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Township News

2021 Summer Tax Bills

Summer Tax Bills

Reminder: Summer tax bills were mailed out July 1st and are due September 14th. 

CD Repairs to Culvert

Road Commission repairs culvert on CD Ave

Tuesday, July 27th  CD Avenue closed for repairs 

M-343/G Ave, Roundabout Project


  • 14 July 2021
  • Author: Amber Boucher
  • Number of views: 346


- M-343 has been shifted to stage 3. M-343 is using roundabout only.


Work Remaining:

- 27th Street Alignment

- Subbase and Agg base

- Paving

- Ditches

- G Avenue Alignment

- Ponds

-Watermain Relocation

- Subbase and Agg Base

- Paving / Curb

- Ditches

-M-343 Alignment

- Subbase and Agg base

- Paving / Curb

- Structures

-Light Fixtures

-Light Poles


Miscellaneous Item / Issues / Concerns:

-Light Poles are expected to be in August 20

-Light Fixtures expected to be in sometime in October/November


Consumers Energy Line Clearing Forestry Project

Yorkville and HIghland Park

  • 7 July 2021
  • Author: Amber Boucher
  • Number of views: 201

Consumers Energy  will be conducting a line clearing project in our area.  They will be trimming brush and trees  in the area indicated on the map, on the west side of Gull Lake.

Water and Trees Over the Roadway

Road Commission of Kalamazoo County

  • 29 June 2021
  • Author: Amber Boucher
  • Number of views: 216

 KALAMAZOO, MI – When a large amount of rainfall occurs it affects road conditions as well as potentially delaying construction projects. The Road Commission of Kalamazoo County (RCKC) team has been working around the clock throughout the duration of recent storms.

Water over the Road/Storm Drainage: It is common to find standing water in the roadway with large amounts of rainfall. Please do not drive into high water. If possible, turn around. Storm drains are often unable to manage the quantity of rain that falls during heavy rains and/or storms. In some areas this may only be for a brief time, in other areas pending weather may take a few days. A blocked storm drain is a common cause of street and/or yard flooding. If you have a catch basin in front of, or near, your home, please make sure the opening remains free of leaves, sticks, rocks and/or other debris.

Washout: It is also common to find road shoulder washout areas with large amounts of rainfall. Shoulder areas are eroded by water, especially as it flows to the natural low areas.

Trees: During rain, windy conditions, and with leaves, trees/branches become heavy, and their strength compromised. Trees may impact the traveled portion of roadways. Also, please be aware of sagging or broken wires in trees as it can still be "live" with a deadly amount of electricity. In these cases, RCKC must wait for utility company assistance. When possible, RCKC teams have moved fallen trees outside of the road right-of-way to the adjacent property, clearing the traveled portion of our roads for the safety of the public.

The relocated trees from the roadway will be left for the property owner’s use and/or disposal, except in those instances where RCKC holds title to the entire road right-of- way (typically in platted/subdivision areas). A pink flag will be left near the relocated tree informing property owners to contact the RCKC within fifteen (15) days for tree removal options. The property owner may submit a service request that the fallen tree moved by the RCKC, county, municipal or township police, fire, emergency or public utility personnel be cut and stacked adjacent to the public right-of-way, or may request that it be removed. The RCKC will return to address the relocated tree as prioritized within other RCKC operations. Please remember trees/brush that was not relocated by emergency personnel, are the property owner’s responsibilities. 




Michigan Department of Transportation

Five year transportation plan

  • 13 February 2020
  • Author: Amber Boucher
  • Number of views: 2280

The Michigan Department of Transportation released its latest five-year transportation plan on Thursday, outlining which projects are now on tap after the State Transportation Commission authorized an additional $3.5 billion in bonding to do more projects at Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's direction.


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