side and between Cherry St. and the Municipal Parking lot on the West side. Also use on Grand River Ave. between Clark St. and S. Howard St and in any municipal parking lot is prohibited.
- §50.07 RECREATIONAL BURNING. (A) It shall be unlawful for any person, firm, partnership, lessee, or occupant to burn any garbage, including treated wood or other waste material, within the village. Material that is acceptable to burn in a recreational fire shall be limited to clean, clear, unpainted, unfinished, and untreated wood and wood products excluding particle board and similar products, split firewood, tree limbs, and charcoal. No accelerant such as gasoline and kerosene may be used except charcoal lighter fluid. (B) Recreational fires shall be permitted. A recreational fire shall be an outdoor fire and located in a fire pit, outdoor grill, and/or container commercially constructed for use as a fire pit and/or burner that is designed to adequately contain ashes and cinders. The fire shall be limited to a container no larger than 36 inches in diameter, and must be done no closer than ten feet to property lines or 15 feet from any building or structure. Burning should be confined to the rear yard unless conditions exist that it is not possible. No burning may be conducted in the front yard. Flames may not exceed 18 inches in height. (C) Any recreational fire shall be constantly attended by a person at least 16 years of age, who is fully physically and mentally capable of extinguishing the fire. (Ord. 191, passed 6-19-2006) Penalty, see § 10.99
- Junk/Junk Cars Ordinance No. 93.01-93.11 JUNK. Includes, without limitation, parts of machinery or motor vehicles, unused furniture, stoves, refrigerators, or other appliances, remnants of wood, metal, or any other castoff material of any kind, whether or not the same could be put to any reasonable use. JUNK AUTOMOBILES. Includes, without limitation, any motor vehicle which is not licensed for use upon the highways of the state for a period in excess of ten days, and shall also include, whether licensed or not, any motor vehicle which is inoperative for any reason for a period in excess of ten days; provided, that there is excepted from this definition unlicensed, but operative, vehicles which are kept as the stock and trade of a regularly licensed and established new or used automobile dealer. PERSON. Includes all-natural persons, firms, co-partnerships, corporations, and all associations of natural persons, incorporated or unincorporated, whether acting by themselves, or by a servant, agent, or employee. All persons who violate any of the provisions of this chapter, whether as an owner, occupant, lessee, agent, servant, or employee, shall, except as herein otherwise provided, be equally liable as principals.
The Village Office is getting a lot of complaint regarding junk/junk cars. Please look up the ordinance to see if you are in compliance.