NEWS & HIGHLIGHTS
•PARKS AND RECREATION MASTER PLAN
Please take notice that the City of Williamston City Council will hold a public hearing on Monday, January 28, 2019, 7:00 p.m., at City Hall, 161 E. Grand River Avenue, Williamston, MI, to hear comments on the 2019-2023 Parks and Recreation Master Plan. The plan sets the direction for the next five years in the acquisition, development, renovation, and provision of recreation opportunities. Click here to view the plan or stop in at City Hall. All interested parties may submit comments in person or in writing to the City of Williamston, 161 E. Grand River Avenue, Williamston, Michigan 48895. If you have questions, please call 517-655-2774 for more information.
•STREET CONSTRUCTION PROJECT - E MIDDLE/S MULLETT
Anticipated Start Date: Beginning May 2019
Anticipated Completion Date July 29, 2019 (Open to traffic)
A public open house will be held on Monday, January 21, 2019, from 4:30-6:30 pm to answer questions and examine project plans. This open house is at Williamston City Hall, 161 E. Grand River Ave., Williamston. For more information on the construction project, contact Scott DeVries at 517.655.2221. Click here for more information.
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•ICE AND SNOW REMOVAL
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It is the responsibility of the property owner to remove any ice and snow from the entire length of the sidewalk on their property whether the property is unoccupied or if there is a building or structure on it. Sidewalks need to be cleared within 24 hours of cessation of snowfall if less than 4" or within 48 hours if greater than 4". Sidewalks not cleared may be cleaned by the City and the property owner will be invoiced.
•NO PARKING ON ANY CITY STREET BETWEEN 2am-5am FROM OCTOBER 1 - MARCH 31
The Williamston Police Department will be enforcing this ordinance. This ordinance is in effect even if there is no snow on the ground. Per City Ordinance - Sec. 66-145.
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