LEAF PICKUP, Monday, 10/18 (put leaves out ONLY through this Sunday, as hydrant flushing will take place later in week and we do not want leaves interfering while flushing)
BRUSH PICKUP, Tues, 10/19
HYDRANT FLUSHING, starts on 10/20 on the south end of town, working northward over Wed-Thurs.
The City crew will resume leaf pickup and finish up hydrant flushing the following week.
CITY COUNCIL VACANCY
CITY COUNCIL has a vacancy for a term to expire 11/30/2022. Applications are being accepted and are due on Wednesday, November 3, 2021. Review and interviews will take place at the November 8 , 2021 Council Meeting with a final decision to be made at the November 22 meeting. Council meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month at 7 pm unless otherwise noted.
Per City Charter, applicants must be an elector/resident of the City for a period of not less than two years. Click this link for a fillable copy of the application - http://williamston-mi.us/Portals/47/boards%20%20commissions%20application%20formNa.pdf?ver=KHsLzFAvDu8aHg168juO_g%3d%3d.
►By mail: Holly Thompson, City Clerk, Williamston City Hall, 161 E. Grand River Avenue, Williamston, MI 48895
►By email - firstname.lastname@example.org
►In person or in locked drop box at City Hall
Questions, please contact City Hall at 517-655-2774.
CITY MANAGER POSITION OPENING:
Position: City Manager, City of Williamston
Closing Date: November 1, 2021
To Apply: Provide cover letter, resume, five employment references, and copies of any licenses/certifications to City Clerk, 161 E. Grand River Ave., Williamston, MI 48895, or by e-mail to email@example.com.
Description: The City of Williamston, located in northeast Ingham County, is seeking a professional City Manager to serve as chief administrative officer. Requires minimum 5 years of experience in municipal operations and 3 years of supervisory experience as manager/assistant manager or department head. Plans, organizes, and directs all municipal operations, budget and finance, economic development, planning/zoning, project management, infrastructure planning, capital improvements, evaluation and improvement of services, labor negotiations, boards and committees including DDA and TIFA, intergovernmental and community relations. The City operates under a Council/Manager form of government. The City has 23 full-time and 3 part-time employees along with contracted service providers. Bachelor’s degree in business administration, public administration, or related field is required, Masters is preferred. CLICK HERE for more information.
•LIMB AND BRANCH PICKUP - Click here for more information
The public restroom at McCormick Park is open to the public. Following guidelines from the Center for Disease Control, users of the public restrooms are encouraged to practice social distance by maintaining six feet between individuals in all areas of the park, including the public restrooms. Users are also encouraged to wash hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Restrooms are checked for supplies and cleanliness each morning by City staff.
Click here for the City Clerk's page and election information, including an absent voter fillable form.
Click here for the Treasurer's page.
DIAL 2-1-1 FOR HELP
Were you aware that 2-1-1 is a free and confidential service that helps people across North America find the local resources they need? They are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You may also visit the website at www.211.org. The range of services includes help with crisis and emergency, disaster assistance, food, health, housing and utilities, jobs and support, reentry, veterans and human trafficking. All calls are private and confidential.
•CITY STAFF PHOTO (12/19)