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2016 Summer Taxes

2016 Taxes Due
City of Algonac Residents please click on the links below
For information on 2016 City of Algonac Summer Taxes
As well as the opportunity for deferment of taxes

Summer Taxes Due Notice

2016 Summer Tax Deferment Form

Attention Algonac Voters

Last Day to Register for the November 8, 2016 Election is October 11, 2016
VOTER REGISTRATION APPLICATION

Perm. Absentee Voter List Request Form
Click Here

Holiday Hours

PLEASE SEE ATTACHMENT FOR ALL REGULARLY SCHEDULED MEETING DATES FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 2016-2017 CITY COUNCIL AND PLANNING COMMISSION.

MEETING DATES CITY COUNCIL AND PLANNING COMMISSION

2015 Water Quality Report
Location

Located in Southeast Michigan at the Southern end of  St. Clair County (www.stclaircounty.org) the City of Algonac sits on the beautiful St. Clair River.   In the most recent census, the population was 4,110 people.  It is a truly wonderful place to visit and live.

Welcome


ATTENTION CITY OF ALGONAC RESIDENTS



The City of Algonac will be hosting
A REMEMBERANCE SERVICE

On Sunday, September 11, 2016
At 08:30 a.m.
The service will be held at the Emergency Responders Monument
Algonac City (Riverfront) Park

ALL ARE WELCOME AND ENCOURAGED TO JOIN US!


FIREWORKS!

City of Algonac residents, before purchasing fireworks please review the following information for regulations in the City of Algonac on them.

Click here for more information

For Information on Chinese Lanterns please Click below

Chinese Lanterns


REGULAR MEETING

  ALGONAC CITY COUNCIL

A regular meeting of the Algonac City Council will be held on Tuesday, August 16, 2016 at 7:00 pm 
in City Council chambers; 805 St. Clair River Drive, Algonac, MI 48001.

AGENDA 8/16/16 MEETING


SUMMER’S COMING!!!
Please see the link below for the 2016
Schedule for the Algonac Swimming Pool!
(schedule)

MUSIC IN THE PARK IS COMING TOO!
Please see the Parks & Recreation Page for more information


YARD WASTE COLLECTION

Beginning the first Thursday following the first Friday in April ( April 7th, 2016) thru the last Thursday in November (November 24th, 2016), yard waste can be put by the roadside along with general rubbish for pick up. All yard waste MUST either be in a brown paper bag made for such purposes, or may be placed in a garbage can marked clearly with a large X. This will be picked up by a special truck for yard waste hauling. Should you have any questions, please call 794-5451 or 794-9361 ext. 210.

Our goal is to provide prompt removal of yard waste from your community. To assist us in complying with State and federal requirements, it is important you adhere to the Michigan State legal definition of “yard waste” in disposing of your yard waste materials. “……leaves, grass clippings, garden debris, shrubbery trimmings, brush or tree trimmings less than 2 inches in diameter and less than 4 feet in length”. Items other than those described may not be legally disposed of in specifically designated compost (yard waste) facilities.

Place yard waste in paper yard waste bags, containers (32 gallon or less) clearly marked“Yard Waste”. Full containers may not exceed 50 pounds. Small tree limbs and brush, less than 2 inches in diameter, may be tied securely in bundles not exceeding 4 feet in length or 50 pounds. Please note that Michigan law prohibits mixing solid waste with yard waste for disposal. Do not place yard waste at the curb after the yard waste collection program has ended. It will not be picked up.

Please put yard waste materials at curbside in containers separate from solid waste and recycling.

Thank you for helping us!


Help the effort to save Michigan's Great Lakes

 

  Click Here to sign in to show your support for No Nuclear Waste In The Great Lake Basins.  Together we can keep them great for future generations.


 

PLEASE SEE ATTACHMENT FOR ALL REGULARLY SCHEDULED MEETING DATES FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 2016-2017 CITY COUNCIL AND PLANNING COMMISSION.

MEETING DATES CITY COUNCIL AND PLANNING COMMISSION

 


ATTENTION BOATERS!!!!!
Protect our shoreline
Slow No Wake

Boats under 26 feet within 200 feet of shore;
Board over 26 feet within 600 feet of shore.